Back when Rachel first wrote about how to get a SIM card in India, the process was much more complicated and getting tourist SIM cards wasn't done as much. Of course today people get them more often, so with the help of Jules, our resident India expert, we've given this guide a much needed update! Read
Rachel first visited and wrote about where to stay in Goa a while ago. With the help of one of her close friends, Jules, we’ve given this post a much needed update with even more hotels and accommodations. If you're trying to figure out the best place to stay in Goa, here are all your best
If you want to stay in India consecutively for longer than 180 days without needing to leave, then an e-Tourist visa will not be appropriate for you. This article is going to explain step by step, in-depth, how to apply for an Indian visa from the UK. We have a similar post on how to
Rachel first visited and wrote about this beautiful landmark back in 2014. You can read her original post here. With the help of one of her close friends, Jules, we've given this post a much needed update. Here's your guide to the best things to do in Hampi today! I, Jules, first made a last
As we promised in our Future of Hippie in Heels post, we would like to share some of Rachel's unpublished content.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
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.
I've been on a few safaris as a backpacker in India but hadn't seen a tiger yet, so was stoked to get to visit Bandhavgarh Park - the park with the highest density of tigers in India. I wasn't sure what to wear on safari, though! As a backpacker, I just threw on what was
Going on a safari in India is on so many India travel bucket lists. After doing it and seeing a tiger, I can say it is really SO worth it - even if you have to fly half way across the world. I have done many safaris in India, but the Bandhavgarh National Park safari