India: Our Top Picks...
#1- Our Favourites
And our least favourites...
SHANE: Everyone seems to have an ulterior motive
I'm a little bit of a people person and I love talking to locals and asking them about there community and country. I found having a genuine conversation in India really difficult because 95% of the time it lead to being asked for money or a favour and after awhile you become extremely skeptical. I fully understand the difficult lifestyle that people face and money can be hard to earn but I felt here more then anywhere I have been that no matter what was being said or how friendly someone may seem that there was always an ulterior motive.
India is famous for its "Taj Mahal" and the famous 2010 movie entitled "Slumdog Millionaire". But the truth is, India has so much to offer more than we visualize it. The time you spent in Bandhavgarh National Park makes you realize that wildlife in India is protected by the people and its government. For me, a country that puts protection to wildlife deserves so much respect because that's one way of honoring nature. There are fields we should never touch, isn't it? By the way. Indians are said to be friendly too. Hopefully, all these rumors are factual!
Leave a Reply.