Well dear readers, I have to write the words of truth to each and every one of you out there and with that, tell you that everything in this world need to run its course.Cwenga and I have been in India for too long and it is time for us to start thinking of when we should hop on a plane and go back home to Sweden, and with that comes the fact that we are ending this blog, yes i know this feels like a mortar strike. The vacation have been long and we have really lived through very good times, and sometimes crazy and a bit scary moments, that is hands down, going to be a memoryfor life.
I am personally very happy that we made these trips, yes I can admit that it was a bit rough when we landed and checked in to our hotel here in India, and that Cwenga and I really missed Germany, but we made it through the bad times and we laughed trough the good times. Living in India these weeks have been one of the most educating and interesting weeks in my life and have not regret it one bit that we decided to go over here.
Visiting different parts and seeing the peoples who live here have been an education in its self. It have been extremely important to meet and talk with people around every small little city here and Delhi. We in the western world need to start picking up the fight for equal rights in India, where men and women should be treated the same and have the same conditions in life. We need to start the fight against the starvations, unemployment, illiterate and speeding of deceases amongst the people, they also need a motivation to go on and start to make improvements and changes in their lives so we actually could change the world in a small way.
I would say that I’m leaving India with a good feeling, with “butterflies” in my stomach just like a person who just came home after a vacation and have many weeks of their "freedom" left to spend enjoying the summer. I’m going to arrive home happy and well rested from the ramblings around the globe, but I will have everything good and bad that I saw, and every kind person I met in India and talked to on my mind, maybe for the rest of my life.
Stay safe and take care.