That is why the Walk for Water matters. That for me was the spirit of the afternoon, for us an easy scenic walk, for Indian women, not that luxury. After all, access to water nearby should be a right not a privilege. Then the Water Gardens, with ponds and swamps, so still and pretty, and by this point our band of walkers were starting to split, some fast ones, others doing the more scenic route, enjoying the varied scenery. A field of ferns, as high as my shoulder, was our start, green and lush, and if you looked closely, antlers popped up to greet us. Contrasting, a plain of heavy oaks betrayed their history, with one split by lighting. With tired legs, blisters, but feeling very fit, you realise how lucky you are to not do this journey barefoot daily.
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