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Let’s begin – How my India trip made my child dream come true


Let’s begin!

As far as I can remember I have always wanted to write a travel blog. It started a long time ago when I was still a little girl during the holiday trip with my parents to Mallorca.
With every next trip I have dreamed of writing travel books, guides or some short articles about my travel experience. But every time after coming back home I was too absorbed with the everyday life and forgot about writing. And so, to materialize my first travel article I had to wait about 20 years and visit a lot of great places until I’ve come to India!

India overwhelmed me – this is how I should start this post.

You may love India or hate it.
Personally, I love everything Indian: food, movies, art, fashion and culture. India has always topped my holidays dream list. Last year I was in India for the first time. It was a typical business trip, I spent two weeks in a luxurious Hilton hotel. Most of the time I had to work and used only hotel transport so I did not see much. I could admire the “real” India only on my way to and from work, during daily breaks and weekends. Nonetheless, I “touched” India a little bit and when organizing this year’s trip I knew what to expect there.

And yet again India overwhelmed me … I mean it! When writing this I was staying in a great air-conditioned hotel with a cold drink in my hand and looking at the pool outside. Instead of exploring Delhi on my last day.
Me – passionate about traveling, sun and active holidays, a big fan of Beata Pawlikowska and Martyna Wojciechowska (polish travelers). But that day I had enough and could not wait to come back to my beloved “chilly” Ireland!

The day before we caught the train to Agra to visit the famous Taj Mahal. During that one day I cried two times. I told you: India overwhelmed me! But now, sitting in my home, I can truly say that it was worth it! In the next posts I will tell you why 🙂 See you later!


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