His story is the story of so many kids we ignore every day on India’s streets.
In 2013, when I went location independent and started travelling indefinitely without a home, Instagram was still in its infancy. Thank heavens. Although I had dreamy notions of what my life of long term travel might look like, I had somewhat realistic expectations of the challenges of a digital nomad: financial sustainability, the constant goodbyes, long stretches of poor wifi. Unlike my current Instagram feed, my head wasn’t exploding with perfect images of myself in a perfectly flowing dress on a perfect day in a perfectly isolated backdrop… Every time I look at a sky full of stars, I know that the darkness within each of us is a thing of beauty too 👀 . . On a dark, lonely night in Pachmarhi – Madhya Pradesh's only "hill station", I found myself under an incredible night sky with a naturalist from @forsythlodge and a local guide from Pachmarhi. The three of us, lost souls in our own ways, stood there watching the crescent moon set behind the hills, spotting shooting stars, deciphering constellations and the rustling in the …
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This small, remote village in Maharashtra might never have found its way to India’s travel map.
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I felt like I was in a futuristic fairytale, tweeting from 38,000 feet above earth using superfast wifi.
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Long ago, when I adopted a nomadic life, I imagined that traveling responsibly – conscious of my impact on the local people and the environment – meant slumming it out.
I’m going to remember 2016 as the year I imprinted myself into the sky.