What to wear in India is by far the topic I get asked about the most by my female readers. I have popular blog posts with tips on how to dress, where I buy most of my clothes, and key basics for boho chic style. However, after my trip up to Rajasthan, one of the best places
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The Indian state of Rajasthan is my favorite state in India after Goa, and for travelers, it's the place I recommend the most. I have visited twice and spent overall six weeks in the state. I have a lot of blog posts about each city and how to get around which I'll link below but
One of the things I love most about India is that it is diverse: you have jungles, deserts, mountains, cities, and beaches and more. Each state is so different in looks, food, culture... everything. That is what makes it so interesting! But, when people ask about what state they should go to first if they
For all your budget travelers, that can't do much shopping: if you were to ask me what is the NUMBER ONE thing to buy while traveling in India- I would say traditional Rajasthani wall hangings. I've told you about my time spent in Rajasthan: Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Pushkar, and Jaipur and I saw SO many
I can't believe I've been traveling for ten whole years now! While these days traveling is my full-time job, I traveled a lot on my own for a long time, even before starting Hippie in Heels. Throughout the years and numerous countries, not to mention living in Goa for half of this time, I've picked up
As we promised in our Future of Hippie in Heels post, we would like to share some of Rachel's unpublished content. These are posts she had finished and pending for future use, and we'd like to slowly share them with you now. This one on the top places to visit in Jodhpur is the last
Most India bucket lists start with "ride a camel in the desert" which is by far the number one thing to do in Jaisalmer and what brings backpackers and families here. The giant fort that overlooks the city is a great attraction as well and I loved learning the history behind it - but there
Most people leave India saying that Udaipur was their favorite place - and one they would want to return back to. There are many reasons for this but I think it's because not only is it STUNNING, has great Rajasthani food, amazing attractions and awesome Udaipur sightseeing around every corner, and quality shopping - it also