Sunday, March 11, 2012

Journey to Ahmedabad

The journey, with two of my friends, started on 29th July, 2011 by the Druk Air and landed at New Delhi International Airport. With much tolerance and curiosity, we stayed in the waiting room. As the time passed by, it was such a boring schedule for us to wait for a long time. I kept my eyes on the Time Schedule Board, for the next flight, located next to the Bench, where we sat.

I have seen people of different races, passing in a speedy way. My mind was perplexed and lost it for a moment without any motive. In the meantime, we ordered some Chinese and Indians cuisines, just to fill up our ravenous bellies, by looking at the pictures of those cuisines shown on the Bill Board. The cuisines were shown in a different sizes, shapes, and patterns of the plates. Through the taste of the foreign cuisines, I remember how much I miss the Bhutanese cuisines in a foreign land.

After waiting for the last long six hours, the journey came to take three of us to Ahmedabad, a Provisional Home for a time being. We packed everything again. We said safe journey and goodbye to the waiting room. We set off the junction and flew away, high up in the air. Before, I conclude my write up I should not forget to introduce two of my friends.

Mr. Kuenzang Thinley is from Bumthang Shingkhar and serves in the office of Revenue and Custom at Paro International Airport. He is married and has three modest, loving, beautiful and of course solid daughters. We met with him at Paro Airport with a large Digital Camera, hung over his beefy shoulder. He was graduated from Sherubtse, with B. Com degree.

My other friend Mr. Tashi Jamtsho is from Pema Gatshel, Yurung. He works as an Assistant Lecturer in Political Science at Sherubtse. He is also unknown to me. He talks less and listens more. He calls less and receives more from his bride. He was graduated from Pune University with Political Science degree.


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