21 April 2014
Five essential activities in a day in Kalyani
1. Got up very early and sat with dad in the balcony sipping tea without any words spoken? CHECK!
2. Went for a run with brother and stopped multiple times to have streetside tea? CHECK!
3. Went for a long walk in the evening with sister, brother-in-law and brother? CHECK!
4. Had some potentially dysentery-inducing but out-of-the-world tasting golgappas (“fuchka”) from the streetside vendor? CHECK!
5. Scaled the roof of the building so that I can have wine with brother away from parents’ prying eyes? CHECK!
Not too many things have changed in life! Life is good!!
Enjoy your dysentery!!!
Rajib, two of your activities are very common… chalu pa and your fav wine… enjoy
You are daring enough to have golgappas on the very first day you land….wow!!
Sara , what can I say? It runs in our “jeans” 🙂
You r very lucky. Be grateful
Yesterday Rakhi Bose was saying that she plans to take vaccination for travellers diarrhoea before the next trip because she can’t refrain herself from eating the streetside “churmur” and phuckas in India. Phucka Zindabad!!
Rajib: Also try gorom rosogolla at 2# market, you’ll get it around 7:30am
Great news on your dad! Is he strong enough to learn that you are drinking???
Everything with a guilt quotient increases the enjoyment hundred-fold, including drinking wine from the prying eyes of parents even when you are…ahem…50 🙂 Enjoy your wine…
shoma and Pinku kemon ache?
Nachiketa , I don’t do sweets at all but I have heard great stories if rosogollas from du nombor market
Kalyanidi, bhalo aachhey ora
Shari! Not yet 🙂
Amrita, in that case, you probably do not want to know what all I do behind your back 😉