The trip to India was short – a bit too short. But I accomplished what I went for. I was there to support my cousin as he begin an entire new chapter in his life.
My new sister-in-law seems awesome – granted she was shy and probably nervous those first few days, I’ve heard she’s getting along with everyone nicely.
I can’t believe I flew to India for only 4 days – who does that? I didn’t even realize HOW short my trip was until I landed and realized all my days were full.
I flew United Emirates – on the way to India they were amazing – on the way back to the States, not so much. Then again it could be because I was getting sick but still – not happy with the service.
I miss India, I didn’t realize how much I missed it until I was standing outside of my grandfathers house (now it’s my dads and his brothers, but still). Every time I see that house it just seems to look smaller and older. A part of me wants to just go back and take care of it…perhaps put all those DIY blogs to use.
So the first night there was Garba and I danced the entire night – which I found absolutely amazing considering how tired and dehydrated I was but it was fun! Also the perfect amount of cardio to look good for the wedding haha.
The wedding was fun – I’ve never been so intimately involved with the groom-side before and I think it gave me and my cousin the perfect opportunity to hang out. Looking at the bride and saying “very nice” hahaha and clicking the perfect “Facebook” pictures.
Anyhow – it was fun…everything except having to go to the Mandir (temple) but that isn’t a story for the public so we’ll leave it at that.
The trip back was interesting and being in NY for a few days was another vacation within itself, despite being terribly sick. But that too – is a story for another day.