Archive for November, 2009

November 19, 2009

What’s Going on?

Fixing the bugs in my development.
Looking forward for India trip for my best buddies marriage.
Making arrangement for my trip for Anniversary.
Planning to stop hosting people for sometime.
Re-iterating, trying hard to cultivate good food habits.
Trying almost every day to motivate myself for gym and failing.
Missing Swetha. (And of course mom dad :P)
Hoping to see Veeksha before she turns 1.
Want to see NY and Manhattan Skyline from Ramya’s balcony.
Thinking for the ways to save enough money for my NZ trip.
Read more and more novels.

November 16, 2009

Countries I visited

visited 8 countries out of 255 (3.55%)
Create your own visited map of The World

November 13, 2009

That was cute

Today morning I got an email from Ramya with the subject “Get Well Soon”. The content just had the attached picture.

At the first look, I didn’t really understand what exactly that mail is about. I called Ramya to understand what this is all about. She then explained me that she tried to be cute by sending me some fruits as I was not feeling well. I laughed for a while and then felt good for such a sweet gesture to show that she cares.

November 12, 2009

I am sick

Its been 3 days that I am sick and tired of being sick and tired of being sick and tired. I have been suffering from Fever, Cold and cough (Don’t jump to conclusions, its not flu or something but just because of the tiredness) for last 3 days since I came from India.

Luckily I don’t really have any work at office and hence there is no need to concentrate here, but unluckily I cannot take off from office and stay at home as I do not have many leaves. Hope I will recover ASAP as weekend is round the corner and I am very much looking forward for it.

November 12, 2009

New Look

Finally I have decided to change the look and feel of my blog as it was monotonous for a long time. Hope you guys like it. Let me know if you guys dont like it or have any suggestions in mind.

November 9, 2009

Badly planned trip

This is one such badly planned trip where I have done too many mistakes. I went there to finish off 3 pending works out of which just one was successful. For this, I was not fully prepared and was not having the required information in hand when I need it.

The biggest blunders in my travel history are done during this trip. While going to Hyderabad, I reached the airport 2 hours before the schedule. At the check-in I was asked for the credit card, but as it was Santosh’s credit card, I showed them the authorisation letter having Santosh’s signature. But they wanted that signature to be done in front of their officer at one of their outlets, which was not done. So I was asked to buy a ticket again and they would refund this amount into the credit card. I ran here and there in the airport to find the sales booth. Mean while I didn’t have sufficient amount in my account and hence had to borrow from one of my friends. Finally got the ticket at the same price as the previous one and flew to Hyderabad for a hectic trip.

After my trip while coming back to Singapore, I and Santosh went to the check-in counter to do it together. At the counter the representative told me that I have missed the flight. I was shocked as I was well before the schedule. He then told me that I have booked the ticket for a day before and I have come to the airport the next day. Huh .. Not again is what has strike my mind. I had to pay some no show fine and again get the ticket back to Singapore.

Lessons learned, check the tickets and dates of travel properly.

November 4, 2009


Going home almost after 5 months. I am leaving tomorrow evening and will be back on Monday morning. Even though this will be a hectic trip, I am very much excited to go home.

I will be going to Hyderabad twice in this month. The next trip would be to meet up with my old friends at Rinesh and Shradha’s marriage. I am very much looking forward for that trip too.

November 3, 2009

Quote of the Day

“Every generation needs a journey story; every generation needs a story about what it is to be transformed by geography, what it is to be transformed by encounters with cultures and people that are alien from yourself, and you know that age group 15 to 25, that’s the perfect generation to get on a motorcycle, to hit the road, to put on your backpack and just go out.”

— José Rivera, screenwriter, Motorcycle Diaries