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18 thoughts on “Contact us”

  1. Just wanted to let you guys know that the articles you have posted are great, along with an amazing website layout. I found you from the article on twenty-somthingtravel.com I look forward to your future posts! 🙂

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  2. Awesome blog! I’ve been roaming around the travel circles to find people that like sharing their trips and itineraries.

    I work for a travel tech start up called Find My Itin. We’re currently doing some research on how travelers plan trips and created a survey. The survey should be pretty quick to fill out and we’re sure that you’ll have some valuable feedback.

    If you’re interested, we would welcome your expertise.

    Survey link:

    Many thanks,
    Will

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  3. I recently started following you both and would love to post some of your writing on my own blog site (with cites and link-backs, of course). Please take a look at my site and tell me if that would be okay. It’s not for profit, just a site to host my writing and feature some personal development essays/quotes/art, etc. – it’s a happy place to explore the human experience and express myself… About me:

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  4. Hi Victoria!

    Nice to e-meet another Victoria! I found your blog because my boyfriend and I are currently doing a mini-version of what it sounds like you are doing. We are about to wrap up 2.5 months in Buenos Aires and are now heading to Europe! (I have used your cafe recommendations for BsAs many times–thank you!) However, we will return to South America in June for some more traveling and my question was two-fold. How did you keep up a yoga practice while traveling around to different countries–did you try to find classes in each location or did you just practice on your own? And two, I am very interested in doing some sort of yoga retreat, mostly just to deepen my own practice, but I suppose you never know where that will lead to! Did you research a lot of other yoga teacher trainings before choosing Drishti? Any advice/insight you have on your process for choosing a yoga retreat/training would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks and best of luck with your continued travels! I love reading your blog!
    Tory (Victoria) K.

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  5. My name is Chris Lea and I am currently a Traffic Anchor at WXII News 12 in Winston-Salem, NC and a radio personality for 102 Jamz in Greensboro, NC. I recently did a podcast interview with Kim Dinan and she suggested that I contact you for an interview as well!

    This past Monday I launched a podcast, named “Shower Time with Chris Lea” where I want to help inspire and motivate people to go after their dreams. I’m 28 and many of my peers have already given up on their dreams and have asked me for insight based on my personal success.

    The title is based on the Zig Ziglar quote “People often say motivation does not last. Well, neither does bathing, that’s why we recommend it daily.” So Monday through Friday I have short, 10 minute episodes designed to start someone’s day off in a positive way. On Saturday’s I interview people making a living from their dreams so that listeners (presumably millennials) can gain some inspiration from a real life story. The interviews are more long -form.

    I wanted to write you today to formally ask you to if you’d like to be a guest on my podcast?
    The podcast is available on iTunes and Stitcher Radio apps and will only be geared towards positivity. I can record via skype.

    I thank you for your time and I’m looking forward to hearing from you.

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  6. A great website, with nice layout. You have a very much inspiring experience, hope one day I can travel like this way from one coast to another just with a backpack and full of gadgets. Photography, music and of course the real adventure living like crazye with locals, maybe with animals. Lets see and just waiting for the moment to grab the chance to explore out of Nepal. Anyway, if some day you are planning to land in the international airfield, please drop me a line I will be there for you as a your travel partner with full of guiding and offering the local adventure.

    Lets Keep In touch…:)
    Stay Blessed…!

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  7. Hi Victoria,

    My girl and I are coming to San Pancho in the beginning of November. I’ve read the part about asking around town for possible monthly rentals. I’m worried, however, about it being the high season and nothing being available. I’m going to rent out a room for a couple of nights for when we first arrive just to be safe. Is there any way of getting in touch with possible monthly rental homes? I feel kind of desperate! Lol!!!

    Thank you for your beautiful site and info!
    Joshua Ash

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    • Hi Joshua, I’m afraid I can’t be of much use here. I don’t have any rental contacts. The best and cheapest way is to simply ask around once you get there. You could also contact San Pancho Life, but they deal more with holiday rentals https://sanpancholife.com/
      Good luck and have a wonderful time!

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  8. Dear Victoria,

    my name is Ana, I am a former student of Sarah and Carri at Drishti Yoga Teacher Training and I follow your blog since last year. I just want to tell you that thanks to many coincidences and following you in your Facebook I got a job for Expedia for traveling around Spain for a year:
    Just wanted to say thank you for sharing and hope to meet you one day somewhere, talk about yoga, travel, blogging… you are most welcome in Valencia, Spain!!

    Ana

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  9. Hi,

    I just finished putting together an epic, 17000-word post about budget world travel. Thought you’d get a kick out of it:

    If you think it’s cool, would you share it with the bridgesandballoons.com audience?

    Thanks!
    Andrew

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  10. Hey there! I’m so glad you stumbled on my site recently! I actually found yours about a year ago, when I started (obsessively) reading travel blogs for a time. Glad to have you back on my radar 🙂 Oh, and your “about” page? Whiskey cocktails, hipster coffee shops, vegetarian brunch, yoga, street food markets, cakes, festivals, beaches, independent bookshops and cosmic wonder?? I couldn’t have made a better list of my life-loves if I tried 😉

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  11. Hi there,
    we simply believe in the idea we can transform the Lake of Northern Italy’s Lake District in a recreational bicycling area for riders who are coming from all over the world and in a holiday place for non-riders as well, so you can realise the total experience of staying at our bike hotel and the biking experience seamlessly tie the two together.
    So, do you want to come for riding here ?
    Please read more at :

    Best wishes
    Stefano Argenti

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  12. Hi!
    Just wanted to let you know we came across your blog on Kerala and almost did the same itinerary as you guys. It was just amazing, thanks a lot!

    Stéphanie

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  13. Hi!
    I am Ali from Pakistan and tour coordinator. Visit Pakistan to explore the natural beauty.
    Pakistan is a land blessed with enormously rich historical heritage, diverse culture, high adventure, and unmatched natural beauty. From the relics of famous Civilizations of Gandhara and Indus to gigantic icy peaks, lush green valleys, meadows and lakes of crystal clear waters, we offer a unique and contrasted destination to behold the caravan of mankind across ages and precious beauties of nature, to the tourists of the world.

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  14. Hi Victoria
    I have just signed up to receive your newsletter – I am from Australia and next year, my trip to Europe will include a self-guided walking tour in Slovenia so it was great to read your blog about vegetarian options in that country. The food looks amazing!

    I’ll look for your on instagram.

    Regards

    Jennie

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