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5 Reasons You Absolutely Must Visit Salamanca, Spain

Salamanca, Spain

In honor of Yogi Aaron’s upcoming Food, Wine and Yoga Retreat in Salamanca, Spain, this month we’re sharing some of our favorite travel tips and stories for eating and traveling through the country. Enjoy! 5 Reasons You Absolutely Must Visit… Read More

How to Pack for an Epic Trip To India

How to pack for an Epic India Travel

By Jeannie Mark If you’ve always dreamed of India, you may be excited to get your trip started, but it’s important to pack the right things. India is majestic and has wondrous things to experience in Delhi and around the… Read More

A Traveling Yogi Discovering India

Traveling Yogi India

By Brian Gorman Even now, almost seven years later, I cannot articulate why I decided to travel to India. Traveling to India was never on my “have to go there” (or even “want to go there”) list of places to… Read More

7 Reasons You Need to Visit New Delhi, India

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There’s no doubt about it: New Delhi is unlike any other city in the world. For many travelers this means that their first visit is one marked by sensory overload—by chaos and color, pollution and poverty, enticing smells and exotic… Read More

The Best Restaurant in Southeast Asia

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Most people do not know that the best restaurant in Southeast Asia is at the Manor in New Delhi. The Manor is a luxury boutique hotel, located in the lush area of Friends Colony in New Delhi, India. Adam and… Read More

What does being on a pilgrimage to India mean?

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COURAGE LETTING GO TRANSFORMING EMBRACING SPIRITUAL LESSONS SEEING THE BIGGER PICTURE TRUST LOVE These are a few words I’d use, to sum up traveling through India. I’ve traveled through this amazing country four times, and I continue to go back… Read More

Losing Myself in India

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By Jeannie Mark Harsh sun pierced the delicate membrane of my retinas. Trickles of sweat poured down my back, along the sides of my temple, and into the folds of my dusty salwar. Throngs of hawkers bellowed from their stalls,… Read More