My days are usually nothing spectacular especially off lately. For this challenge I’ll share some pictures I took since some time and finally one which I snapped which was long overdue.
College, when not at home sleeping or doing something useful
Outside my building
My precious with home PC next to it.
Just some plants
My other precious ie bed.
Road outside my colony and near my collge.
My mobile phone
College building aka jail
My home building
Reminds me at times (or all the time) how broke I’m
And since this is a new pic which was overdue as I said, the happening place near my home. A local cafe establishment called Fizzy which I witnessed growing while it grew itself. I’ll have to add it to the few posts where I
always procrastinated didn’t get the time/opportunity to capture it. This place had become a part of my life and for so many others/ After all, going there since the day it came up all those years ago.
Is there a place in the world you never want to visit? Where, and why not?
There is no such place (as of yet) that I despise, I want to travel everywhere and see new places, but there were times I felt that I felt I never want to go back there again. One such place is Kota, Rajasthan, India.
I spent grades 11 and 12 there, for preparing for all the prestigious engineering entrace exams of the country. What a joke. While I learned a lot and had both good as well as a bad time there (should be kind of obvious which weighed what), I don’t think I’ll ever want to go there.
And besides, I don’t want to visit a riot/war struck place either. Or somewhere where I might get mugged or killed.
Beach, mountain, forest, or somewhere else entirely?
While I already replied to this to a large extent here, I actually want to go everywhere without a preference. But I still have a thing for mountains though.
A place from your past or childhood, one that you’re fond of, is destroyed. How do you feel?
There were many places where I have memories associated with my childhood, but none of them I’m attached to feel very sentimental about. That’s the way I’m, and have always been, I do get bit attached to things but they don’t tend to last much longer so I doubt I can call them that in the first place. That being the reason why I don’t actually recollect such a place ceasing to exist now. My most favourite childhood place well, is my home where I still live in. Now wouldn’t want that to be ‘destroyed’ and me ending up on the road, you know.
Using Google Maps for the first time in a post thanks to this week’s writing challenge, while still trying to figure it out would like to talk about 3 places being a big part of my life and this being the area where I practically grew up so far.
A. St. Francis D’Assisi High School
My school where I studied for 12 years of my life right from the start to grade 10. Biggest perk being I lived just nearby my school and now college (below) I also wrote a post about my school in my last year which you can have a look at. Lot has changed since then.
There are many places where I hung out around where I stay and in the entire city, but this one stands out for me. Back in ’03 or ’04 (don’t exactly remember when) I was in 6th grade when this small cafe opened which now is a big joint there today. I was there when it first opened back then and still go regularly today, from a small shop to big happening cafe. Fizzy might be just a local thing here (there are 4 of them in the north part of the city) but they might also be another home to many like me.
C. SFIT/University of Mumbai
My university where I’m studying currently (highly debatable) 😛 Again biggest perk I live close by. Studying Computer Science & Engineering and doing some other stuff.
So basically I grew up in this ‘grid’ and waiting to get out and see the world (permanently, not the occasional basis) I’ll keep writing about more places of significance in time, and hopefully I’ll be able to write form all around the world one day.