Spain woman stranded in lockdown learns farming in India

Aug 02 2020 03:02 PM
Spain woman stranded in lockdown learns farming in India

Mangaluru: A tourist on a trip to India from Spain, Corona, got caught in the lockdown, so she started learning farming from Indian farmers in Karnataka. An industrial designer by profession came from Valencia to Udupi, Karnataka. But before returning to her residence, coronavirus started in India and she got stuck here due to lockdown. At a time when foreign flights are closed in the country, she is learning Kannada language and farming tricks. 34-year-old Tresa Seriano has now learned to speak Kannada language and is looking at different colors of the country while staying at her friend's residence.

In a special discussion, Tresa said that I consider myself lucky because I have got an opportunity to live in a rural country. Villages are more safe in the Corona period than cities. Here I am learning how to extract cow's milk, transplant paddy and make rangoli. This is all very special and for me it is a very special experience.

Tresa has to say about this time that he had decided to travel to India after speaking on his brother. Her brother's friend Krishna Pujari lives in Udupi and she came to visit India and Sri Lanka in March only to meet him. Meanwhile, the lockdown took place and now it is staying here due to non-operation of foreign flights.

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