Bhubaneswar has tribal and folk art work done on almost all walls in the city. I loved it!
New colleague. Serious man.
I am still wondering how many people must have sat on this elephant in the past 1000 years. I saw four in a span of five minutes.
It was a productive trip. We managed to achieve what we set out for. And I managed to socialise, shop, AND travel. 😀
One day I decided to take it easy and take the girls out to one of my favourite places in the city. Long Island Iced Teas and Cosmopolitans made the night very exciting. More on that here.
The newest health issue? Vitamin D. I have none of it.
Next stop – Mumbai. The plan – land, work, fly back. No scope to meet any friends. Will miss the Bhai-Bhabhi’s anniversary. Missed Mom-Dad’s while in Bhubaneswar. Last month Dad’s birthday dinner was also with colleagues in office. Maybe these are opportunities, not losses. I like being positive.
Until next time, tada!
P.S. – On the delayed flight from Ranchi to Delhi, we had Yashwant Sinha for company. Celebrity status in my head. Did tweet about it too. The definition of ‘exciting’ has clearly changed with time.
3 thoughts on “Summer Tales”
Unplanned trips are always the most exhilarating! We, of all people should know :)And the mid-week off day was so much fun! You should take time off more often :p
Welcome to the world of Vitamin D deficiency. It doesn't really matter. We just break bones rather easily.P.S. Is it weird that I'm jealous?
Priyam,True that! :)Mid-week offs, yes. We should.Shreya,Well, I am done breaking bones. Can't handle more.Don't be jealous. You know it's a worthless feeling. 🙂