In photos: Jackson, New Hampshire

New England is very much considered an autumn destination for the fall colours. Visiting in the summer months is still a great option with many outdoor activities like swimming in the lakes, kayaking and walking. It is still busy with many Americans taking their summer vacation here, but a lot quieter than the autumn. This … Continue reading In photos: Jackson, New Hampshire

Boston to Kennebunkport

‘Let’s just pretend Kennbunkport didn’t happen’, I thought to myself as we finally saw signs for Kennebunk and I knew my first ever self-drive in the United States neared its first stop. I had only found out three days prior that I was going on this trip at all - it is the nature of … Continue reading Boston to Kennebunkport

Discovering the remote side of Thailand

‘The cats are very friendly here…’ we remarked as a snowy ginger cat padded its way through The Waterhouse. We were staying in Koh Yao Noi, a remote, undeveloped island in the south of Thailand, sitting in between Krabi and Phuket in Phang Nga Bay. Cats are everywhere on the island and we were joined … Continue reading Discovering the remote side of Thailand

Rediscovering Ethiopia

Whenever I travel I realise how little I know about the world and that is exactly what inspires me to travel as much and as often as I can. One of my first adventures on my own was a trip to Ethiopia. This was a three-month voluntary programme where I lived with a host family … Continue reading Rediscovering Ethiopia

Girl on a plane

“Is this your first time in India?” “Yes.” I replied, “Do you live here?” “I am actually American, but my family are from Kerala, I am here to visit some of them”. “Sorry I have lost my voice” I breathed huskily, but there was something about her openness to talk to me that drew me … Continue reading Girl on a plane