Coaching And Travel

You might wonder why a coaching website has a blog which appears to be predominantly travel related. And rightly so. You are here because you were perhaps googling and looking for a career or life coach. You are perhaps at cross roads and want to change something in your life.  You may be feeling stuck. Continue reading »

Go Go Dancers of Thailand

Last night I was watching life go by on Soi Cowboy. For those who don’t know, let me try to describe Soi Cowboy. It is just a narrow pedestrian street. Eerily quiet and dark in the early hours of the morning and day. But come evening time, it’s all neon lights, pop music thumping out Continue reading »

What Is Old?

We live in an era where getting old is not desirable. An era of anti-aging products. People, especially women are constantly being bombarded with products to delay the aging process and bombarded with marketing and advertising promoting young women, younger looking skin, anti- wrinkle products, etc. In some cultures, elders are revered. They are respected. Continue reading »

Three Hours On The Circle Line in Yangon

Currently I’m travelling in Myanmar. As I write, I’m in Yangon, on the circle line train trip. This is basically a train that goes around the suburbs and outer suburbs of Yangon and returns back into Yangon. Per my bible, The Lonely Planet travel guide, it “is a slow-moving, three-hour train trip around Yangon and Continue reading »

Flow of Life

Here I am. At a yoga retreat in Thailand. Coming up to nearly two weeks of being here. It is an idyllic setting. On a little island, by the beach, amazing yoga teachers, inspiring yoga shala (studio), mouth-watering food, and kind and caring staff at the retreat. Add to these the fellow yogi’s (practitioners of Continue reading »

Moving Pains

Exactly two years ago, I had decided that I wanted to go travelling for six months or more. I decided that I wanted to go to India and spend six months travelling and on yoga retreats. I was wondering about what to do with my flat. My flat is a funny one. I’ve been living Continue reading »

Why do I Travel?

On October 21st 2016, I begin my big trip. A trip that is going to see me travel to Spain, Thailand, Burma, Nepal, Bhutan, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Australia, NZ, Portugal and back to Spain over 6-9 months with many adventures along the way. I am packing up my beautiful flat which I’ve lived in for Continue reading »

I Did It

It’s nearly 2 weeks since I finished my Camino. I reached Santiago on Monday, 9th of May. 13 days ago. I arrived back in London on Tuesday, the 17th of May. 5 days ago. 33 days of walking. 775km of distance. Hundreds of inspiring people. I’m trying to write something. About the experience on the Continue reading »