Our detour to Hampi proved to be worth the while. The imposing ruins of a lost kingdom had us captivated from that we got off the bus until we left for Gokarna a week or so later. The detour should only have been a couple of days or so to check out the place but we just didn’t […]Read More Hampi – the ancient monkey kingdom.
Goa was our party getaway. We had not partied properly for a few weeks now. We went to Club Cubana ladies night that was happening the day that we arrived. We had no idea what the Indian party scene looked like at all. When we entered the place after having paid our rickshaw driver a […]Read More Goa – a hippie’s paradise.
On a beach in a far away land I was dancing under a thousand stars shining bright on the night sky the boats at sea were moving gently along with the waves fishing for the daily catch to supply the morning market I dived into the water caught by the same rhythm the water caressing my body as […]Read More Mami Wata – a revamped folktale.
Like a chameleon he was walking through life. I’d always admired him since the first time I met him. He was life defined, the way I wanted to lead my life, independent, humble, knowledgeable, passionate, caring, confident, and I could go on and on. He was also a great story teller. Of course it was […]Read More The Chameleon – a life far beyond.
Mumbai, Mumbai, Mumbai! It was in the afternoon a December day that we touched down in Mumbai. The heat, the people, the smell, the sound all hit us as we came out of the airport. We grabbed a prepaid taxi into the city and the Salvation Army hostel where we were gonna stay. An Indian friend of Sada’s […]Read More Mumbai Flavours
Skype is just brilliant. I had my best mate on a video call trying to find a flight to India. We were desperate to get away. Ever since the decision had been made my body was itching more than ever for the adventure ahead. Flights were expensive and we opted for the cheapest option that we could find which […]Read More Just do it. No regrets.
“The day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom”, and I was off, writing the most extraordinary story. I’ve always had a dream to write a book but I’ve never had a good enough story, and what story is better than […]Read More A Caterpillar’s Longing