Just because you are poor doesn’t mean you have to become a beggar. This interesting baba spends six months a year traveling the mountains of northern India, panning for gemstones in the rivers and valleys. He then spends the next six months in central India getting the stones polished, cut and sold. What started as a simple gesture of supporting locals by buying local turned into a crazy 30min conversation that left me amazed. It’s these encounters with locals that is why I travel. Why do you

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