Travel 

Indian Vibes

A "journey" started in India, an experience that change lives and where I immersed myself in a world apart, suspended between past and future, letting me be carried away by the myriad of contrasting sensations and emotions that nature and vibrations of these lands are able to unleash.

A "journey" started from India, an experience that can change lives, an opportunity to immerse myself in a world apart, suspended between past and future, letting me be carried away by the myriad of contrasting sensations and emotions that nature and vibrations of these lands are able to unleash. India, a majestic land with many contrasts. Nature, people and their vibrations awaken a myriad of feelings and contrasting emotions, like when I see their millenary traditions and vision towards progress coexisting with very harsh living conditions and the damage of the planet, that some of these traditions have

A "journey" started in India, an experience that change lives and where I immersed myself in a world apart, suspended between past and future, letting me be carried away by the myriad of contrasting sensations and emotions that nature and vibrations of these lands are able to unleash.

Indian Vibes

Spirit of  the Journey

Journeying the vast land from south to north, you not only learn about culture and get inside it - going through secondary roads, seeing things tourists usually don't see, taking transport used by local people: hitchhiking, auto rickshaw, walking routes. A journey where I immersed myself in nature, felt its vibrations, discovered, walked, ventured among the villages and the culture of the place. I visited ashrams, always keeping in touch with spirituality, the symbol of India, a journey based on continuously knowing myself.

Without a definitive itinerary, I let myself be guided by my intuition... letting things flow, making me be transported by events and also by unforeseen events: choosing a place and starting from there, with so many unknowns ahead.

Spirit of  the Journey

Journeying the vast land from south to north, you not only learn about culture and get inside it - going through secondary roads, seeing things tourists usually don't see, taking transport used by local people: hitchhiking, auto rickshaw, walking routes. A journey where I immersed myself in nature, felt its vibrations, discovered, walked, ventured among the villages and the culture of the place. I visited ashrams, always keeping in touch with spirituality, the symbol of India, a journey based on continuously knowing myself.

Without a definitive itinerary, I let myself be guided by my intuition... letting things flow, making me be transported by events and also by unforeseen events: choosing a place and starting from there, with so many unknowns ahead.

Spirit of the journey

Journeying the vast land from south to north, you not only learn about culture and get inside it - going through secondary roads, seeing things tourists usually don't see, taking transport used by local people: hitchhiking, auto rickshaw, walking routes. A journey where I immersed myself in nature, felt its vibrations, discovered, walked, ventured among the villages and the culture of the place. I visited ashrams, always keeping in touch with spirituality, the symbol of India, a journey based on continuously knowing myself.

Without a definitive itinerary, I let myself be guided by my intuition... letting things flow, making me be transported by events and also by unforeseen events: choosing a place and starting from there, with so many unknowns ahead.

 

Spirit of the journey

Journeying the vast land from south to north, you not only learn about culture and get inside it - going through secondary roads, seeing things tourists usually don't see, taking transport used by local people: hitchhiking, auto rickshaw, walking routes. A journey where I immersed myself in nature, felt its vibrations, discovered, walked, ventured among the villages and the culture of the place. I visited ashrams, always keeping in touch with spirituality, the symbol of India, a journey based on continuously knowing myself.

Without a definitive itinerary, I let myself be guided by my intuition... letting things flow, making me be transported by events and also by unforeseen events: choosing a place and starting from there, with so many unknowns ahead.

Transport

Transport

Transport

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Walking

Traveling by foot is the oldest way of getting around. Getting around slowly helped me get a better taste of the landscape, and pay more attention to the places to visit and the people I met. Moving quietly also helped me find my own inner rhythm and my own pace.

Walking

Traveling by foot is the oldest way of getting around. Getting around slowly helped me get a better taste of the landscape, and pay more attention to the places to visit and the people I met. Moving quietly also helped me find my own inner rhythm and my own pace.

Walking

Traveling by foot is the oldest way of getting around. Getting around slowly helped me get a better taste of the landscape, and pay more attention to the places to visit and the people I met. Moving quietly also helped me find my own inner rhythm and my own pace.

Walking

Traveling by foot is the oldest way of getting around. Getting around slowly helped me get a better taste of the landscape, and pay more attention to the places to visit and the people I met. Moving quietly also helped me find my own inner rhythm and my own pace.

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Autorickshaw

Traveling in an auto rickshaw is common in India. In it I traveled slowly and with open sides I was in close contact with what surrounded me; seeing, smelling and experiencing what the real India has to offer.

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Train and Bus

Bus and train journeys allow me to observe the landscapes and get to know the locals and their habits, especially the unforgettable night trips.

Train and Bus

Bus and train journeys allow me to observe the landscapes and get to know the locals and their habits, especially the unforgettable night trips.

Train and Bus

Bus and train journeys allow me to observe the landscapes and get to know the locals and their habits, especially the unforgettable night trips.

Train and bus 

Bus and train journeys allow me to observe the landscapes and get to know the locals and their habits, especially the unforgettable night trips.

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Hitchhiking

An opportunity to make friends, to talk about local culture, food and see and feel how people live in India. 

THE WAY OF WANDERLUST

THE WAY OF WANDERLUST

© 2019 Anna Baldassarre, All Rights Reserved.

© 2018 Anna Baldassarre, All Rights Reserved.

© 2018 Anna Baldassarre, All Rights Reserved.

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