In the Andes, this is how cheese is served. Plain and simple.
You go to any local market or shack on the street and see chunks of cheese just flaunted by the local vendors who took their time in the morning carrying loads on their backs and walking from their…
This is the truth, so they say
It caught me in more than a way
I opened up to other sways
Thinking, seeking what came my way
Not knowing, probably behaving
For that was another story of having
Collecting stories from Sages; Offering
Yet my core never related, hence resisting
I learned that I resisted what I…
The sun was setting on the sacred waters of the Ganges as our boat was flowing near the shores of Waranasi.
The smells of burning incense and cremated bodies are raw and fill the airs of this devotional northern Indian land.
My whole body was shivering as I watched so many…
I have always heard of the vastness and mysticism of Lake Titicaca. The stories below it and what it is thought to hold at its depths.
I never knew that being there on a spiritual journey and sailing or even dipping my feet in its waters and watching the sun…
Have you watched the first Karate Kid? If you havent, heres a chance for you to do and if you have, you will get this swiftly.
In the movie, when Mr Myagi starts training Daniel-son, one of the things he asked him to do for days is paint the fence,…