Mumbai is one of the most exciting and vibrant cities in India. We’ve visited twice now, but have barely scratched the surface of all there is to do! We’re so excited to feature this article by local Mumbaikar, Palak Gupta, as she shares her insider knowledge for getting off the beaten path in Mumbai, India. [Read more…]
We love learning about what other travelers do to earn money on the road and live out their desired lifestyle. Many people dream about traveling full time, but it’s not always as easy as it sounds! The more information we can learn from one another about how to make it happen the more we can all benefit, which is why we started this Working in Asia series.
In this interview Akshata shares what it’s like to work as a Divemaster in Goa, India. She delves into the nitty gritty including the lifestyle, pay, and where in India she did her Divemaster training. We hope you enjoy reading and learn something new! 😀
The best way to learn about a what to see, eat and do in a place is from the locals and expats who live there! That’s why we’re excited to share these tips from Akshata, a Mumbai native who now lives and works in Goa, India as a Divemaster. Her tips make us want to hop on a plane back to India and delve deeper into the coastal hippie paradise we only scratched the surface of in 2014. Read on for Akshata’s best tips for getting off the beaten path in Goa, India.
Have you been to any of these markets in Asia?
In 2014 we celebrated our third year of adventures in Asia. Three years of living, traveling and working in a part of the world that we have fallen in love with the more we get to know it. This year we worked for four months, unexpectedly traveled for seven months, and spent the end of the year in California with our families and friends.
Here’s a look back at our highlights from 2014.
Why Travel in India?
India is like no where else in the world. It is intense, exhilarating, shocking, beautiful, spiritual, inspiring, and sometimes overwhelming. It is said that a person will either love or hate India, but it will change you regardless.