Whenever I go to the Blue Mountains, I like to imagine I’m going back in time. From boarding the rickety old tin train at Central station to off-boarding at the center of town, breathing in that cold mountain air.
Alas, their story may not involve tangled up dog leashes or mute mermaids saving strange men from shipwrecks…
2017 has been an amazing year. I knew there would be big changes for me in 2017. I was in the last year of my Working Holiday Visa in Australia. I either had to leave the country or beg a company to keep me around. There had been many changes to visas making it harder […]
In the morning I was awoken by the sun soaking our tent, creating a glowing red tint. I squirmed out of my sleeping bag and stretched my arms across the bed, listening to the sounds of the kookaburras in the distance.
Here are couple of photos taken of the road-trip I just had in Tasmania. It was unbelievable how barren and empty most of the state was. Even while flying in I could see miles of empty fields, forests and lakes, with no sign of human development. Its a real rarity to see something like that these […]
It was one of those surreal moments when you realize you are in a cave, high on hash, smoking with Babas, somewhere in North India.
Tips for traveling Indonesia
One year ago today, just after my 27th birthday, I moved to Sydney, Australia. Right before I left a friend of mine told me about this app called ‘One Second a Day.’ The app, created by TedTalker Cesar Kuriyama, simply prompts you to take one second of footage every day. My friend encouraged me to […]
There is just something about the energy of Byron Bay that disrobes us from the hustle and bustle of the nine to five life and reveals a way of living that operates on a slower, kinder and more peaceful frequency. People walk slower and smile to each other, they get around by hitchhiking. They trust each other.
It’s winter in Beijing and I’m at a crowded bar with loud music. As I take my jacket off, I ask my friends if they want a drink. They nod. I push my way to the front of the bar, squeezing through the crowd and lean my elbows on the counter.