Food holds different meanings for different people. There are some that will travel to a new place just to try the local cuisine and there are those who will eat everything, and I mean everything edible or not, at least once in their life. We all have that one friend who won't let you touch the food no matter how hungry you are without taking a photo for Instagram and then there are those who live on salads. Foodies are everywhere, and it would be unfair to flock them all under the same category. So let us introduce you to the 10 types of foodies you definitely know. How many you can spot in your own circle?
The brave heart of the zodiacs, Leos are born between July 22 and August 23. Like their symbol Lion, Leos are born leaders. They are sweet talkers with a charming sense of humor. Incredibly loving, they have the biggest hearts which they hide under a tough exterior. They're the ones with the most ostentatious style and oodles of sex appeal. It's hard not to spot the Lion in a crowd.
If you're born between May 21 and June 21, you belong to the first air element of the zodiac - Gemini. Gemini, being a mutable sign, are adaptable and flexible by nature. Depicted by the Twins, they tend to have a dual personality and their strength lies in their versatility. They're social and fun people. Geminis are compatible with Leo, Libra, Aries, and Aquarius.
Have you ever travelled to a foreign land that felt like home instantly? Sri Lanka was that place for me. As soon as I stepped off the plane, I knew I was where I belonged. The exhilaration of being amongst millions of strangers and yet feeling like each one is a friend will never get old. We based our entire 2-week trip in Sri Lanka on the recommendations of locals and we weren't disappointed!
A police officer hunting down the most vicious traffickers to a woman in the timber business breaking the myth that women and woodworking don't get along to a human rights lawyer fighting cases in a new language, running around courtrooms, police stations and village interiors for trafficked women and children.
Ladakh isn't a once-in-a-lifetime experience. I survived a snowstorm on a bike, bought used gloves off a street vendor to avoid frostbite, rode across the most difficult terrain with hands and feet absolutely numb, yet I'm already looking forward to going back.