Vrindavan the holy city A group of 12 women, not all friends, but fastly becoming so, from Australia travelled to India to experience yoga, spirituality and culture. We loved it, were all deeply moved by it and affected by it, for ever. These photos depict only a small part of our journey, but one stillContinue reading “Challenge – All time favorite experiences. Photographed”
Travelling between towns in Cuba you can use the buses which are slow, trains which are unreliable or our choice “the collective” a share car, which also gives you the opportunity to meet fellow travellers. We have travelled with French, polish and today two gorgeous German girls. This mode of transport is somewhat squishy andContinue reading “White sands, Carribean Seas and pink cars”
Venice Beach, a little bit grunge with an oddly great vibe A beachfront boardwalk where art meets eccentricity with a dash of weird and wonderful. A large sprawling beach, market stalls, shops, bike hire, marijuana for medicinal purposes or not! Well it is legal here. Buskers, belting out tunes, trying to sell you aContinue reading “Venice Beach, grunge, vibes, wall art and vegan cafes”
The drive to Trinidad was long. 9.5 hours to be exact. The drive itself is not too diverse in scenery. It reminds me of driving through an Asian country. Tropical, paddocks, little shacks. Cubans sitting on their verandahs. In their rocking chairs passing time, smoking, drinking coffee or rum. What’s the hurry anyway. Everything manana.Continue reading “Trinidad Cuba and my love affair”
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