Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Stewie Griffin is my homeboy.

Greetings, World! 
I be back from the mountains and might I add it was (to say the least and sound sober) the best effing trip ever. Ev-er. Ev-er. Ever. 
I see you've got the point. So yes, best trip ever- only we took it with a pinch of salt cause the fourth lady of our wolf pack stayed back to become an ace lawyer. So yes, that tiny  huge set back shall be taken care of next time we pull her by the hair irrespective of lawyers dying all around the world. 

Coming back to the trip, we did..well, nothing. We woke up to the sound of the strangest bird calls (AND I STILL FIRMLY BELIEVE A FOX WAS GOING TO KILL US WHILE WE WERE AT IT.) We stayed at a tent which felt like the tent from the quidditch match in Harry Potter's Goblet of Fire. (The cheap thrills we derived out of it, I tell you!) =D

Anyhow, so we used to sit in/ out and chill all the time with regular rounds of coffee. There was bonfire every evening, and the camp had a gorgeous(estestestest) reading lounge where we chilled and read books till late at night, and the occasional games of Scrabble where I whupped everybody's sorry butts =) 
The food started from typical parathas to pasta to continental to french omelets. (Excuse me while I run back, again.) Oh and did I mention all you saw around was huge sprawls of fields and snow caped mountains? 
Yeah, thattttt.


Apart from that, we went Paragliding and white water rafting. Now THAT, ladies and gentlemen kind of blew us off our feet. Yeah, just a little. Yeah, uhhuh. (head must stop nodding.)
And then not to mention Old Manali, which is basically the Pahargunj of Delhi with a gazillion hippies and gorgeous Italian cafes.

So yeah, I finally got an old school leather bound diary and thus begins my promise to literally put pen to paper instead of typing stuff all the time. 

The ladies and I. Hippie style. :)
So yes, Campville was the best place that could happen to us after boards. You can visit their site here. And at any point when you're sick of life or just need to get out in general and fall on your butt straight in the middle of the heaven, Campville is the place to be! :)

Aaaaaaaaand, I'm having some major post Himachal withdrawals. So yes, Delhi feels dangerously useless right now. Not to mention there's some bad news at home but hey I'm not even getting there. The whole point of this post was to get my mind off things. So yeah. I'm absolutely jobless, I'm home alone, and the Family Guy is a beautiful beautiful old friend I reunited with after a whole year. =)

And now, I shall go waste time. Write some, read some, watch some and get the hell out some. 

Tata!
-Nil.

P.s- Major fiction spam coming up, brethren. 

36 comments:

  1. I want to go back mayun.
    And do the 'fox-trot' Ba Dum Tss.

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  2. Sounds like an adventure.

    I shall also have one such trip once these exams are over! :/

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  3. Greetings to you too, Nil. Hope you're doing great and having fun! :)

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    1. I bet the post was quite an affirmation ;)
      We should catch up on mail soon!

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    2. We definitely should! Miss our chats!

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  4. Lucky you!
    These entrances have sucked the life out of me. No weekend getaway, reduced networking. Come Sunday and I'll be a free bird again!
    I love that tent. The thought of adventure gives me goosebumps.

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    1. Woohhoo, so do yourself a favor and get planning on after weekend happiness already :)
      And oooh, yes. The tent was sucha thrill!

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  5. Nil, you just gave me the ideal place to head to after senior year :D I have envy all over my face... Look at that exotic tent...wohoooo! And that wall pic is so darn similar to the one you'd written about sometime back! And you guys look oh-so-hippie and the nose pin just adds to the awesomeness! *Bookmarking campville*

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    1. Hahaa you MUST bookmark Campville! Must, I say. Maaaaan, Sam. That place is a different scene altogether!

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  6. What a wonderful place to go Nil. pleased you enjoyed yourself.

    Yvonne.

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    1. Yes, it was indeed, Yvonne! Thank you :)

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  7. Such is Himachal, I am keeping my head from nodding in agreement, because it agrees to extents that I'd sprain my neck if I nod :P

    :P

    Cheers,
    Blasphemous Aesthete

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    1. Haaaaah, but the sprain would be worth it!

      Nyahaha, cheers to you too, you!
      :D

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  8. Holy razzle tazzle! Hi-fives for paragliding and rafting, I LOVE IT.

    Adrenaline rush? Teehee. FTW!

    AND you are such a genius for putting the link up to this place, I'm going to try and go there when I come!

    In-neverending-awe,
    Zibby

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    1. Adrenaline rush Like A Boss.

      Yesss, Zebaa. You must go check this place out when you come here! It's too much of awesomeness to be called Earth bro.

      And you're back with the ohsopreeedy screen picture!

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  9. and here i sit matha khapaoing with excel and e mails :(

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    1. Awwww. I shall trash them all once I make my way to Pune (:

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  10. excelllenttttttt and the picture is breathtakeing :)

    and all the activities you got to do once more yayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

    Bikram's

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  11. Wow, Im so jealous! Im still struggling with entrance exams yaa :(
    Lovely pictures! And well, I love any post with the a good Harry Potter reference in it! :D
    Ps- MUST MEET SOON, okay?? Okay.

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    1. OKAY. :)
      Get over with your entrances and call me, okay?? Okay.

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    2. No no, they'll end after quite a long time, June to be exact!
      Lets meet before that? :)

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  12. THAT SOUNDS LIKE SO MUCH FUN I AM SO JEALOUS WOW. All I've got are exams. and them some more exams. :'(
    PARAGLIDINGOHMYGAWDSS.
    I HAVE ALWAYS WANTED TO DO THAT.
    I'm turning green.

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    1. Hahaha it'll come to you, youuuuuu. I waited 17 blithering years :/

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  13. Hello! I am Bonal! And I went to Jagatsukh! HAHAHHAHA!

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    1. Ho gaya tumhara Shame Shame Potty Shame, baby?

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  14. I am SO going to this place, my friend, I so am! Beautiful it is! And all those things about the tents and stuff that you mentioned make me want to get out of this hell hole right away! :O

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    1. You're headed the right way, child!

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  15. You're so lucky to go on such a wonderful trip. JEALOUS! I'm glad that you had a fabulous time. :)

    xo,

    Luis

    www.ChicOverload.com (my blog!)

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    1. Haha that I was. Thank you, Luis!

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