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I'm a freelance writer and yogi living in Tepoztlan, Mexico where I'm running www.casadelcorazon.mx with my girlfriend. You can keep up with my other writing on http://www.bollocks2thewellingtons.com/
or www.spiritualheartjourney.com

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My WeekendNotes - 125
I sometimes feel that my spiritual path is too scattered. Meditation and yoga, sound healing and energy work, chanting a... [more]
If you happen to be on the tropical paradise of Koh Phangan and craving a fix of authentic Neapolitan-style sourdough pi... [more]
Sri Thanu on the beautiful island of Ko Phangan has an array of tasty restaurants catering for all sorts of tastes, part... [more]
From the relaxed South Sikkimese town of Namchi, you can travel north to the crossroads of Ravangla where a giant Buddha... [more]
In West Sikkim, not far from the small town of Pelling and the trekkers hub of Yuksom is a beautiful lake which is sacre... [more]
On the main Nehru Road, just off Chowrastra Square, there are many fine restaurants, but if you want an authentic Indian... [more]
On the high street in Yuksom, there are two small restaurants next to each other and for some reason, I only ever went i... [more]
Ah Gupta's. Probably the first place that will take your notice as you arrive into little Yuksom by shared jeep, thi... [more]
From the moment you spot the modern signage on the road, there is something a bit more considered about Mama's Kitchen c... [more]
Elena Angel is a teacher and spiritual explorer. She does work focused on relationships and tantra as well as using medi... [more]
16/05/2017
Last year I moved to a beautiful flat near Kew Gardens and this has been the impetus that drove me to buy a membership a... [more]
Mexico City, known as the DF or District Federal by locals, is a sprawling metropolis, huge in scale and overwhelming in... [more]
La Baguette is situated on the Rincon Sito road leading to the beach and sits next to El Tiburon Juice Bar. This ... [more]
An easy day trip from the delightful Oaxaca City, Monte Alban is a set of pre-Colombian ruins that sit atop a hill offer... [more]
Being in Mazunte isn't all about the beach, but it is certainly a big reason to be here. There are a few places to e... [more]
Situated in a perfect spot, right on the corner as you reach the Rincon Sito Beach, Siddhartha is a nice hangout spot fo... [more]
Overlooking Rincon Sito beach and just at the end of the road of the same name, Estrella Fugaz offers a good range of br... [more]
Mazunte is a beautiful village on the Oaxacan coast which offers beach life and excursions aplenty. Whether it's loung... [more]
Mazunte has a range of food options from the local Mexcian to a plethora Italian places to even the random combination o... [more]
San Cristobal de las Casas is a delightful spot to spend Christmas in Mexico. It's up in the mountains so is pretty cold... [more]
Zipolite is a 15 minute collectivo ride up the coast from San Agonstinillo and is a more established hippy community. ... [more]
This place on the Rincon Sito road is a bit Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. It serves healthy juices by day and Mezcal cocktails ... [more]
On the main street in San Agustinillo, just underneath Luz Del Sol, is the cute Frida Cafe. Run by Christina, who al... [more]
If you want to learn to speak the local language while you are staying by the beautiful beach here in Oaxaca then this i... [more]
On the beach in San Agostinillo there are a few places to eat and this is one of the more classy establishments. ... [more]
Run by and in conjunction with the Om Shanti yoga school just up the road, Prasad offers healthy vegetarian food wit... [more]
When I first arrived in Mazunte I didn't entirely "get" it. Yeah, It's nice, I thought. The beach is beautiful an... [more]
Ventanilla means "of windows" because the rock formations here have holes in them that resemble windows. The beac... [more]
Mazunte and the Oaxacan coast in general is hot. Really hot. I mean it's humid, sweaty and steamy here and there are hil... [more]
My girlfriend was staying at Bambu when we met and so I ended up spending a lot of time there. It's a grea... [more]
San Agustinillo, just over the hill from Mazunte, has a few great restaurants and this is one of the favorite spots for ... [more]
This simple looking restaurant is actually one of the best in town. They only opened up in November 2014 when the chef l... [more]
Opposite Restaurant Tania at the end of Mazunte towards the main road that branches to Pochutla and Puerto Escondido is ... [more]
Almost at the end of Mazunte as you head out on the road towards Las Croces de San Antonio and the road which leads to P... [more]
Los Traviesos means "The Mischievous Ones" in Spanish. I'm not quite sure why this restaurant on the main Calle Principa... [more]
The King of Fish Tacos is a little place down the Rincon Sito road on the way to the beach. A taco is a tortilla ... [more]
Luz Del Sol offers veggie food in a chilled out and spiritual setting with a side order of beach views and smoothies. ... [more]
When I decided to stay in Mazunte for three months to take the Hridaya Yoga Teacher Training course, I decided that I ne... [more]
In Mazunte you can see the sun rise and set over the sea, it's quite profound. It was here that I chose to take a thr... [more]
Initially I didn't really believe that drinking a hot chocolate beverage could lead me to states of deep bliss, bring in... [more]
Vegans can have a reputation as no-fun, hair-shirt wearing types but Asparagasm are doing all they can to change this im... [more]
04/07/2014 - 13/07/2014
Ping Pong has had a renewed resurgence in popularity in the capital. From trendy bars like the Book Club installing tabl... [more]
15/05/2014 - 18/05/2014
"Conscious Uncoupling" came into the news recently with news of Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow splitting in a suitably... [more]
I had a fun weekend workshop with Elena Angel at her Manifesting Your Soulmate event last year ( and she has another one... [more]
This is an interesting new concept in dining situated in one of London's most prestigiously located hotels just off Park... [more]
In London for January, the Wilderness Theatre company from LA takes us into their world of depression-era factory worker... [more]
09/01/2014 - 31/01/2014
There is something inspiring about meeting someone who follows their passion and creates the lifestyle they want by conn... [more]
Situated in pride of place in Berlin's Museum Island is a sensational collection of ancient architecture on a massive sc... [more]
We took a stroll down the Edgware Road the other night in search of some Middle Eastern cuisine without knowing which of... [more]
Up in Hampstead Heath there is a pub that dates back to 1585 and has a few stories to tell. It is said that K... [more]
Housed in the old Marconi Building on the corner of Aldgate and the Strand and just near the end of Waterloo Bridge, Hot... [more]
London's Chinatown isn't a real town. It's full of restaurants, not homes and they are of extremely varying quality. ... [more]
There was a time when pubs in train stations were pretty much an afterthought. An opportunity to make a bit of cash ... [more]
Just next to Hackney City Farm on Hackney Road is a relatively new establishment boasting some excellent English cuisine... [more]
In the heart of the quintessential English University town of Cambridge lies The Eagle pub, dating back to the 17th Cent... [more]
This is an old school greasy spoon cafe on Bethnal Green Road, but one with a touch of class since it has been around si... [more]
Last time I was in Waterloo station they didn't even have the mezzanine 1st floor so when I arranged to meet some friend... [more]
One of the oldest fish markets in the world, Billingsgate, near Canary Wharf, still does a roaring trade although delive... [more]
A hop and a skip from Bangkok, Koh Samet is one of Thailand's most visited islands, although the place really gets busy ... [more]
The Yorkshire town of Hebden Bridge had been described to me variously as the spiritual hub of the North of England, the... [more]
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