. . .because I want to quit my job and travel
“It wasn’t the cliff I wanted jump from and conquer, they were my own thoughts”
Just like every other traveller I had this thing for travel since my childhood; I was fond of accompanying my father on his official tours to cities and even villages, even if it meant missing my school. I was attracted to new places, I used to have sleepless nights just thinking about the place and how would it treat me, yes they seldom came along with disappointments too (Oh! Those good old days). I really never wanted those days to end, but then primary education turned into secondary to senior secondary and missing school for travelling became a distant dream.
After pursuing my post-graduation in journalism I desperately wanted a break and that is when I decided to take a solo trip to Rishikesh. That was my first experience of travelling alone and it was filled with nervousness and excitement at the same time. I wished for the roads to never end.
In a moment when I was standing at the edge of the cliff I realised it wasn’t just one question whether to jump or not, but it was also what if I don’t want any career? It was about “This Life vs. That Life’. The next moment I jumped from the cliff and sunk into the mighty ‘Ganges’, I realised what I wanted (and my happiness was followed by two more jumps).
Hi, I am Shambhavi and I want to take you with me on my travel expeditions. It’s been six months since I have fallen in love with nature and now there is no stopping!
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