As I flew back to Goa, I wasn't sure how I felt. I was excited to go back but also wondered how it would feel to come back as a tourist, without my home and my dogs, and if it would still feel like it did for all the years Ben and I lived there.
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I'm a beach bum through and through. I've been traveling for 10 years and have spent time on beaches from Spain to Turkey, Greece to India, Bali to Tulum - you name it! I love a beach vacation, I love boho chic clothing, and I am a very practical packer; packing light so I can
Goa is the kind of place that you've either never heard of or you go every year for an epic holiday. There's no in between. Travelers that pass through Goa tend to come back. The Arabian Sea, the coconut trees, the cute beach huts, and the luxe beach resorts all bring together Goa's laid-back scene. Some
Goa has gorgeous beaches, amazing flea markets, tasty unique seafood, and some of the nicest people I've met in my travels. After living there five years, I have done my fair share of partying and it seems like although the sea is the draw for families, the parties are the draw for the travelers and
I'm going to guess you are reading this because you want to party your ass off in Goa. And who doesn't? Goa is known for its epic parties, beach parties, and underground raves. I'm going to share the top 20 nightclubs in Goa from the beach to commercial - the ones that people keep going back
Goa is unique in that so many of it's best parties are right on the beach or up on cliffs overlooking the sea. It makes for an awesome backdrop to an even better party. As you might already know, Goa has some of the best parties in the world and while raves in Goa are more
Goa is a gorgeous beach destination with honey-moon style hotels, so of course, there are a lot of romantic things to do in Goa. However, I have not done many of them. Although I met Ben here and have been living here and dating him for six years, I am not into all the mushy
A couple of weeks ago, I attended TBEX in the Finger Lakes region of New York as a speaker on a panel about outsourcing. TBEX is a travel blogger conference where bloggers learn at breakaway sessions about various blogging topics and also a networking event as many tourism boards, hotels, and other companies show up