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All my inhibitions and feelings I normally have had about developing I’m always forced to do things I’m not qualified for like being nice to stupid people shirt countries are not there. I have traveled a lot and I have visited many countries where I don’t feel comfortable. There is something about India, something about this land the feels oddly familiar. I am alone, yet I don’t feel uncomfortable as I thought I would. I don’t particularly care for my colleagues, they seem a little too aggressive and too city-like for me, but somehow I really like all of the other people I have come in contact with. The people seem kind, with kind eyes and nice hearts, not what I was expecting at all.We arrived tonight at I am exhausted and can only think about laying down flat as opposed to being upright and bumpy along the dirt, unfinished road that lead us into the last stretch of into Badami.As I lay down writing this, I cant help but think about the journey from Goa and a conversation about Varanasi and the Hindu sect who are basically cannibals of the dead.what
I learned was that they eat some I’m always forced to do things I’m not qualified for like being nice to stupid people shirt of the dead person for special supernatural powers. I’m not one to judge customs and I am open to other people’s beliefs, but this did leave a particular impression and thinking of this still is a little disturbing to me.For now I need to switch my brain off. Tomorrow is a new day I am sleeping in Badami and I have not even seen what this place looks like! I woke very early, to the sound of call to prayer. I fell asleep around 1 am last night and woke at 5.30am to the call. I normally sleep eight hours, but was way too excited to see where I was.I pulled back the curtains I stepped onto the balcony it was still dark. I watched the sun rise and to my surprise I could see temples…I was left breathless, it was one of the most beautiful sunrises I ever witnessed. I started to cry, I wasn’t sad I was crying because of the beauty, it had shocked me and pleased me. I didn’t expect it.