Indian mothers of all ages make travel a priority, going on holiday to be happier humans and indulge their interests
I stuck my head out of the window, hoping the wind would help dry off the sweat running down the sides of my face. It was a sweltering hot March day. The 6-hour bus ride from Velas to Mumbai felt like torture at that point, but the two days I had taken off to see the annual turtle hatching ritual were entirely worth it. It was not just the spectacle of watching the hatchlings inch towards the water that was memorable, it was also the first time I had taken a trip by myself after our daughter was born. The small discomforts paled in comparison to the joy I experienced in pandering to my own wishes, a small ask which had become more difficult given the many demands on my time.
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