How to Listen to the Body, Heart and Mind

By |June 2nd, 2013

My mind is often on overdrive. I’m constantly in my head, thinking about the past, worrying about what might happen, generally over-analysing wherever possible. One of the things I’ve learned from my travels is that the heart and body have important things to say to us too, if we take the time to notice: listening […]

How to Be A Stylish Backpacker: My Travelling Fashion

By |June 1st, 2013

I was good for ages, but eventually caved in. Inevitably there are too many temptingly beautiful things available to buy when you’re backpacking in Asia, so I thought I would share with you my travelling fashion splurges.

Well, I say splurges, but most of these cost under a tenner, or under a fiver in some cases.

When I was […]

Posh Yoga Resort #3: The Sanctuary, Thailand

By |April 17th, 2013

First, a confession. Those of you who know me will be aware that I am a bit of a fan of The Sanctuary. More than a bit. Nevertheless, I will aim to give this place a fair review as part of my global Posh Yoga Resort tour (which makes it sound very glamorous for a […]

Beach Life: Haad Tien

By |April 10th, 2013

Most people come to Koh Phangan to experience the notorious Full Moon parties at Haad Rin. But only a short boat ride around the East coast of the island takes you to Haad Tien bay – a world away from the day glo-wearing, whisky bucket-swigging, kerosene-soaked flaming skipping rope-jumping (or missing and heading to […]

Thoughts On My Travels So Far

By |April 6th, 2013

Over lunch earlier this week, a girl I recently met commented that I seem very happy. It made me stop and think how great that is, and how true it is. How happy I have become since I started my travelling two months ago today. I am so lucky and so blessed to be on […]