My trip in India in less than 360 words
Cultural diverse India
What makes India so unique?
One could say their extensive history with different empires that arrived at their lands.
Others their extensively diverse food, weather, and large population.
The truth is there is no specific answer.
A unique land of vibrant colors, breathtaking landscapes, and rich history, India is unlike any other. From the writhing streets of Mumbai to the idyllic shores of the Andaman Islands, this remarkable country offers a diverse feast for the senses. For those who are willing, India will lead you on an incredible journey of history and culture.
Another country, another reality
As a Panamanian myself, I recognize we are a small country both in land and population.
Viewing the world on such a minus scale is no surprise we feel the surreal experience of India in terms of land, population, and history.
A swirling spectacle of sights, sounds, and vibrant colors we got to see different parts of Delhi, and went to Shimla, Agra, and Chandigarh, enjoying our journey with an open mind.
Why India is not what you think, (is better)
As a guy who has lived almost all their life in just one city, I didn´t have a lot of practical experience aside from books, videos, and articles.
India is incredibly extensive to my knowledge where you could find all kinds of things that blow your imagination.
Life in India can be joyous, tough, colorful, stressful, and chaotic but never boring.
The things you can do with amazing people.
Getting together amazing people from democracies around the world where they share their experiences and learn about the history, culture, and politics of India, is what the gen-next is all about.
In less than 2 weeks, my learning was bigger than any other videos, articles, or information that I could have found.
Time goes flying, and although you can have more things, travels, and stuff; At the end of all, experiences remained, with the knowledge that people shared with you. I could not tell you exactly what the future holds, but my 10 days in India surely won´t be forgotten.