Month: June 2006

And then there are memories…

I look at my pictures now and think… was it just a month ago that we were actually there? Like all holidays, the memories become a little distant, but they keep coming back to haunt me. The Himalayas is definitely a place I’d like to keep going back to. The only unfortunate thing about travelling in that region are the bad roads and the extremely bad (even non-existent) loos! But apart from that, it’s difficult not to be awed and breathless at the sheer beauty of this region… The complete album Please follow and like us:

At the movies

Fast paced, clever dialogues, some brilliant star power (Denzel Washington, Jodie Foster, Clive Owen, you could watch the movie just for them!) and a bank robbery situation. I quite enjoyed Inside Man, which I watched last evening. The twists and turns keep you guessing and you’re not quite sure why the robbery is happening and whether it is a robbery at all. If you’re looking for wholesome evening entertainment, then this movie is worth watching.

Back from the holidays…

I have been back for a week, but took some (more) time off to relax. I know my holiday was meant to do that, but with my health continuing to bother me, I needed a few extra days to recover. I hate being out of sorts mainly because I have to put on hold the hundred things that I usually rush about doing. But as a friend of mine commented, when I complained about my lack of enthusiasm and lacklustre spirits over the last few weeks, “It’s good you did nothing for a change!” My abode in Manali for a few days. And ‘nothing’ sums up exactly what I did! I lazed around and looked at the beautiful snow clad mountains everyday for 10 days. In Manali, I stayed in a little cottage right in the middle of a valley waking up to 360 degree views of mountains all around. Then in McLeodganj, Dharamsala where I headed in the hope of bumping into Richard Gere (no, not the Dalai Lama!), I took up room in …