I haven’t slowed down since my mom’s death in October last year. Maybe it was my way of coping with the loss. So, when this project to visit McLeodgunj came my way (yes on good days, bloggers get to do this too), I was apprehensive. Mountains force you to slow down, they make you feel small and remind you of how unimportant you are, I wasn’t sure if I was ready to be with myself yet. What’s worse is that it had been years since I took a bus for a long journey and did a backpacking kind of a trip. But I’m glad I went ahead with it because, even though I didn’t realize it, it was time for me to slow down. I will try to give out all the details of the journey and at the end of it some pointers as well and loads and loads of pictures.
I have been trying to put my travel experience in words but have failed too many times so I decided to go ahead with the pictures and videos. I wanted a real break from everything. Last one and a half years of my life have been very hectic and the only thing I wanted to do on my vacation was nothing at all and not even be on social media. I will be happy to help in case you need recommendation on where to eat, stay or how to stay safe in Pattaya. Just click on any image to scroll through my journey. (And I upload a lot more on my instagram, IG handle anupriyakapur).