In these dire times, what better way to explore the world than read others’ travel experiences? Which is why I have decided to do a travel series.
I will be focusing more on the cultural aspects of the place, the people’s way of life and their relationship with the tourists. Any place I go to, it’s more about observing and absorbing their traditions than taking photos with well known monuments. In my opinion, travel is the best teacher. I would not know as much as I do now if I had not travelled to the places I did. It brings me so much joy, just talking to people. Getting to know them and telling them about where I come from is the best part of travelling for me. Since I’m only 18 years old now, I have done that only during the last few trips. I have been travelling because of my family since I was 3 months old.
The modern day travelling is all about taking photos and posting it on your social media. Through this series, I want to make people realise how much more there is to travelling than sheer pride in saying you’ve been to these places.
It’s the experiences and knowledge you get from each place that count. Some experiences are terrible, and some fill your heart with warmth. But each experience teaches you something. Something to learn or unlearn.
The world has so much to give. My wish in life is that I learn as much as I can about this beautiful world and her ways. Join me in this adventure as I tell stories from my globe-trotting.
Guest posts are more than welcome! Feel free to get in touch with me via my contact page if you have any wild travel stories that you would like to share.
The first post in this series will be Turtuk, Jamma & Kashmir, India. This place is close to my heart and the only one that made me cry happy tears.
Please comment down below which place you want me to do next!
( I have not been to the countries of Africa, South America and Antarctica)