Happy Holidays!

I don't really know how the new year is going to kick-start. With my third semester exams its going to feel no different (not like it would have made much otherwise!)

Now that I'm gonna be buried in my text books for New Years - here my 'To Do List' for the year 2009.

1) Save 5000 (or more) bucks every month for trip to US in June

2) CONFIDENTIAL HIGH PRIORITY ITEM :D

3) Buy my brother his first phone for college

4) Make an honest effort to dress up for my sister's wedding

5) Go to Pondy with Saranya

6) Visit the Salarjung Museum in Hyderabad

7) Read 'Withering Heights' by Emily Bronte

8) Visit Disneyland in the US :D

9) Visit Dakshin Chitra in Chennai

10) Do one soap carving

11) Buy Hari 'not so expensive' but good shades

12) Buy Ma a very nice silk saree for sister's wedding

13) Learn to drive a car PROPERLY

14) Get my driving license and voters ID

15) Get the wrong address corrected on my passport

16) ...............................................

... and the list will be updated! :D :D

Comments

It won’t be wrong to term Hyderabad as one of the most culturally rich places in India. Be it the legacy of the very famous Nawabs, the colorful streets, the exhilarating monuments or the mouthwatering and delicious Hyderabadi food, especially Hyderabadi Biriyani, this south Indian city has always been a hot shot tourist destination. The industrial and infrastructural development in this city in the recent years has only been the icing on the cake. Today the hotels in Hyderabad not only cater to the tourists but also to the business and corporate traveler. There are many business hotels in Hyderabad that are being dished out by the leading names of the Indian hospitality industry. Apart from the budget hotels in Hyderabad, luxury hotels are also abundant in the city. In short be it for work or an existing vacation, hotels catering to each class can be found in the city. With so much happening in this future metro, Hyderabad is actually the place to be!

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