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Beth Bauer

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Beth Ann Bauer is a professional writer, blogger, speaker, business woman, world traveler and Entrepreneur. She is proponent of freedom, peace, love and preserving our planet. Beth was born and raised in Vancouver, Washington in the USA and currently resides in Gurgaon, India. She has held a number of positions, including Sales Manager, District Manager, Program Manager and Director of International Operations in the IT, healthcare and real estate industries. She has two grown children and enjoys traveling, writing, camping, white water rafting, trekking, star-gazing, music and festivals.
The Cause There was a run on cash in India and it was creating huge lines at banks along with growing anxiety and hostility among the people. India is primarily a cash based culture. Only the upper classes have credit...
I’ve been home for a week now from Triund and my legs still hurt. What’s worse is that my heart aches to go back. I think I may have left a part of me behind in those Himalayan Mountains....
You know that old saying, “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.”  Well, that’s bull shit!  The wrong words, at the wrong time, can be emotionally devastating. Even those of us that are...
I noticed that something odd was going on. Men in my office needed to leave early, women at my apartment complex were adorned with henna, and the stores were unusually crowded. Turns out it was Karva Chauth, just another,...
Dancing to the hip hop mix of DJ Zaeden, with a cocktail in one hand and a hookah in the other, all I could think of was that the Bite of Portland might have a few things to learn...
Udaipur is in the state of Rajasthan and is a popular romantic destination. We flew IndiGo Airlines which is one of the domestic choices for flights within India. A quick hour and $100 USD for the ticket and we...
Sitting at my desk, finding it hard to breathe and my head pounding, I just couldn't take it anymore. I felt even worse than I did the day before.  I really couldn’t afford another sick day, but I called my...
Playing my wood flute besides the Ganges River, watching the birds soar high into the Himalaya Mountains, I felt like I never wanted to leave. Rishikesh, India does that to people. I know more than one person that has...
I stood there feeling high, not from pot, although it was readily available in the area, but from from the sheer ecstasy of the profound beauty before me. Or perhaps it was the altitude of 14,100 feet that made...
A  year ago if you had told me I would be standing in a bus, at an elevation of 13,000 feet in the Himalya Mountains, trying to decide if it was safe to get off and help push it...