My Last Few Weeks In India

My Last Few Weeks In India

My Last Few Weeks In India

I know it took some time for me to be able to sit down and write about this. The story I am about to tell you, will be told mostly in pictures. I hope that’s alright. 🙂

During my last few weeks in India, I really tried to cram a lot of time with DN in, outside of work. We went to temples, markets and shopping malls… Most importantly, we got to spend a lot of quality time enjoying each other’s company and laughing together. Neither of us were really ready for it to be over, but the good news is… Well… I am getting ahead of myself…

My first time at Cafe Coffee Day, with DN.

My first time at Cafe Coffee Day, with DN.

Not sure of the name of this street food, but it was one of the last we enjoyed together, before I left.

Not sure of the name of this street food, but it was one of the last we enjoyed together, before I left.

Our next visit to Cafe Coffee Day. This one was a bit more fancy. ♥

Our next visit to Cafe Coffee Day. This one was a bit more fancy. ♥

The outside of this Delhi mall had a "Disco Pegasus". :D

The outside of this Delhi mall had a “Disco Pegasus”. 😀

Visiting the juice stand on my last day, for one more mango shake. ♥

Visiting the juice stand on my last day, for one more mango shake. ♥

My favorite Indian treat. ^_^ Kulfi

My favorite Indian treat. ^_^ Kulfi

Hello again, beautiful Midwest! ♥

Hello again, beautiful Midwest! ♥

My niece and I, sporting the lovely suits that DN bought us. ♥

My niece and I, sporting the lovely suits that DN bought us. ♥

I made it home just in time for our Independence Day.

I made it home just in time for our Independence Day.

In case you have never seen one, I also found a 4-leaf clover in my mom's front yard.

In case you have never seen one, I also found a 4-leaf clover in my mom’s front yard.

I celebrated my younger brother's 17th birthday at a lovely outdoor plaza.

I celebrated my younger brother’s 17th birthday at a lovely outdoor plaza.

I've also been practicing my Indian cooking. Sabzi, roti, rice and salad.

I’ve also been practicing my Indian cooking. Sabzi, roti, rice and salad.

I guess I have to celebrate the little things. After a few attempts, I finally got the roti to start rising when I cooked it. Success!

I guess I have to celebrate the little things. After a few attempts, I finally got the roti to start rising when I cooked it. Success!

 

And so, this trip to India was only the beginning. In about a month, perhaps less, I am returning to India. Instead of going as a tourist, and enjoying living there… I am going to live there, and I’ll occasionally enjoy travelling. My journey to India taught me a lot of things, and a lot about myself. One thing I know for sure, is that I definitely belong there.
My story with DN will happily go on, as we continue our lives together in India.

Speaking of which, I’m currently applying for my visa (10 year) through the new outsourcing company Cox & Kings. Let’s hope I have little to no issues. I’ll keep you updated!

One Comment

  • snigdha

    Khus raho. Iswar tumhe sukhi rakhe.

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