Friday, May 26, 2006

Chronicles

Since I got back

*Had gone to work on a none working day - stood at the door very puzzled - of course mom thought it was hilarious as hell

*Accidentally said ruppes to a few ppl (more snickers there)

*Drove a manual car after a long time (as car tax was due and some services) - hated it so much that when i got back my car - it felt brand new and im worshiping its ground (note to self - next time you feel like complaining about the car go drive a manual in kl traffic)

*Played quit playing games with my car tax sticker - I have no idea why it is so hard to remove from the window or from its paper to the window - there's always one torn corner you have to painstakingly place on the window.
*Gotten back to my routine disturb-kid in next car at all traffic lights - i must say its nice - previously had substituted that with waving goodbye to all kids on road to destinations in india.
*I was right about trust - you can't trust everyone - guilt will also keep them away till they think the coast is clear.

*I realised I really do love Malaysian food - nothing beats the spiciness!

*We truly are a land of smiles - and wonderful service - being greeted even before you enter a new shop with smiles is priceless!

 

14 comments:

BawangMerah said...

Yeah we really are.. sometimes. I miss spicy food :(

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visithra said...

bawangred : will tell u later why I was so pleased with the smiles ;)

awww u stay away get well first


ponnarasi : ditto saw and will do it soon

Nirek said...

good to see your india travel had left some impressions in your life style.
i read all ur commentaries on ur indian trip, its a great piece of writing indeed! kudos

My days(Gops) said...

manual cars are better than automatic cars => do u agree?

malaysian food'na enna'nga? u mean
cook panna vendam appadiya saapidalam?

lol

Ponnarasi Kothandaraman said...

@ Visit,
Ok... Waiting :)

Ajay said...

Hey Visit,
how was the trip...been sooo long since i came here....

WA said...

You went into work on a holiday? Man you must love your job :)

tulipspeaks said...

lolz. welcome back to Malaysia. :P


=am000nie=

visithra said...

Satu : travel always leaves u with an impression - thanks ;)


Mydays : well it depends - if ure a speed car driver manual is better but when ure stuck in traffic - auto is better

hey msian food is good ok - nengeh entha oor food pathi pesiringeh terileh - japanese food?


Ponnarasi : konjam longer wait ;p


Ajay : hows u ;) trip was good - writing about it blow by blow now


Uma : i know ;) hehehe well cant answer that ;p


amu : hehe thanks

Usha said...

I know! the blessings we are surrounded by strike us only when we are in strange places and without all that one took for granted. A journey through India could teach a lot of things while being amazing in a lot of other ways.

geetha said...

Nothing beats Malaysian food.. You're right :)

visithra said...

Usha : agreed ;) thats what i tell ppl - travel first then tell us what u think - the grass is never greener on the other side


geetha : ehhehe yay yay

Random Access said...

Being across the border, I think its a bit too spicy, but I ensoy it nonetheless :)

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