Judgement much? 🙄
Have you ever come across people who interrupt you in between your travel story and tell you that 'THIS IS NOTHING' and that they have been here, here and here and it is the best? Annoying isn't it? 😒
Good for them. If they think like that so be it. But Everyone is not the same and everyone may not like the same things. To each his own. The idea of beautiful places of me can be very different than you and that's ok! I have seen people judging others, saying, 'you are so touristy. why do you want to do everything touristy? Let's explore and do some adventure, go find a lake and take a dip. Let's be true travellers'.- well, what is a true traveller? People who go with their families don't have one month to explore each place. May be the idea of traveling for them is different than yours! And that's ok too!
Travelling fulltime is not easy. It needs discipline. We ourselves are travellers who try to travel every weekend. And we try to find places that are less explored, less crowded and we try to explore local things around. Because we like it that way. But who are we to judge anyone with different ideas?😊 Let's just be happy with the fact that morr and more people are coming out of their comfort zones & getting the importance of travel.
What do you all think about it? We would really like to know your opinions (that is in case you read the entire post, I know it's pretty lengthy 😳) FYI this is me being touristy af.😉🤣 Aaaaand it's not even real Taj Mahal. It's a 3D art piece in Mysore! 😋
@trellingbangalore @travulls @natgeotravellerindia
Have you heard of 'Forest Bathing'? A Japanese practice of Shinrin-yoku is all about being with trees!
Such a beautiful thought isn't it? ❤️ Surround yourself with trees, greenness and peace!
While having conversations with @rajeshmkurpad at @sholaashack , our usual spot was the big balcony right next to the reception. We sat there for hours, the 3 of us. Spoke about forests, peacefulness watched fireflies move, come closer to us as they know we are not a threat! ✨Sitting there and admiring the forest led to this conversation of 'forest Bathing'. Rajesh told us all about it and it just got registered somewhere very close to our hearts.
Our trips have always been about getting out of the city and experiencing wilderness and relax.
Dont we all feel comfortable around trees?
This eco therapy helps in reducing stress harmone production and improves the feeling of well-being.
After all, we all are looking for the same thing isn't it? A feeling of well-being! Feeling of being peaceful, relaxed and happy? Roaming around the forests with this perspective is something else! 🌲
@willmeara I think you understand me! 😇
@sholaashack @rajeshmkurpad thank you so much for introducing us to the concept! 😇 Grateful! .
@natgeotravellerindia @travulls @keralaphotos @vibes_of_wayanad @forestbathing_
The best traveling moment of 2017 had to be this! Both of us taking our first dive on our 2nd anniversary in Andamans!
I am extremely scared of water and can't swim yet this is something I wanted to do with @thebeardedwarrier and I could only trust him to take this step ahead with!
Those 40 mins were so magnificent for both is us that those memories will never be faded!
2 years back we are taking vows of being with each other no matter what, and after 2 years we were under water remembering our vows! 😘😁 @flbresorts @thebeardedwarrier .