Why I left India Earlier Than Planned
I’m back in Europe and it feels great! 🙂
You have to tolerate a lot when traveling in India and some weeks ago I came to the point where I just couldn’t deal with it anymore.
There’s a couple of things about India that has been more challenging than any other thing and that’s the uncleanliness and the staring from men.
India is a disgustingly dirty country, there is no other way to put it and no one can tell anything different after they’ve been there.
The other thing is the staring. I don’t mind if people look with curiosity, but the staring from the men in India.. it’s like they are retarded (sorry, but that’s the most accurate word I can use) and it’s just so annoying.
This obviously means that you have to wear clothes that covers up your body even if it’s over 40 degrees outside, and you can forget about swimming unless you want men to be flocking around you.
As I mentioned in the beginning you have to tolerate things in India that you don’t have to deal with in the Western world simply because the mentality (and overall human development) is different but this doesn’t mean I hated being there.
On the contrary I enjoyed the trip very much and it was a great adventure; I’ve experienced a lot of wonderful things and so on but for the reasons I have stated here (and a few others as well) I’m never going back to India again.
I just became fed up with traveling there only to meet filth, garbage, uncleanliness and staring everywhere I went and I said to myself that if I could go back to Spain now, I would, without a shadow of a doubt I absolutely would.
The day finally came when I had reached my limit of what I could take when it came to the negative things about India and I felt done with India and everything that comes with traveling there, simple as that.
And Life heard me loud and clear because the morning after I said that to myself I woke up and checked my inbox and saw that I had received an email with a message that made it possible for me to go back to Spain earlier..!
A door had opened for me and I was so happy I could not stop smiling, it was such a relief! 🙂
So I’m back, I arrived last night and it feels wonderful. Great to be able to do normal things and live in hygienic conditions again.
And to have a good Internet connection!
Here’s one last photo album from my traveling in India:
Hope you enjoy 🙂