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Solo Indian Woman Traveler by [Rose, Amy]

Solo Indian Woman Traveler Kindle Edition

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I started travelling when I was in college at the age of 21, first in small groups and then on my own. After I got a job and attained so called financially and socially independent, my wanderlust was insatiable. Over the last 15 years, I have wandered across more than 150 cities, 27 countries spanning five continents.
Each travel taught me a lesson that no book could ever do. Every stamp on my passport has a story which became a part of my being. Every traveler goes through a journey of self-realization and introspection in travels. When you watch, green meadows passing through a train window or fly over endless sea floating in clouds, the randomness and profoundness of your own thoughts amaze you at times.
During my travels, I have been mugged and attacked, lost my passport and money and was followed by men. I have slept through the night hungry because my hotel didn’t have anything to eat and it was too late to go out. I have stayed in for days because of sickness. I have been to places where you can only go out using office provided safe cab and are instructed not to step out otherwise. I have reached my destination with luggage delays and I have missed connecting flights.
I have also danced under London bridge on the tunes of a drum player and people left him a generous tip for which I got a warm hug. I have been given free shots because I won a game of double wine cork standing from a local in the US. We had picnic by a beautiful lake known only to locals on our way from Budapest to Zela. I met a woman names kali in Brazil who was named after our goddess and who wants to wear Sabayasachi for her wedding.
In around 200 trips I have learnt that you can never be too cautious and too prepared. We live in the dangerous times but then the one who must wander, won’t be stopped. she will just be more prepared to face problems that may surface during the travel.
Of all the things, I always keep in mind “there are more good people in the world than bad”.
There is much more in the world to feel and experience that can ever be written and told.
This is my way of sharing my experiences, to help other fellow travelers when they embark in their journeys.

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  • Print Length: 32 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B07317M73S
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
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