Back from India!

2018-01-12 02:22:32

Happy New Year!

May 2018 bring peace, respect and bondage love to the entire world. 

I spent the month of December traveling India in Madhya Pradesh mostly.  It was a facinating experience, as this was my first (definitely not the last!) visit to India.  It was quite the journey!  I visited Delhi, Agra, Gwalior, Khajuraho, Orchha, Bhopal, Ujjain, Mandu, Kolkata, the Andaman Islands, and then back to Delhi!  The photo pictured here was taken in Delhi on our way out, and shows the air pollution/smog/fog that plagues Delhi and delays many, many flights!  Due to one of these delays, the connection I needed to make in Guangzhou, China was missed, and so I spent the day in Guangzhao.  

I have to say that I experienced the greatest culture shock going from India to China than I did first arriving in India.  I think I got used to certain aspects of India that were startling in China.  For example, Indians eat a mostly vegetarian diet.  As a vegan, I am insanely thankful for that, as traveling typically means that my eating preferences will suffer a bit.  In India, there were many, many options for me (all of them were very spicy!)  However, in China, I was confronted with the deep fried dog reality that things were different.  Although it was disturbing, I enjoy traveling simply to see how others live their lives.  And so seeing a bunch of deep fried dead animals hanging all over the place was a part of the journey.  

Anyway, India was insane!  They live so differently than we do.  The thing that I liked best (and had the potential to bother me most) was that there are cows everywhere!  Like, in the cities, slowly meandering their way across a street as motorcycles, tuk tuks, buses and cars swerve out of the way to not hit them.  The cows are such peaceful animals!  But there weren't only cows, there were water buffalo, goats, monkeys, dogs and a few cats.  I am not saying it's total harmony, but to have a constant animal presence no matter the city was lovely (for the most part).  I had the opportunity to meet the most adorable paralyzed dog who used his front two legs only, and I fell in love.  

The point of all this, besides sharing what I have been up to, is to say that I am HOME!  And I will be HOME for a few months before I go anywhere again.  This means that I can focus on improving Bondage Liberation, and check out some of the other features like live shows and chat.  

Thanks so much to each of you who continue to support my work.  I appreciate it so much.  I love making videos to share with you and the world.  I am happy to be home and to get back to bondage business!  There are so many lovely people I am looking forward to shooting with this year!  

Happy New Year, 

Elise