We were going to Chandigarh to meet two of my most favourite oldies. We were returning the same evening. But this time by bus since there weren’t any train tickets available.
I went to Chandigarh after almost nine years. Clearly, I didn’t remember much of the city. But I fell in love with it yesterday. It almost seemed ideal – a lot like Delhi, and minus the chaos and rush of this place. What more can you ask for!
By the time we reached Delhi, I could not feel my neck. It was unbelievably stiff. But I’m glad we got Volvo tickets, otherwise I would not have been able to feel the rest of my body either.
Oh, I could not believe the number of cars parked at Murthal dhabas either. Crazy stuff!
Got home by 10:00 p.m., went through the usual night routine, and crashed soon after.
It was an incredibly beautiful weekend I had. Saturday was very different from Sunday, but it was just as much fun…although, Shady blamed me for having dropped a pastry (MY pastry)…while it was actually an accident. 😦 Hmph!
But like it’s said, mulla ki daud masjid tak. I’m back to solving maths questions today. 😀
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Train journeys… aren’t they lovely? Specially if you are with friends / family!Oh, and talking of movies in buses, I once saw a Telugu movie (no, I am not making this up) in a Hyderabad-Bangalore bus. I don’t remember the name, but I got the plot; it was simple: “Chiranjeevi beats up all 37 goons to restore his family pride”.
trains are my fav mode of transport…..i just love going through them…..that too through 2 sleeper if weather is decent enough………nics pics, nice description :)and yeah i am off to another train journey…….this time in desert 🙂
and yeah i have seen a tamil movie while coming back from munnar….crap stuff it was…….
B. O’HemianOh yes, they’re super-lovely! Haha…I really don’t understand why they want us to watch these movies!DKMine too! And yes, sleeper class ka maza alag hi hai. Ah.Thank you.. :)Aap karo aish…hum photos dekhenge. Have a nice trip. 🙂
Btw… the bottomline is that the pastry was dropped… ab active/passive voice mein jo bhi bol do… [:-|]
ShadyChup oye!!! 😛
Chandigarh is one of those places which still have an old-world charm…its quite a place though after a few days you would find the pace of life a little boring!Train journeys are fun if you are on good trains…By the way are Murthal dhabas up and running again?