Spring has sprung! I love this time of year. Spring is so different living in the Blue Mountains. The seasons really show here. Our garden is in full bloom, birds are so active and making their presence known by their calls/mantras 🙂 It’s a beautiful time of year.
I don’t know if you are like me, however, I feel a surge of energy with the warm weather. I’ve been hibernating this past winter. I have really only left my house if there is a reason to. Although, I am living in paradise. ….
This is what our backyard looks like. We back onto the heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park.
I’m excited to get out and explore our beautiful area. In a way, I’ve created my India in Australia. I love the Himalaya region of India. When I look out at the view where we live, I feel like I’m living in my very own Corbett Tiger Reserve 🙂
Speaking of which, our Himalaya Elements experience was featured in Fairfax publications around Australia. So things didn’t go exactly to plan, but that is the beauty of India – expect the unexpected. Click here to read about it
With Spring finally here, what a great way to celebrate the season. We bringing India to Sydney. Have you booked in for our ‘A Taste of India’ event this Saturday, Sept 14? It’s going to be an amazing night of food, fund raising for tiger conservation, live dance and special performance by Hari Bhakti Dey – Australia’s leading classical Indian and Kirtan performer.
Tickets are $65 + booking fee. $10 of ticket price goes to charity + we will be raffling off $1,000 travel voucher for 2 to use on any of our land tours to India.
There are still tickets left. Book in quick. 🙂 And please come and say hi to me!
Bye for now,