Adulting: The 28-club crisis

Until relatively recently I was almost blind to my own mortality. Not in a reckless or immature way per se. I simply got by on a blissful “oh, I’ve got all the time in the world” attitude – one that a lot of twenty somethings are probably all too familiar with. I certainly haven’t deprived …

#SavetheElephant: Responsible Elephant Encounters

Elephant Nature Park

Elephants have been my favourite animal since I first clapped eyes on one roaming the streets of Mumbai, when I moved over to India with my family aged 8. I didn’t know at the time the suffering the poor elephant had probably been through to find itself walking the chaotic streets of such a busy …

Eternal India

  Vibrant, colourful, chaotic, energetic, fragrant (not always pleasant...in fact more often unpleasant), crowded, dirty, beautiful, bustling, historic...Just a handful of words I could use to describe the vast, diverse and truly unique nation that is India. Having lived in India as a child, I wasn't entering the country blind, however upon arrival I realised …