LOL, I know not many people read my blog, but still I have to write… don’t I? 😛
Anyway, since like past 5 years I’ve been wanting it and finally 2011 is the year when it is actually happening! Yes I’m talking about the long-awaited Euro Trip. The Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Spain and France… WOW… I’m too excited about this… 🙂 And we’ve made a Facebook Page for it as well. So yeah we’re leaving on Monday the 3rd of October. Destinations include… Amsterdam…Koln….Frankfurt…..Zurich…. Venice….Milan…Pisa…Cannes…Montpellier…Costa Brava…Barcelona…Valencia…Granada…Cordoba…Madrid…Paris..
5 of us going are Fahad Azmi, Furqan Warsi, Hassaan Ahmed, Usama Ahmed and Myself. I’m sure it’s going to be a trip to remember!
The best thing is, I will get to document the whole trip with my camera and yes I will upload pictures… hopefully thousands of them! It will also do me good as a photographer as this will be my first ever travel photography experience. We have hired VW Tiguan 4×4 for the trip. Most of the travelling is by land except to and from the continent. We’re covering almost all of the Western Europe in like 12 to 14 days and that too by road, WOW, just WOOOWWWW! Adrenalin Rushing!
Other than that, I know… and I’m still working on it… My Portfolio Website… right? 😛 Yeah I know… inshAllah as soon as I come back, it will be the first thing on my priority list! It’s almost done BTW 😉
M B A Khan
Yeah, no matter what you’re going through when Eid comes it cheers you up in so many ways… 😀 This is not one of the best Eids that I have celebrated but it definitely is a cheerful one. I am not with all my family but I’ve got my brother and 2 of my cousins with me here in Bradford, which I think is good enough for now. My family is back in Pakistan and this is my 5th or 6th Eid without them, so I can say I’ve gotten used to it now, but I think soon things are going to change as I’m planning to go back to Pakistan.
Anyway, back to Eid yeah we had some good time chilling with my house mates, Kaleji (liver) was served as Breakfast with some Sheer Khorma (Sweet Dish) to go after it. Everyone was nicely dressed up and everyone was looking good. I, like always, spent most of the time with the camera. Photographing these moments that I know I will inshAllah cherish in the years to come.
So yeah, this was it, and one more thing, EID MUBARAK everyone!
I’ll write some more about Eid soon…