Finished the trek today to thunderous claps and cheers of adoring villagers… At least in my head they were there. Definitely, definitely the hardest thing I have ever done. The altitude absolutely killed me… The migraines were like two people having a saucepan battle to the death in my brain, the nausea destroyed my appetite to the point I lost so much weight I’ve got one of those thigh gaps now, the vommiting didn’t help my energy levels either, I got swollen pregnant woman hands, insomnia, a very sexy dry cough that made me sound as healthy as a scab ridden junkie on his last legs, the list goes on. But you just have to push on… Do or die! I mean, in the immortal words of the voice of my generation: ain’t about how fast I get there, ain’t about what’s waiting on the other side, it’s a climb. Now the plan is: stay this skinny… Said no Tali ever! This morning I ordered a breakfast for champions… greasy, fatty, fried potatoes! And a fanta because why the fuck not! The real plan is: never go up stairs or elevated terrain again.
Anonymous asked: you're so incredibly lucky to travel to all these amazing places! all your pictures are beautiful, I hope you're having a great time :)
Thank you!!! I’ll make sure to keep uploading the highlights and when I get home you can see the rest of my photos my inkalily flicker account :) peace and love xox
Anonymous asked: I'm sorry you had to start the journey with such a bad experience. Unfortunately it might not b the last. Thats the thing about india nothing works properly here, nothing is perfect but still we thrive n r content. I used to think the rest of the world was like this untill I met an american couple in a train who had been travelling india for 2 months. We talked for a long time about the country, its beliefs, marriages etc etc. it was an eye opening conversation for me. i realised how the rest of
No need to apologise! Its not your fault… I try and be as least ethnocentric as I can be when I go overseas. Each country has their own culture and that’s just how it rolls.