Hello, everybody. You must know that I am originally from India and born here, in America. My mom has put me in a classical Indian dance called Kathak to be close to my culture, but I still wonder what’s across the sea and what my culture is really about. That’s why my mother booked a flight to my native country, India.
We were going to take the flight called Emirates, an Arabic plane. Once we got to the airport, we waited in line to enter the Emirate plane, but the staff said that we didn’t reserve a spot in the plane. The staff and my dad tried as hard to find our reserved spots, but they couldn’t. Then my dad found some empty spots in a plane called Lufthansa going to India. My dad reserved the spots and left as we ran to the plane. It was me, my brother, and my mother who were going to depart from America.
As soon as we were in the plane, I organized my place so it’s not so messy and suffocated overnight. I sat comfortably in to the blue and orange seat to watch my favorite plane movie, The Ice Age. When night came, I was very uncomfortable and unable to sleep, but eventually, I did. The next morning breakfast was served. I continued to finish the movie Ice Age. When I was done, I decided to watch the next movie. Then the hostess collected the headphones and I was unable to watch the next Ice Age movie.
In India, we first visited my grandparents, my mom’s side, and my dad’s side.
When visiting my mom’s side, I performed a dance on a song called “Dholi Taro” a Hindi, Bollywood dance sung by Deepika Padukone(a famous actress). I also learned how to make some fun Indian designs that people make out of called rangoli.
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We also visited my cousins in Bangalore and Bhopal. Here we went to the arcade and the mall to shop for some Indian antique fun. I also got to see my favorite sister, Amika.
The next thing we knew it, we were strolling in Jaipur to buy some nice jewelry and riding on elephants.
In Jaipur, we also visited Chokhi Dhani, a wonderful, festive, and Indian world.
So much food was served we barely could stand up.
It was time to go back. I had such a wonderful time and Finally I had discovered my true inner self.