|Photo courtesy: Parakram Hazarika|
A part of the night at Le Pondy was a little special. The villas we were sharing had a private pool each. To me that did not mean anything. Obviously. But that night Milan and I sat next to it to watch the bright night sky filled with stars. The moon was shining through. Slowly I dipped my legs in that small pool. Next thing I knew – Milan had convinced me to step into the pool. The quiet moonlit night became perfect once my feet found the ground. I could stand comfortably. Then I let go. Milan was talking about various swimming styles. I was just happy cycling under water. 😀 It was perrrrfect till the time I had to start making an effort to block out the voice of another colleague who walked in and spoke endlessly.
|No clue what this means. Looked pretty, so captured it. 🙂|
I also visited the bakery recommended by Mr. Rajpal – Baker’s Street. Slightly overrated, but a quiet meal meant more that day. I also bought food and pastries for those joining us directly from the beach. They were satiated. That made me strangely happy.
On special request, we did a little shoot too.
|And somebody offered to click a photo of me too. Missed Priyam and Swetha.|
The drive on ECR was beautiful! While going to Pondicherry, it rained all along. All I cared about was what humidity had done to my hair. In retrospect, such pity! The right way to drive there is by sticking your head out of the window. That is the only way to do it.
P.S. – I heard Swarathma live. Loved their sound! And of course, hearing them sing Duur Kinara was aweeesomeee!
6 thoughts on “Blues & Yellows”
If only my office had paid for my Pondi trip! But yes, I loved le Club. And I want to go on a trip with you. And I want you to click my pics 😛
🙂 Yeah, Le Club was nice! Do you want to go on a trip with me because you want me to click pictures of you? 🙂 Or is there another reason too?
Aah, the other reason has been ever-present. But maybe a coffee first might do us good.Your skills are an added perk 😉
Hehe…yes, let's do the coffee first. Our combined negativity should not be too much for either of us to handle. 😛
From what I remember Pondicherry is quite the beautiful small town with a still existing essence of the French. Looks great for a 'work' trip 🙂 Le Pondy is quite lovely!And the yellow made for quite a nice backdrop. Lik eyou appropriately pointed out, a better photographer was required 😛
Yeah, it's a nice place. Yellow was a perfect backdrop. Except that I had nobody to click me.