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I’m looking for my third travel book and we’re having a bit of an adventure by literally going out to sea. You don’t write a bestseller by just looking – you have to have the experience, and the more experiences you have the better – so come along for a literal boat ride with me!

Finding Adventure

Finding Adventure

I’m in Goa, a lush green and laidback place, set like a jewel on the coast of India facing the Arabian sea, and I’m finally on the sea! I’m on a boat in south Goa, sailing up and down and the swells are quite bumpy. This morning we’ve been to a couple of quiet beaches and we’re now heading out for breakfast. This is what I think of as the quintessential old school Goan holiday, where you rise with the tender morning sun you catch a boat that whisks you off to quiet beach for breakfast. The stuff of dreams mostly, but once in a while it’s good to make things happen to live out your dream and see if it’s all that it promised to be.

All my adventure books are based on my own experience, so I need to travel and find out what it really feels like. And for now, it feels fantastic. I’m also updating my very first bestseller  – 
The Camino Ingles as the route has changed. I just walked it again, and I’m looking for you to help me launch.
You can join the launch team for the new edition, and it might be as bumpy as this boat ride, but you won’t get wet or fall overboard. If you would like a free copy of the book before it’s published, You can join my launch team right here.

Finding Adventure

Finding Adventure

Teju is the name, both of our boat and our captain. And my companions on the boat are family, my husband, and sister and her hubby. Of course, it was I who suggested this adventure when my sister said we should have some family time!

For you nautical types, I’m not sure what kind of boat it is but we’re heading out after launching it, with the early sun sparkling on the waves. It’s so beautiful that inspiration is welling up inside me – oops until that wave hit us and splashed water on my face and camera. but it is waterproof – the camera that is, and our skin is definitely waterproof.

Teju assures us that normally the sea is flat and quiet, but it’s the turn of the season so we’ve got a big swell as the winds change for the monsoon and the winds start blowing in from the Arabian sea. I don’t quite get why this is an assurance..but..

I’m online with my mates in Australia, and telling them that this is where they need to be. I keep telling them to come with me – and you should come and travel. Or you can dip into one of my books.

Shortly we will be landing at Palolem for breakfast and then on to Honeymoon Beach and Butterfly beach. We’ve been to Cola Beach, a secluded beach with a rocky tidal pool that is, you guessed it the colour of Coca Cola. It used to be that there was no way in except by boat or by trekking in, but now, there is a rough track that can be used by 4WD.

I’m looking for my third travel book and we’re having a bit of an adventure by literally going out to sea.

Meanwhile, I’m updating The Camino Ingles. If you would like a free copy of the book before it publishes, you can join my launch team right here. I’d love to see you onboard.

I’m looking for my third travel book and we’re having a bit of an adventure by literally going out to sea. You don’t write a bestseller by just looking – you have to have the experience, and the more experiences you have the better – so come along for a literal boat ride with me!

I’m in Goa, a lush green and laidback place, set like a jewel on the coast of India facing the Arabian sea, and I’m finally on the sea! I’m on a boat in south Goa, sailing up and down and the swells are quite bumpy. This morning we’ve been to a couple of quiet beaches and we’re now heading out for breakfast. This is what I think of as the quintessential old school Goan holiday, where you rise with the tender morning sun, you catch a boat that whisks you off to quiet beach for breakfast. The stuff of dreams mostly, but once in a while it’s good to make things happen to live out your dream and see if it’s all that it promised to be.

All my adventure books are based on my own experience, so I need to travel and find out what it really feels like. And for now, it feels fantastic. I’m also updating my very first bestseller.,
The Camino Ingles as the route has changed. I just walked it again, and the book is all set up for launch.
You can join the launch team for the new edition, and it might be as bumpy as this boat ride, but you won’t get wet or fall overboard. If you would like a free copy of the book before it published, you can join my launch team right here.

Teju is the name, both of our boat and our captain. And my companions on the boat are family, my husband, and sister and her hubby. Of course, it was I who suggested this adventure when my sister said we should have some family time!

For you nautical types, I’m not sure what kind of boat it is but we’re heading out after launching it, with the early sun sparkling on the waves. It’s so beautiful that inspiration is welling up inside me – oops until that wave hit us and splashed water on my face and camera. but it is waterproof – the camera that is, and our skin is definitely waterproof.

Teju assures us that normally the sea is flat and quiet, but it’s the turn of the season so we’ve got a big swell as the winds change for the monsoon and the winds start blowing in from the Arabian sea.

I’m online with my mates in Australia, and telling them that this is where they need to be. I keep telling them to come with me – and you should come and travel. Or you can dip into one of my books.

Shortly we will be landing at Palolem for breakfast and then on to Honeymoon Beach and Butterfly beach. We’ve been to Cola Beach, a secluded beach with a rocky tidal pool that is, you guessed it the colour of Coca Cola. It used to be that there was no way in except by boat or by trekking in, but now, there is a rough track that can be used by 4WD.

I’m looking for my third travel book and we’re having a bit of an adventure by literally going out to sea.

Meanwhile, I’m updating The Camino Ingles. If you would like a free copy of the book before it publishes, you can join my launch team right here. I’d love to see you onboard.

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