Holy moses! I have been a very, very, very bad girl. I haven’t wished you a Happy New Year yet (and it’s March) and I haven’t written about what the heck is going on with me in my tropical wonderland. Tisk, tisk! Between the new hostel being open, visits with out of town friends, and … More Anjuna, Goa Tales #26: Beaches, Friends, and F.U.N.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, I’m a little slack these days. We’ve been full power busy in our little jungle bubble doing all kinds of home projects, art projects, construction projects, and just had visitors from America, UK, Germany, and Australia for the past three weeks. Whew. It’s been a whirlwind for sure. To break up the … More Gokarna: OM Beach and Half Moon Beach
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!
Since “the season” is gearing up around here, I figured it was time for a top ten list. Well, either that or I’m just in an extra good mood because the sun is out again and I have all clean laundry. Winning! Okay, so here’s some of the reasons I thought might swindle your emotions and … More 10 Reasons to Visit Anjuna, Goa
It’s been while, I know. I’m so sorry to keep everyone hanging around wondering where I’ve been, but life has been throwing some crazy curve balls and I think I’ve finally caught up. So, I had to do another ‘visa run’ and decided against riding mountain buses in Nepal during the monsoon season–perhaps escaping some … More Thailand–Bangkok, Buckets, and Birthdays!
I know there’s a lot of you out there approaching winter. Summer has become a distant memory and forgotten warm clothes have been resurrected. For some of you, panic filled thoughts enter your mind like an old friend knocking on the door out of the blue. . .wondering when you’ll see the sun again, how … More Anjuna, Goa Tales #3–Something to fantasize