I found 2 pieces of scribblings in my notepad; one written during my trip and one a week after I landed here. I have to publish them before it is too late. I’ve merged the both hoping it still makes some sense to people who are intently following this blog.
• After a few days of backpacking, you don’t bother if your clothes are ironed or not.
• You don’t need to bring expensive lingerie; they get washed with other clothes in laundry.
• Thai girls are beautiful and fashion conscious.
• Do you think I am enjoying? I think I am. 🙂
• I wish V was here. Not that I am missing him but I need someone to carry my bags. Every other thing is permissible but I should have at least avoided buying that large 3 piece wooden wall mount. He should not get an impression that I’ve come here for shopping.
• I want to have Gulab Jamun* right now here on this island. Even hot juicy Jalebi will do.
• Indians do not have very good impression and I am working my bit to change it.
• It was not funny to freak out when I saw that frog in bathroom. Being a mother myself, I should have behaved like a grown up instead of jumping up & down.
• The other day V sent me an urgent message asking where the TV remote was. Best part is, I am deep into my traveling in Thailand and he has been watching cricket matches all this time in India till he lost it that day !
I had to literally guide him all the places where he could have left it including in the fridge !
——- After coming home.
• I was surprised to see V’s open mouth when I asked him (within 6 hours of my landing) if we could plan for 3-4 countries in east Europe for forthcoming summer.
Poor guy. He doesn’t even have hair on his head to pull them. 😀
• I was given a title of ‘liberated’ woman by a fellow Canadian woman traveler. She is a friend on Facebook now.
• Speaking of Facebook, months back someone added me on it, I had reciprocated then and today, after so many months, he was asking “aap kaun ho (who are you)?”. Early awakening I must say.
• I have regained lost inches around my waist… … with interest. 😛
Jalebi, Gulab Jamun = Indian sweets
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