Saturday, December 22, 2007

The holiday so far

A quick update: Have been super-busy with the four back-to-back weddings; but have been having so much fun!

The week in Kathmandu was great & the highlight was the short flight we took over the Himalayan mountain range to spot Mt. Everest. I must admit though that the view of the entire snow-topped range is so imposing; it gets difficult to figure out that the peak of Everest is indeed taller than its peers.
The half-week in Jaipur was my first exposure to Rajasthan & now I so want to be a Rajput princess in my next life. If I had to choose one photographic memory of Jaipur it would be this one: the 'Sheesh Mahal' (Palace of mirrors) in Amer Palace. Its nothing like the Bollywood version seen in Madhubala's Mughal-e-Azam, but its beautiful nevertheless. And then we went to Mumbai and it was the the best part of the holiday thanks to my darling nephew !!!


lalunadiosa said...

I am glad that I checked your blog! It is always fun to read updates.
I like the highlights you have mentioned so far and the photos!
Take care and keep blogging.

'JoAnn's-Digital-Eyes' said...

Wow this is a fantastic post Thanks for sharing!You would be a great Rajput Princess in your next life...

I wish you a good and merry Christmas with your Partner, friends or family, and I show you some Christmas "decorations and music/habits' on my blog come and see my blog, thanks for being such a good blogvisiter,

Your blog is a real inspiration to me too THANKS!!

Christmas greetings from JoAnn

Radha said...

Hey, how did you celebrate Christmas? When do you go to india?

Thank you :)
Will drop in at your blog soon

lalunadiosa said...

I hung out with Simone and her family. Went to mass to hear Pi sing. Over ate dinner and so on. :)
I am off on Sunday to India!!!

Jas Bhambra said...

Wow, thats a nice shot of the mountain ranges.

Your nephew is so cute!

P.S. I want to be born as a Rajput princess as well. :)

Moi said...

Count me in on the princess thing too along with Jas :D

Moi said...

and the Sheesh Mahal pic is simply delightful....the pic reminds me of a lehnga I'd want to own :)