Posts Tagged ‘travel’

Just three points

Some things don’t change like bad habits and I have one named laziness. For the past many days I was not posting as frequently as few months back. I was thinking I am running out of ideas, I am not finding something interesting to write but I realized it’s my laziness that has some how grown up  again. It happens with me many times that I start something new with enthusiasm and then stop doing it and switch to something else. I am afraid now that it should not happen with my blogging.

So time to dress up again, tighten up the shoe laces and start to run. In search of a very interesting topic, I was losing the fun that I had in writing about stupid things earlier. Though nothing ‘interesting’ but some random thoughts again.

11300 KM in 4 months :

I got around 4 months free time after my PG and I utilized it in traveling a lot. The travel route followed in last four month is :

Hyderabad-> Chennai-> Pondichery-> Chennai->Hyderabad-> Bangalore-> Hyderabad-> Ujjain-> Ajmer-> Ujjain-> Delhi-> Ujjain-> Ajmer-> Ujjain-> Hyderabad-> Goa-> Hyderabad-> Ujjain.

This excludes many round trip visits to Indore. The total distance comes out some where around 11300  km. This is equal to distance traveled earlier in many years combined. Now this meter will come to halt after I reach hyd next month adding another 1000 km 🙂

Festival Season:

Diwali festival is few days away but still not getting the enthusiasm. We always desire something and when we have that we don’t enjoy it and want some thing else. When I was a kid no matter how much fireworks my father bought me, they never appeared sufficient. I used to think, when I will grow up, I will buy myself thousands of fireworks. Now when I can get them, I am not at all enthusiastic about fireworks. This is not just about fireworks but about all things I wished when I was kid. This a bad thing and I have given myself a red alert.

Government Offices : India is changing fast but the condition of goverment offices is not changing. Though some efforts might have been put up, but majority of the government offices are still run in horrible condtions. Yesterday, I went to RTO office and as soon as I entered, I wanted to run away. The building is very old, suffocating, smells bad and cungusted. In all a non working environment, long long away from a healthy one. This may be one of the reasons for inefficiency in the work there.

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