Our quaint Anjuna village is slowly coming back to life lately. We had a crazy bout of torrential downpours recently but I dare say it’s finally done now. The sun has been shining and the sunsets are making a comeback. It’s just quite lovely. I really miss the sunsets in the monsoon season. They don’t … More Anjuna, Goa Tales #24– The sunshine is BACK, I think!
I love running. I do. It clears my head. It makes me feel great. It’s my yoga, my zen time, my reset hour. It even comes with perks such as allowing me to eat dessert guilt free when I feel like it. All in all, me and running, we’re BFF’s. One of the first things … More Anjuna, Goa Tales #23–9 Tips for Running in Goa
It’s that time of year again in Anjuna where the cicadas start their incessant high-pitched buzzing/hissing noise in the trees and it sounds like a symphony of vibrating alarms going off. They’re calling to their lovers. . .or, potential lovers, anyway. . .or, for some of them, maybe just hoping another little cicada chick is … More Anjuna, Goa Tales #22–Vibes before the rains
Hey, hey everyone! March was a busy month. I’m finally back to the jungle grind in Anjuna. It took awhile to decompress from the situation back in America, and I’ve been so busy with life stuff, I’ve hardly been inspired to jot it down for you. I also celebrated a birthday. Yep, another year older. … More Anjuna, Goa Tales #21–Goan Crazy on my birthday
What would you do in the name of love? Would you hire a magical monkey to build a bridge of rocks across the ocean to have your one true love rescued? And where would you get such mystical rocks? Wait, I know. . . I know a place with rocks that pile on top of … More Love in Hampi, India
Happy New Year, family! I don’t know about you but I had almost too much fun over the holidays. . .and saying goodbye to 2016. It was a year full of extremes for me in which I was thrown into the deepest depths of despair only to be hurled back into the heights of whimsy … More Anjuna, Goa Tales #20–New Years Eve with the Faeries
Well, life has been groovin’ along in this little jungle village by the sea. It seems less busy for this time of year compared to last year. All of the local business owners are complaining about money problems. Big problem, it is, they all say. The broken English here often sounds like Yoda-speak. . .haha! … More Anjuna, Goa Tales #19–Blue Tao Mondays and Potluck Tuesdays