So as this journey comes to an end I look forward to going back home, I look forward to seeing everyone again and going back to some normality, I will never burry my suitcase or even my backpack but for now I will put it in storage at least for a little while untill I hit the road once again.
So as a final note, India truley is incredible. When I first landed my first instinct was that it was a rich country and while I have only seen and experienced 10% of India I most certainly believe that it is one of the richest countries I've visited so far.
India is rich in it's colour, from peoples houses, to the sarees worn and clothes hanging from self made washing lines on top of roof top terraces, even the litter lying on the ground is colourful. India is vibrant with colour there is no conner of India that is not splashed with colour. It's rich in culture and religion from the man with a mindir no matter how small in his shop and his house to the thousands of people who will stand in a crowded, cramped, hot and sweaty que for hours just to see 5mins of the inside of a temple and pray for blessings. India is rich in it's landscape from mountain tops to river banks and sea side beaches. It is rich in history from emperors to kings and queens and it's fight to indipendance. It is rich in technology and electronics. But most of all it is rich in its people, from the farmers in the villages, to the beggars on the street, to the hard selling street vendors that don't know what 'no' means, to the rickshaw guy who sometimes drives on the wrong side of the road, there are so many personalities and characters it is impossible to list them all.
And so India might not be the wealthiest country in the world but from my experience it is most certainly is one of the richest countries.