So here I am... publishing this blog post on 13th July 2015, with tons of pride. I am two days away from completing two months in this "loveable chaos" called Bengaluru.
I remember using this analogy many years back, when I had first started this blog in 2009: "Life is a rollercoaster ride". To be honest, I cannot think of any other analogy even now. My two months here have been nothing but an "emotional rollercoaster".
Every single day has been a learning curve for me. It was very difficult, initially. But currently, I am honestly loving the vibes (good and bad) I am getting all around me! Coming from a tiny and quite boring city called Geneva, moving to the "larger-than-life" Bangalore was never going to be easy... but I am pleasantly surprised at the unexpected changes I have been going through.
In Geneva, I was very lazy, not very driven, and not too outgoing.
Now in Bangalore. I am one of the first ones to wake up in the building. I cook almost every weekend, do a lot of my laundry myself. I am a workaholic (and I love being one!). I enjoy the presence of people. I love going out by myself, I love roaming around using cab services, discovering new places. I am a safety and hygiene freak. I have turned very bold, if and when someone crosses their limits towards me or my loved ones. I am able to manage my resources well. So it's been quite the learning curve!
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So I thought of sharing some of the things I enjoy about being in Bangalore. Here have been the best parts of my stay here in Bangalore, and some of the basic tools and observations I have made here so far:
Mobile apps, e-commerce, taxi apps
|The book on the right is work of Fiction, a best-seller by Amish, ordered on an e-commerce website|
|A Masala Cola Snow Gola... SO YUMMY|
Flora and Fauna (the Greenery and Scenery)
And the sunrises and sunsets... wow, such a beauty.
|The moon, as radiant as it can get|
I had the luck to get drenched under the Bangalore Rain (because I forgot my umbrella) - it was a rather fun and memorable experience, haha!
Hoping the coming months continue being fun and adventurous here, in these little ways, where I keep making simple and basic observations!