My Parallel Travel Packing List to Nepal and India

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7 Responses

  1. Lydia Smith says:

    Awwn. I liked how you sectioned the post. It was an easy read and I was able to jot down. I never paid much attention to my emotional needs, no wonder I get a bit temperamental whenever I’m under fatigue.

    • Teja says:

      Self-care is important! Especially as a traveler, we are always surrounded by others – other travelers, hosts, and people in the countries we visit. And you know, you can’t be sensitive to the emotional needs of others unless you learn to manage your own.

  2. neha says:

    It was an interesting read. By the way, I am from India. And I always find it interesting to see someone’s perspective about it , someone who doesn’t hail from India. I can understand why you were warned about Varanasi. And about that border – I walked a road where houses on one side belonged to India and on the other side to Nepal. Now, that is called real human unity!

    • Teja says:

      Hahah it must be so strange to you, that people are nervous about things so normal for you! But I guess, I could have written this for a lot of destinations – Easter Island, Peru, Mexico, Namibia… (did I just give away my bucket list?)

  3. Penny says:

    How we perceive risks tells us who we are. How we react to risks defines us!
    You are one hell of an inspiring lady. Nothing is ever going to get you down! I’m sure Nepal is going to be just fine.

    • Teja says:

      Hahah! Thanks! Rains forecast for a week at least! Those waterproof hiking pants I bought better be for real!

  4. Lydia Smith says:

    Thanks for this infotmative post. I’ll try to emulate your steps to see if I can achieve my goals of being a sustainable traveler