Well, it’s been an interesting week. Summer is on in Delhi! Sweating and getting lovely headaches and sweat patches everywhere. There was some relief in the form of a very light shower a couple of days ago, I think it was a Friday.
Had a lovely outing on Saturday. Went to watch a movie, Source Code. Done with a lot of heart, considering its’ genre. Well worth the watch. Afterwards, after deliberating between Pork Fried Ribs and Korean, finally decided on Korean and we were whisked away to a lovely restaurant called Gung! There are two branches of this Korean restaurant, one in Green Park and their ‘palatial’ one in Gurgaon (which boasts of a karaoke bar)! For a more detailed review, read in the Food page.
That’s the first part of the post, Gung done. Heat done. Now comes money. Money makes the world go round! Oh what a perceptive individual coined this phrase….hmmphh. But as cliched as I’ve become with regards to this topic, it’s true. In the end, it all boils down to money….sighhhhhh. But as long as there are people there in this world, who understand it’s value and worth and realize how much others need it too, then maybe we all have a sporting chance….
It’s been a fun-filled few days. Early yesterday, precisely around 2am, was returning home from a friend’s place. The lovely thing about student ‘cities’ or neighbourhoods are that you will always, ALWAYS, manage to find shops open the whole night. Even if their doors are shut, one knock and someone will always respond on the other side. The ‘Blind Man’ is one. Quite an amazing fellow, blind but can tell the denomination of notes you give him. So, myself and my two friends stopped by there to pick up some stuff. Don’t know what it was about that early morning but it felt like EVERYONE was out. And it was only Thursday! Lovely collection of guys all around, a little drunk, a little loud and a little ‘showy’ since it was just myself and my flatmate who were the only girls around. Got called by another name by some guy. I wouldn’t have bothered to turn if only he hadn’t called my other flatmate’s name. What are the chances? What are the chances that I’ve actually seen him around in some other area? Creepy. Had to move from that area, not just because it was getting uncomfortable, but also because that shop didn’t have what we wanted. Moved to the Blind Man’s shop and some other weird, loud guy followed. But got home safe and sound. No more incidents.
Gyming today was lovely! I had sweat rolling down every part of my body and if that wasn’t attractive enough, the whole front of my shirt was wet, with sweat! Rhymes…Haha. Dumb I know. But I was too tired to care.
As for the Mucous part to this day, that comes compliments of our very own Alcha Bura (translated means Lazy Old Man). He’s got some infection or flu and nose is running lovely-coloured mucous everywhere! For those who haven’t figured it out yet, Alcha Bura is this street pup who forcefully adopted himself into our family. So yes, we’re all worried about antibiotics and taking him to the vet and we then laugh when we realize we don’t even worry half as much for ourselves when we get sick! We got the dog we deserved: lazy, loves to sleep, a little spoilt and has sinus problems. Perfect match.