The twinkle in her eyes lit up my world. Her smiling freckled cheeks had me smitten. 'You are beautiful', I said. She rolled her eyes, (Oblivious to how it made me skip a beat) Turned around and walked away. Left me behind with the sound of her laughter. I held on to her in the … Continue reading If only she knew..
Lying there she could sense that something exciting was about to happen. They put on the headphones and the soothing music calmed her down. She looked around as the lights were flashing. It had lasers and made strange noises. She could also ring a bell! 'I am definitely asking for this on my birthday!', she … Continue reading The Gift.
Finally we were there. After an arduous hike of 16kms, we had reached the enchanted village of Jakha in the Himalayas. Having read a lot about Jakha I knew what to expect from this place. But as they say, sometimes words or even pictures can’t do justice to the beauty of a place. This place … Continue reading The magic of Jakha.
These walls are funny. First you hate 'em, then you get used to 'em. Enough time passes, it gets so you depend on them. That's institutionalized.- Red(Shawshank Redemption) This journey has finally come to an end. It lasted 4 wonderful years. As I walked out of the front gate for the last time I knew … Continue reading Life at Firodia.
Picture this, 'I was sitting in a restaurant with my friends. Chelsea were trailing 0-1 to Manchester United. It was the 85th minute. Ignoring the roti in my hand, I was constantly refreshing my cell phone for score updates. Sanket and Ahmed had already started the process of slowly torturing me to death(via text).I … Continue reading Football, bloody hell.
I will ride, I will fly, chase the wind and touch the sky.- Julie Fowlis. Everybody , at some point in their lives, has looked up at the birds with envy. We have all dreamed of floating through the clouds as everything below turns into little dots on the landscape. What was once wishful thinking, … Continue reading To touch the sky.
The mountains are calling, and I must go- John Muir It was that time of the year again. The Himalayan snow was just right and the monsoon hadn't started yet. With the college vacations starting, it was impossible to sit back. So the rucksacks were packed and trekking shoes laced. The destination we finalized was … Continue reading In the search of skeletons-Roopkund trek.