A happy moment for me – my old jeans fit me again. The 5 km jogs (5 days a week) have finally paid off. I have now progressed to 8 km (almost every) day – 1 km walk + 5 km jog + 2 km walk. It’s almost funny how, 6 months ago, I usedContinue reading “Purani Jeans”
![Small] It was inspiring to listen to President Kalam when he was interacting with the children in CNN-IBN’s programme “All the President’s children.” He spoke about Vision 2020, about how children should get rid of corruption by approaching their parents, and his repeated message that the “540 million ignited minds of the youth of IndiaContinue reading “Happy Republic Day”
The Lalbagh Flower Show turned out to be great. The flower arrangements were a feast for the eyes, especially for those with a photographic eye, although most people were point-and-click-photographers like me. ![Small] ![Small] ![Small] ![Small]
I visited the Travel and Tourism Fair yesterday at Kanteerava Stadium. It turned out to be a damp squib. ![Small] ![Small] First of all, the show turned out to be nothing but a big place of tourist agents hawking at customers, and the presentations of the respective states were so boring, except for probably AndhraContinue reading “Tourism Fair”
I wish my helmet had built-in speakers and I could just plug in my iPod (or any mp3 player) into it.
… but my mind is still there : ![Medium]
I’m writing this a few days after coming back to Bangalore, because I had to get over my holiday hangover. It seems unfair to gain so much, make so many new friends and have so much fun, and suddenly let it go, and that too, back to the daily routine life. The trip was centredContinue reading “The Dalhousie Trip”