Travelling is a way much pretentious to me than any other things. When Someone talks about it, I personally hate it because we are not searching for guide book or manual, that tells us how to travel? How to be disciplined?? Wohh! This metaphors make me feel like a runt listening to a story teller without knowing the depth of it. I remember this trip where my parents were talking about adjustments, habits. Travelling also refreshes your old memories connected to that place. I still recognize that my father was telling me something 'do ordinary things, don't allow yourself to waste your time to take an actions on your thoughts . Learn the habits to control it. It's kind of natural instincts that connect you with the travelling. Visualise the power of your habits because it's actually inbuilt in your body and it happens in real when you travel .. That turn you and build you
So keep travelling Nd exploring #Indiantrain#indianrailway#traveldiaries#indiantrainjourneys #Ms diaries
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"Le véritable voyage de découverte ne consiste pas à chercher de nouveaux paysages, mais à avoir de nouveaux yeux" ~ Marcel Proust ~ Here I am between Kanayannur and Kadavanthra in the South of India .
Reason number 1 : Because of the people. I have never seen more fortifying smiles and spontaneous generosity than in India. I am saying fortifying because obviously sometimes I felt pretty worried about travelling alone.
I can remember being in the night train before departure. I know I would spend my night and more (18 hours) in this train. Everyone around could obviously notice that I was a foreigner and a little unconfortable. People spontaneously smiled to me, talked to me or shared food with me without asking me anything in exchange. The night train has been less scary thanks to them.
People acted this way every time I travelled by train.
My best memories and biggest fears took place is this slow but magical means of transportation #indiantrain#indiantrainjourneys#solofemaletraveler#voyageensolo