I have been travelling the Indian roads for now a week, and I have to tell you: it is something totally unreal! India is different, very different. As interesting as it is to discover, things could be at times hard to swallow. Think of anything, it’s India: constant honking in the streets, absolutely insane and cahotic driving, persistant smell of urine, orphans picking up garbage-soon-to-be-food down on the rail track, baby left in the middle of the street… it screams poverty for miles away. But it is also an historic scenery, incredible constructions of the 17th century, a mix of camels, elephants, sacred cows, dogs and monkeys chilling in the streets, colours and spices at the bazaar, amazing food and teas but most of all, genuine and beautiful people. You can’t go anywhere without having someone offering you a cup of tea. After exploring the Golden Triangle (Delhi, Jaipur and Agra), I now make my way to Kathmandu, Nepal.