I’ve been away from the blog for 6 months, and I didn’t post all last years trips. I guess I needed this time off. Since September last year, I’ve been trying to reinvent myself looking at the world around me and embracing what life and the Universe give me every day. And I’ve been also traveling a lot, from South East Asia all the way to London, visiting my beloved Honduras, receiving New Year in Colombia, all the way back to New York and finally coming back to India to visit the world most precious jewel, The Taj Mahal. I finally had a chance to start exploring India, and one of my 2018 goals is to have more adventures at new places.
It’s been 1 year, 1 month and 11 days in India, living an adventure each day and growing in so many ways. I’ve tried and failed in so many things I have set my mind off, but here I am renovating my soul with everything that happens around me and the little things I do.
Miles away I’ve found myself surrounded by amazing people that add meaning and purpose to my existence and set my soul on fire. I found out we are all connected someway and somehow and we are meant to bump into each other to make life meaningful. Completely blessed to have the chance to go anywhere I want, whenever I want to, I figured that traveling the world sharing the best of me, is what I’m meant to do.
People say that India changes you, I think you change because you grow in so many ways in a place with so many contrasts, that does not discriminate religion or culture. Chaotically beautiful, and illogically enriching, you grow in patience, understanding, kindness, respect, self-awareness but overall you grow in love.
I will only share a few pictures of the past months in India, as I’ve decided to create individual and detailed posts for every adventure and trip I make. With nothing else to say, just to remind you to dare to do something new today, something worth and life-changing. Share the joy of living and your light to everyone around you.
From India with love & joy,
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