Thursday, April 16, 2009

Visiting Preeti and Satish in Norwich.




I had a lovely time meeting with my good friends Preeti and Satish in Norwich..The top picture shows me with my daughter Annie with Preeti, Satish , Atul and Purvi standing outside the gates of Norwich Castle. The second picture shows Preeti and I enjoying the fine weather at Eaton Park.
Both Preeti and Satish were the most generous of hosts treating Jan, Annie and I to some wonderful traditional Konkani food and some elegant clothing for me comprising of three long kurta's and a pair of churidar (photo's will appear soon!)...
My thanks therefore go to Preeti and Satish for the time we spent, and good wishes for the arrival and speedy sorting of the large delivery of items from their home in India which will have arrived today for unpacking.
Perhaps I should just take a moment to point out to you the button in top corner of your blog...the one that says 'next blog'...Preeti and I would never have met without her one day clicking that button.....we both agree that there was something greater at work than just chance...what a wonderful thing this interweb thingy is!
*COMING SOON*
A NEW BLOG TEMPLATE!

10 comments:

Devil Mood said...

Hey, you're back!
Ah that sounds really wonderful :)

Niall said...

DM...Yup!..i'm back.But I'm finding work difficult to resume at the level I need it to be at.

Julie Schuler said...

Lovely! What would we do without "next blog"? You never know what will happen!

pink dogwood said...

wow - two of my favorite bloggers :) Love your colorful jacket :)

Shachi said...

Wonderful pics - Would love to see a picture of you wearing Kurta's....

Niall said...

Julie...weather by chance or destiny or whatever....my life has been changed by bloging...I'd never have 'met' people like yourself under any other circumstances:-)

Pinkdogwood...ahh..thank you!

Shachi...I shall attend to your request in the next day or two!

Preeti Shenoy said...

Niall, we must do it again.

Niall said...

Preeti...ASAP!

Bob-kat said...

Sounds like you all had a wonderful time )

Prats said...

Sounds like lots of fun.
And must say, you look dashing in the Indian attire.. :)