Guide to South Indian Food | Fresher & Healthier

I really like South Indian food... having said that, a month of it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, was pushing it a bit. Things I noted in comparison with North Indian: In the South it was noticeably more vegetarian than with meat. The veg wasn't cooked down so much. Instead of mashed up curry sides,

Expats | 22 Ways You Might be Turning Indian

After so much time in India, it seems I am turning Indian, but I'm not the only one. I see many expat friends changing the longer they stay in India. It's the small things I catch myself doing or someone points out to me. It's almost impossible to immerse yourself in a culture for a

goMowgli VIDEO | One Month in Karnataka

As most people who read my blog know, I spent October of last year with goMowgli touring Karnataka. I raved about what a killer time I had in a review I wrote about the tour. While traveling with them I took my GoPro wanting to get more into video. UPDATE: As of 2018, goMowgli is

Guide to LA from a local party girl

Today my bestie for the last 7 years, Alex, is going to tell us everything we need to know about LA. I got to visit her only once but she was the perfect tour guide showing me so much in just four days. This guide is great for first-timers because it has all the hot

20 Best Journey Apps I Can’t Live Without

I am a minimalist when it comes to technology. You know how they say if something goes unworn in your closet for over 6 months, get rid of it? I haven't gotten far enough to master that with clothes, but I am that way with my apps. I only keep apps that I actually use

Tailoring Clothes in India | Khaddi Cotton Tour in Melukote

While in the small town of Melukote, the main attraction should have been the towering old fort, but for me it was the khaddi! I was so excited for this leg of the tour so it's no surprise I walked off with 9 meters of the best cotton in India. The plan was to take

13 Tips on How to Save Money While Journeying

When you are planning a trip abroad or in your own country, each step is important to make sure you save the most amount of money. Once you're on the road it doesn't become a free for all; you still have to manage your expenses so you don't end up going home earlier than you

Ask Me Anything: Meeting Journeyers in India

I sometimes share e-mails under the tag "ask me anything". I get a lot of very similar e-mails which means there are a lot of people out there thinking the same questions. Why not address them to everyone? You can search more like these by clicking that link above. Meeting Journeyers in India "Did you find it