Travelling in India
Hey guys) Today I just feel like writing in English. Difficult to say why) I’ve just finished to sign the postcards, sending them in a few hours and hope they’d reach the destination in a month or so. Travelling in India, staying in Vashisht. Here are many tourists from the USA and Russia, the weather is great, its raining from time to time…The place is so peaceful that I couldn’t imagine I’d feel like this…Relaxed, concentrated and balanced. I’m also impressed by modern condition mixed with traditions and pure love in this remote village. Everyone is smiling, enjoying the vibes, people around and etc. There is a wonderful waterfall nearby, just a walking distance from our guest house. In Vashisht is nearly everything is so affordable that I’d love to stay here for a few month…I’ll think about it)
Days here are calm and long, stuffed with thoughts and emotions…It’s amazing feeling when u’re walking through the village in the early morning and everyone is saying ‘namaste’. They’re talking to each other, laughing, cooking great meals and sell the goods made by their wives or elder family members. They’d pack it in a paper bag, natural eco bag. In every single sight u’ll see kindness and peace. Never before did I met something like that. That’s why many people urge to travel to India…It’s an unique land, wise and different. Don’t want to generalise, of course lots of weird stuff happening in India, but mostly everything depends on ur attitude towards it and those souls u’re bringing to the land. Be calm, peaceful and love and u’ll get it as a turn-back.
Delhi is absolutely different to where I am now. Delhi is busy and hectic. I was astonished how on the earth all that people can drive among rickshaws, cars, bicycles, cows and other animals. Not mentioned yet those who’re sleeping on the streets, walking in the middle of it or selling something. And once I’ve asked our manager of guest house and he said – If u’know how to drive – u’d never be able to drive in Delhi, but If u don’t – u’ll succeed in it. Here we go) The secret of Delhi driving. By the way I haven’t seen any car crashes/accidents for 10 days being there. Shall we learn something from other countries?…How to be concentrated and relaxed, be also able to compromise.
P.s. to all my dears from London, Bogota, Germany, Bangladesh, Italy, Spain, Thai, Turkey, Brazil and all over the world… I remember our days spent in London and wish we’d meet up in India one day for a long talk and great time together.
Hope u’re all well.