September saw the Ultimate Train Challenge. Lisbon to Saigon, all by trains, all in 30 days. It was an amazing and exhausting journey, but totally one of the best things I have ever done in my life. Come check out the final wrap up of this adventure.
While I was living in Rishikesh, India for a couple of months, I met a yoga teacher from Canada who spends half of the year teaching in Canada and the other half teaching in India and Thailand. She introduced me to both acro yoga and Passport to Prana. Now some of you may know what acro yoga is but what is this Passport to Prana?
Ibiza may be the most well known party island in the world, but there is so much more to offer from the Golden Isle than hedonistic all night parties. Making a trip to the Balearic Island outside the clubbing season is an experience not to be missed. It’ll be much cheaper too.
The other morning I took a bus to get to the subway station so that I could get to the gym. It was a fairly early rise for me as I tend to often sleep in. As I walked out my door, the bus literally pulled up right in front of me – I love it when that happens. I walked onto the very crowded bus to see almost every single person on their crackberries or iphones. Seriously, who are you texting in the early morning?
Good thing we got all rested up and contemplative on our crawl through the Mediterranean and across the Atlantic. Turns out we needed that huge reserve of physical and mental energy for what was to come next.