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The dark side of the Mexican ‘Hippy Trail’

Hari Simran Singh Khalsa, a 25-year-old New Yorker with a wispy red beard and a contagious smile, was visiting Mexico for a yoga retreat.

He arrived with his wife, Ad Purkh Kaur, in Tepotzlan, central Mexico; a mysterious, elegant village overlooked by a mountain, at the top of which sit the ruins of an ancient Aztec pyramid. 1,217 more words


I Never Finished Ulysses But Marked It As 'Read' on Goodreads

Dublin – Day 01 – June 24th 

This was the first thing I confessed upon landing in Dublin. It’s strange how things come full circle; example: last summer, I signed up for Couchsurfing and upon browsing the forums and seeing an advert for a rideshare out west, I quit my job. 1,214 more words


According to Jack...

I’m working on a plan

To leave this place behind

Just in case I ever need

To take off and clear my mind

I’ve mapped out my direction… 83 more words

Writing Quote Tuesday

This week’s quote is from one of my sister’s favorite authors:

“One day I will find the right words, and they will be simple.”

Jack Kerouac, The Dharma Bums


Writing Quote Tuesday

New Travel Journal 

I think that the best gifts are the thoughtful gifts.

That’s exactly what I want to do. Under the stars. 8 more words