There are many reasons to answer the question “why”. First of all and don´t call me silly but I like it. Why do I like it? Because it makes me feel better. Not better than the others but it gives me the feeling that I´m doing something good for other people, that my work actually means something.
If you want to be close to nature, go to India. It´s a place, where nature is everywhere, even in the city, even on the desert. You will see it sometimes with its flora but mostly by its fauna. Yes, I mean by the animals.
I didn´t really have any plans regarding Bangalore. Mostly just visiting Haider and seeing the Infosys Headquarters, as I´ve been working for the company over 1,5 years and everywhere in the building you could see the screens and pictures from the heart of the company.
Although I spent in Goa altogether more than 3 weeks there will be only one post about it. The reason is because I really have to catch up with the other countries, so chop chop chop back to work! Goa is one of the most beautiful places I have seen in India and the second one which made me think about settling down there. There are 2 parts of it, North Goa with the capital in Panjim/Panaji and South Goa with the capital in Margao. And South Goa was really wonderful. This is a place worth spending your time.
After almost 24 hours (!) me being awake and on the way I finally made it to Gokarna. Places with one of the most beautiful beaches in India! I met there bunch of people and our lifeways crossed again later!
You can all laugh but before my arrival to India I was always convinced that Bollywood is actually a place you can visit, same as Hollywood in L.A. It appeared to be different after I arrived to Mumbai, the capital of Bollywood. There are many movie studios, and many guide tours but Bollywood as a “Movie city” doesn´t really exist.
I want to be clear about this: Mumbai is way too big to sum it up in 10 points, there are many more points of interests there and as I haven´t see everything, I will focus on things I liked most.