Sunday, June 27, 2010

Isolation of almost 3 months.

It's good to be back here. Believe it or not, it’s my 6th attempt to write this blog and still I am not sure whether it will be finished or I have to carry it over. But be sure it is going to be big. The prime reason of delay is that lately I’ve been too much busy in micro blogging. Ok, let’s start. Well these 3 months gave lot of new experiences to my life. A lot of things came across over this phenomenal days. Some were truly unique, huge and amazing and some I never expected to be real. So how should I present it? Well I would like to divide these three months into before and after event with the biggest cross-section i.e. my India Trip. Yapp, I visited India for 2 weeks.  Woo woo, hold on, we will dig everything layer by layer. Let’s start with the “before visiting India” event. Wow, I am so excited, are you?

Before visiting India: As most of you know, I had been traumatized for almost a week by the gigantic mobile bill. But with God’s grace and all your well wishes all the rubbish charges were taken away. As a result, I was a man in the air. I’ve given back all my energy, action and rhythm to cherish the life again. In the meanwhile I had a plan to visit India. So here is the thing, when we plan to visit our home we receive a huge list of shopping. So you have to get it bagged anyhow. In doing so, you have to be very clever in decision making. Because you must not avoid the ones who did not told you anything to get. I made some shopping, went here and there in search of stuff and spoiled all my weekend which I love most. At the end of the phase, I was very relaxed because I finished the most boring part of my routine i.e. shopping and it was the time to fly. In the meanwhile, it was the time of cherry blossom which is really beautiful in Japan.

India: Whenever I visit my home I completely feel in the whole new world. A place full of lavish life, a family to take care, desire to eat food of my choice and hence three most important jobs to do i.e. demand, demand and demand to the extent I can and this I do very inefficiently. Due to inefficiency of this job I receive lot of complain too (Don’t tell anyone but sometime I’ve been scolded too. Shhhhh). So, 11 days of festive season went very well. The only thing to be missed there was the incredible climate of Tokyo (Changed from 9 deg to 43 deg). The routine comprises of simple and desired tasks, i.e. wakeup > eat> pray> talk> roam> tease my sisters> sleep, that’s all. During my stay one thing is fix i.e to visit Pizza hut and grab my fav Pizza, at least once. Every time I eat it, I receive same comment. Why you want to eat bread with some sauces on the top in dinner? In such a huge cost we can sit in a very good restaurant to enjoy best Mughlai dish. Then I have to justify it. Well everything went very well now it was the chance to go back to Noida and Delhi. I was waiting for this day like anything, and here I am in Noida. Within a moment of entering into the hotel I got call from Heera and he snatched the glory to have breakfast with me J from Sumit (Poor Sumit). Whereas Sumit was offering me since the time he got to know that I am coming to India, but it was just the matter of time. I had a delicious breakfast with Heera @ his home. The whole day plan was fixed starting from breakfast, walk around with friends, the movie Iron man-2, snacks in Dominos and dinner @ Mritunjay home, thanks to Sumit and Heera. We drove here and there and I met some very key people in Noida. With dinner and reception of unethical friendly word from Mritunjay at his home I ended my amazing day. Next day again, lunch @ friend home and my never ending struggle to reach airport. Sitting @ airport I was only thinking about these 2 weeks beautiful moments in India.

After Visiting India: Back to the abnormal life. The place of work, Tokyo. But it is also great. Lately I bought the desirable things, a mountain bike. Actually, it happened before plan; my wish was to buy it in India. But no one knows what is in one’s fortune. The next big thing, I did complete more than 75% of my life’s wish list. (There will be 20 wishes and I am still searching for a good name of this list, Please suggest). Did cycling from Kawasaki to Tokyo (kind of record), Accomplished blazing speed of 34.1 KM/hour on cycle (It was fun). Things are still going on and on and on.

Uff, finally it comes to an end. I need an award for this. Praise me…..

1 comment:

power analysis and Optimization said...

Gud one yaar... finaly u enjoyed alot your india trip.
One point which I noticed, is matter of time. Yes you are right budy its only a matter of time for any opportunity and situation. FYI, I learned this lesson from Sumit Only. "Kaal ka mahatva" ancient lesson of our culture and society.