Shivam Yatra, Mylapore, Chennai — a few xenophobic travelers
HkHkl01 on Aug 19, 2019
One of these nepalese girls, who made fun o[censored]s, was vomiting for half an hour at night the last time we shared a room with them out of sheer tolerance for humanity rather than for other cultures. Then, that girl started to ask me personal questions, which i did not like and we had to put up with those two princesses, who talked to our guide making us give up on our cots as we moved in with them. Though she blocked the bathroom for half an hour to vomit, we never said anything to them about their culture or anything else. Then, the moment i started doing pranayama, she imitated us and she felt better. Again, when we needed to repack our items constantly because shivam never briefed us just when we began booking and paying for our trip as to how the number of things we would need to carry would reduce over the days to come, these girls would make fun o[censored]s saying that we were responsible for their lack of sleep. They forget though how indian pranayama that the very indian god mahadeva or shiva, whom they have come to visit, helped her to stop vomiting instantly. They only care about themselves and try to do their best to interfere in the lives of others. Shivam nepal should have never given them so many liberties. Whenever i gave them a piece of my mind, they would mock me more and more while forgetting the purpose for which they have come here. They just keep on putting make-up instead of praying to god to help them. Even if we talk to each other, we are the victims of their mockery. I will suggest to giri trading to stop spoiling their name by associating with shivam yatra. We never had the privacy to change our dresses or even freedom to talk to each other while they were mocking us. God help such people. Instead of feeling comfortable, we felt like we were being held hostage by these two.
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