30,000 feet above the ground!
Hello everyone! This is going to be a short and simple entry for my now not-so-new blog. But yes, this time it’s a blog entry with a big difference. At the moment I am 30,000 feet above sea level, up in the air!
Actually this is the first time that I have a laptop with me while I am on a long distance journey and so I thought let me do something different this time. Due to the massive cloud cover while taking off from IGI Airport Terminal 1D, I wasn’t able to see anything and even after that I somehow didn’t feel like taking a look at the views below from 30,000 feet above, one thing which I had enjoyed doing on my first two flights that happened in May-June last year! And yes, I remember going into the cockpit and taking pictures with the pilot! Had loved the experience! :)
At the moment, I first opened my Dell Inspiron and went on browsing through my now-huge movie collection. A few minutes of watching ‘No One Killed Jessica’ for the second time and then this idea struck me. The idea of writing a blog at 30,000 feet up in the air!
I am about to land at Biju Patnaik Airport in Bhubaneswar in a few minutes and I am going to my grandparents place and give them a lovely surprise. They wouldn’t ever expect me reaching there! Then in a day or two I will be going home to Sambalpur and spend some time there with my parents and sister. And then in some days, would return to my routine life at college, with the difference that now I would be in the second semester there!
The best part of this journey of mine is that no one has any idea about me travelling if I exclude my family and some very close friends at college. So I hope it would be a nice surprise for everyone at Sambalpur- my friends and teachers and everyone else!
Probably it’s time for the landing now. So I take your leave now.
P.S.: If you didn’t guess it yet, let me tell you that I am going to be able to post this entry online only after I get down at Bhubaneswar as there is no connectivity for my Tata Photon+ at 30,000 feet up in the air!! Hehe…and do check out the pics above…