Experiences of an Expat Living in India
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- Travel and the Secret to Staying Young (from an 80 Year Old) 1 year ago "We looked at going into a retirement home but decided not to because the people there are old! Mind you, we're nearing our 80s," the couple told me.
- India Tourism Trends: Indian Wildlife Beyond the Tiger 1 year ago Nature doesn't touch the hearts of tourists who just want a photo of a tiger to show off. Yet, we need an emotional reaction to nature in order to thrive and be happy.
- Très RARE 2018: Showcasing India's Best Boutique Hotels 1 year ago The future of tourism in India undoubtedly lies in experiences. India is not a country to be seen. It's a country to be engaged with.
- Australians in India: Australia Unlimited Interview Series 1 year ago Recently, I was asked by the Australian government to participate in Australia Unlimited's new Australia Day interview series, highlighting Australians who are making a difference in India.
- How Doing a TEDx Talk Taught Me I Don't Have to be Perfect 1 year ago There's a good reason why I became a writer and not an actor. I'm an introvert who dislikes large groups of people and being the centre of attention.
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15:50 PM October 13, 2012
A fantastic blog I came across before I moved here. Wonderful pictures and a unique take on the Indian expat experience.
05:31 AM December 03, 2012
This blog was like a guide & support for me before I moved to Mumbai in January and I've found myself returned several times since. All of the issues an curiosities that I had from finding a house, to dating an Indian, to politics & cultures of India & general information- nothing is out of bounds. More than a good read, the blog is like a shared discussion. Sharells thought-provoking posts stir some great discussions'& debates among readers!
09:10 AM December 12, 2012
Lovely informative blog - with a huge archive of information for the expat and cultural explorer. You can't go wrong rummaging about in here. Beautifully written and great fun