The different faces of India

Versión en español: Las deferentes caras de India


Varanasi, between living and dead

Varanasi the oldest city in India, bathed in the holy waters of the Ganges River. Is a city with tiny streets, temples on every corner and bonfires prepared to cremate dead bodies 24 hours a day. All Hindu want to die in this place and do not matter from which place in India they have to come; their families will take his body there or at least its ashes.

A year ago, I had the opportunity to travel to India and live there for five months, it was a very enriching experience for my life. From long time, I have had the dream to travel and have approaches with different cultures and places. Among those, I wanted to meet India, but I never imagined that it would be truth so soon, besides it was missing me four months to finish college and leave everything sounded illogical; but I decided to do it and I do not regret anything.

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Colorful sunsets in Aruba

Aruba is a simply wonderful place, is part of the Netherlands Antilles in the Caribbean is not very large in size but has everything you need to be happy and enjoy some unforgettable days.

This is my first publication and I’m glad I dared to take the first step. I am temporarily living in Aruba, since I recently graduated from college and am in the process of finding an occupation.

Since childhood I have a weird obsession with fish and water, so my happiness is synonymous with beach, sea, sand and wind. But I learned to swim when I was already large which means about three years ago, I did together with my boyfriend whom I asked him to come with me for swimming lessons at my university because I felt shame and fear. Of course He already knew how to swim and now he is a triathlete, in my case, I’m still afraid to make a dive; but I learnt how to swim that was the important thing.

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