Kadama 18: Wild Boars - hmmm
Trip Start Jul 12, 2012
71Trip End Dec 01, 2012
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We then traveled to the rock fields that we pass everyday going to class but never have the time to actually walk back and see what beauty lies. For about thirty minutes, we climbed, jumped and posed on the rocks that are naturally covering the ground. Along the way we spotted wild boars with their babies. While I was taking pictures of them, I was quite nervous because I did not know if they were vicious or not. Our new friend Moha rode this bike beside them and they scurried away so that eased my nerves.
Shannon and I ran into a random shrine in the middle of nowhere. There were offerings inside, dried leaves wreaths hanging in front and a spot for a sacrificial fire. Moha said that when Indians use the land for a substantial purpose (such as building a university) they give back and thank the land by the use of a shrine.
Amidst the broken glass, broken plates and pools of water, I found a key; a simple little, beaten up key laying smack dab in the middle of the rock forest. Upon picking it up, I felt a sense of acceptance from the country and it made me grin from ear to ear.
Enjoy the photographs and there will be more to come of other parts of my campus.