Oh yes, standing in front of the mirror to admire my new hairstyle too! Heee…
Seriously, if you’re in South Delhi, you must check out Harry and Shanti’s at South Ex. The man who did my hair is Kamal. The place has been a better experience than the Meghnas and the Madonnas of Green Park. Much better! Imagine, my friend who accompanied me there loved what happened to my hair so much that she got hers cut as well. 😀
D day is coming closer and as time is passing, I’m more scared than excited. An all-new world, new people, new place, new routine….the thought is scary! I’m trying not to think too much though. Just hoping to take it all as it comes.
I went to Dilli Haat after really long last night and they’ve erected a weird information console in the middle of nowhere. The fruit beer was too sweet, the chat was too sweet, and it was a not-nice experience. Plus, another friend did not let me buy some chunky jewellery that I liked ‘coz apparently it was not worth the price and also that I need to reduce my expenses on ‘such’ things as I will spend more than half my days in formals now. 😐
Not that you don’t probably already know, but the heat has gotten REAL bad in the last 3 days! I don’t feel like stepping out of my house, so the idea of playing becomes even more far-fetched. Craving for some badminton! 😦
Oh, by the way, since we’re on the topic of good and bad things happening around, now Gulati’s at Pandara Road is also not as great as it used to be. In vegetarian food, its specialty for me was the dal makhani. It served the best dal in town! But it was so bloody ordinary last week that I wondered why we were paying so much!! A dhaba near my bro’s office makes better dal!
So I’m not going there again.
Speaking of food, Bengali Sweets in South Ex serves amazing Chinese food. Yes, you got that right! We took the risk of ordering that kind of food in that kind of a restaurant but it turned out to be a very pleasant surprise. Was actually better than what I’d had at Bercos a day before that!
On a non-serious note, I think Bisleri mixes some intoxicating stuff in its water. This past Sunday, the more water I had, the more I felt and acted drunk. I know, sad that I was getting high on water but even so! I’d planned not to dance at a family function (‘coz of the heat again) but who was I kidding. Not only did I dance, I danced non-stop like crazy! With cousins, with chachis and tais, and alone too! Danced away from the dance floor as well – where the food was being served. I’d completely lost it. And that same intoxication made me completely check out this superhot guy (who, by the way, is married!). Really! Tall, fair, handsome, awesome dancer, and just super-duper hot! Sources tell me that he’s even done some modelling. Bloody! Married he is!!
But I still had some fun with him thanks to some distant aunt of mine. 😛
Although, I still don’t know his name; you don’t need that on dance floors. 😀
And now I’m out of stories to narrate. So until next time, bbyeee!!! 🙂