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I am in love with this place – Insert your City here :D

Marriage brings changes in everyone’s life. My life too changed quite a lot. I used to work in Bangalore, the IT hub of India. Staying away from home had its own pros and cons. Forget about the cons, the pros were many πŸ˜€ . More over I had the privilege to visit mom every month as my home town was just over night journey from here. Bangalore, I am in love with this place.
I was in love with this place - Bangalore
I was in love with this place – Bangalore
Β My weekdays used to be hectic like any other working class. The weekends were just for me. I used to spend my weekends lazily sleeping the whole day (I can sleep for a whole day and I miss it so badly πŸ™ Β ) or shopping in commercial street , brigade road , MG road and some of my favorite malls (I used to love shopping alone πŸ˜€ ) . The cat fights, girls talk, the celebrations, the gossips is what I miss the most. The only feeling during Sunday evenings used to be the guilt of over eating and over spending 😐 .
It’s been two years since I left my favorite city and started my new life in the capital city. It was a huge change for me in every aspect; the weather, the food, the people altogether a totally different experience. As soon as I Β landed to this city the first thing I told him was ‘Let us shift to south’ πŸ˜› .
Even though I love to go Β for shopping alone I never got the guts to go out alone in the Capital city. The shocking incidents happened in Delhi during the time we shifted and Β I never found this place safe for girls. I’m not saying other cities are perfect, but at least a bit safer than Delhi. Now you can say that is my perception, but that put a bad impression about Delhi in my mind. Human mind you know.
I am in love with this place – Delhi, you got your own charm
The first few months of my stay here was quite hectic. It took a while for me to adjust and kick start my life here. In a year or so I felt like exploring Delhi and other places in north. I started enjoying the street shopping, food, and the loud life here, thanks to my hubby who never said no to anything which I wanted to do here. We love the food joints in Delhi and we keep exploring them, (hope you guys are reading our restaurant reviews πŸ˜€ and street shopping experiences) . What we have decided is we won’t leave this place until we explore the whole of North India. Our list is quite huge πŸ˜‰ .
At this moment what I tell him is ” Let’s settle down in Delhi” πŸ˜›
Every place has its own advantages and disadvantages, but what matters most is the impression in our mind. If we have good impression about a place then that is the best place else the worst. But time, people around and good things can change the impression and make a totally different feeling, like what i feel about Delhi now a days… πŸ˜€ I love this place.
So guys, Β tell us the cityΒ you love most πŸ™‚

58 thoughts on “I am in love with this place – Insert your City here :D

  1. I haven’t traveled around too much, I know I want to go to Portugal first… it is the main country I want to see .. then Spain and Italy… so many more..
    Change is never easy but it is almost always worth it.. πŸ™‚

  2. I have been to Delhi and stayed there for a while..It great..but If you ask me the city I fell in love with is surely Pune…! and I will be settling down there only..! πŸ™‚

    1. hahaha.. Pune is my hubby’s second home. We often have a debate on Bangalore Vs Pune πŸ˜‰

  3. my city..ahmedabad..i love it to the core…i also live a life right now which you used to live in bangalore….alone and working..many pros…..this city is a magical place..might be a dry city and with no night life..but it is so safe..u can roam at 12 in the night with nobody letching at you or meeting a drunkard on the road….!

    1. You said it Mily. the freedom I had in Bangalore is what you said in your comments. Hope you are having a great time πŸ˜€

  4. I know what you mean, even I have same thoughts, intially I never liked delhi, I missed home and wanted to be there, but today after all most 5 years I love this place!!! Can’t think of some other place!!

    1. I have been to Mumbai just 1s. dint get enough time to roam around as we went to attend marriage function

  5. I’ve visited Delhi only thrice so far- only for 2 days each- and sorry to say I didn’t like it much, for various reasons πŸ™ But my husband (a BengalI) who was in Delhi for 10 years absolutely loves it, so do many of my friends settled there. I’m a true blue Kolkatan ( though I’m not Bengali!)- I love the laidback and warm cultural atmosphere of my city, and the sweets, fish and streetfood in Kolkata are to die for! πŸ˜€

    1. You need to stay here for a long time to start liking Delhi i think :D. Kolkata is in my list. I love your city in pics. πŸ™‚

  6. I have lived in Delhi and Bangalore. I totally love Delhi for its street food and Fashion.. Bangalore for its work env and quality of life.. been few times to Mumbai also.. that city has its own charm..

  7. Trust me, its equally unsafe to walk the street over here; even day time. Crime rate is massive and we really have to be careful. That said, we know how to safe guard ourselves; least money and probably without handbag. I’ve planned on travelling to Delhi many a times but seems like its still in the stage of planning. Love to come over and see all those interesting places.

    1. Safest is the main concern in many of the cities, do plan your trip this winters πŸ˜€

  8. I am born and brought up in Delhi…I cant imagine my self in any other city except Delhi…I just loved this place…:-) <3

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