Do It MeYoMe Way..!!!
Do it MeYoMe Way..!!!
Experience the inexperienced, see the unseen and explore the unexplored have become remedy to alleviate stress and rejuvenation for urbanites. The meaning of word travel has changed significantly over the last few years, more than hobby and passion travelling has become part of lifestyle for many. Traditionally our vacations revolve around few run to the mill destinations but with advent of various travelling platforms, many of young urbanites have adapted new way of travelling or vacations which help them unwind and reinvigorate them for another stressful week ahead.
India is a country with six lakhs villages where still traditional vibrant culture is alive, where still nature is in its purest form, where still hospitality comes from heart, where still food have taste of conventional recipes, all in all Indian villages have just enough to keep the body and soul together. Far away from digital city life with over flooded information, village and villages have lots of thing to offer to travel community of the world.
The best thing about villages is its people and their stories. Most of them are living purest and happiest way of life, same as R.K Narayan’s book, Malgudi days. They have an innate hospitality skill which is even hard to find at 5 star restaurants. Most exclusive thing about villages is their stories; history, geography, customs, nature, mythology; name the vertical and they will have story for it. These stories aren’t just for entertainment but will definitely vivify your soul and mind.
We always take pride of our four Vedas namely Rig-Veda, Sama-Veda, Yajur-Veda, and Atharva-Veda. Reading these Vedas would be difficult task for many but in many ways villages exemplify the facts of these Vedas, they still live ancient lifestyle in its pristine form. It would be amazing experience to witness traditions, emotions, notions and customs of ancient India practised with essence of modernisation.
If you haven’t visited bottom of Indian Pyramid, you don’t know real taste of India. Plucking organic vegetables from farms and cook it on Chulha is usual for villagers but for Urbinites it would be off beat experience. Many parts of rural India have preserved traditional cooking recipes; urbanites should go there and grab the taste of ancient India.
The way of living at MeYoMe
The dialogue of Christopher Mccandless to Ron Franz, “if you think that the joy of life comes principally from the joy of human relationships. God’s place is all around us, it is in everything and in anything we can experience. People just need to change the way they look at things”; is the essence of experiences at MeYoMe. People ask us how we are different from others, in phrase we say; “Experience it”. We are neither hotel nor villas but we ensure royally rustic experience to customer. Dance, Sing, Eat, Play, Read, Sleep, Swim; do whatever your heart says you to do.