30 Days in India
I finally set my foot in India on February 16, 2015. It felt more like an achievement to me since I’ve been wanting to visit this country since 2012.
Below are the places I was able to visit during my 30 days visa.
CHENNAI – 2 days
YELAGIRI HILLS – 2 days
PONDICHERRY – 2 days
COCHIN – 2 days
MUNNAR – 3 days
MUMBAI – 3 days
NEW DELHI – 3 days
JAISALMER – 6 days
JAIPUR – 3 days
AGRA – 2 days
The breathtaking views of Munnar and the relaxing atmosphere of Jaisalmer are my favorites.
There were local people who took care of me while I was in Chennai, Yelagiri Hills and Mumbai. There were expats I met in Jaisalmer who then took care of me in Jaipur and New Delhi. I’d say I had the most fun in these places. Having people to show you around makes a big difference. You get to see a totally different side of the city.
India is such a beautiful country. I just wish that people are more disciplined specially with trash and traffic. I find it pretty intense to go from one place to another. India can be overwhelming and drain your energy. 🙂
Today is my 30th day and I am leaving India with a feeling of contentment. Despite all the scary news we often hear about India specially for women, I safely finished my 30 days.
Here are my favorite pics taken during my trip in India.
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I am a woman consumed by wanderlust. I am outgoing but I also love to spend time alone, live for “being yourself”. I love new situations and to meet new people.
I am so proud of and amazed by you. You give me hope for a better tomorrow and a deeper appreciation for this amazing world. Love this blog for being able to keep up with your amazing travels. These are some beautiful pictures presented to us by a beautiful soul. I love you so much my friend.
Awww thanks Dustin! 🙂