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Listen, please do stay in touch! I am bad at it. I carefully listened to her while she said these words. As we sat in the balcony of Chez MYK (That’s the name of my house in Paris), drinking away the last of the beer, the tone of her voice was unmistakably low, a little […]Read more "The Sunday Musings – Staying in Touch"
‘All veggies sir?’, asked the well-dressed server on the other side of the glass counter. A bemused me could only helplessly look to my right at her. I didn’t know what to answer. My discomfort changed to ease when she smiled back at me, understanding I wasn’t used to this question and hence the clueless […]Read more "No pickles, no olives, no jalepenos"
‘You don’t leave without saying Goodbye’ I hugged my friend, maybe one last time before he left for his train to London. A day before he had messaged to tell us that he would be leaving for London because his internship commenced earlier than thought and due to such a short notice, he won’t be […]Read more "Railway stations, bus-stands and Airports – A beautiful paradox"
Ladies and gentlemen! Welcome to Vienna International Airport. Local time is 17:30 and the temperature is 14 degrees celsius. On behalf of captain and the entire crew, I’d like to thank you for joining us on this trip and we are looking forward to seeing you on board again in the near future. Have a […]Read more "The Viennese evenings"
Yaar, Nice chalegi 15th wale weekend? (Friend, will you like to go to Nice on the weekend of 15th of October?) Oui, Monsieur. That one Oui led to a quick turn of events, flight tickets, booking hotel rooms, planning what to do and what not to. The pre-landing sequence at Nice- Côte d’Azur was fabulous. […]Read more "Of a Nice weekend, and denouncing Bucket lists"
*Beep beep* As he glanced over the phone, a familiar name popped up. Well, once a familiar name, if you may say. Things change over the course of a year, a lot of them do. “I am relocating to London, moving out in 2 weeks” This sentence would have made his eyes light up in […]Read more "C’est la vie, as the French say"