Hang out with pals - Part1
Nothing much at the manipal end point, as we decided to go to some lake which is actually near pa1's house. I and Gaza took the lead on my bike, as we shared some serious talks. Got lost at some point and then thankfully, kitta drove in like someone from F1. We followed him and reached a place which was so dark. At that point I thought, it was not a good idea. We couldn't get near the water as the place was little creepy and no clear path towards the lake. Kitta somehow drove his car towards that place where we were waiting as its headlights would help to see things clearly. We put the cake on the bonnet – lit the candle – and sung b’day song as Devi cut the cake wearing that tiny b’day hat. What I liked about the place was the weather, it was quiet good and nobody was around. Since we had no source of water to clean the mess that we had planned on devi, we didn’t smash the cake instead we applied some cream as to make his face more visible :P. Then came the best part of what I like in *others* b’day. Yes, it’s the bumps. It was not an easy task as we didn’t had any cranes to lift the small elephant sized Devi. Still, we give it a try. Pa1 and Gaza were too lazy to deliver even a shot so me and Kitta did the expected while he was standing J The two shots that I delivered was quiet good that I think Devi will remember till his next b’day J . Overall, it was some different experience as we never celebrated a b’day that way.
Next, for dinner we planned to go to Dee Tee (old). From that place, we drove around 1.5 km just to find no place even to sneak one step! We went back to the Dee Tee(new) which was actually near to that lake. (Why didn’t we check this one the first instead?) Anyways, we had enough place to sit that was important. It was dark as almost every pub, with smoke, loud music. IPL matches were on two big TV’s. And then, we saw a couple expressing deep public affection in true Hollywood style. Don’t think too much, they were just (!) kissing… (or, were they eating something together!! I don’t know ;) ) Well, it wasn’t something new for Manipal students and so to the people of Manipal. I don’t get to see such things too often as I visit Manipal rarely. The waiter of that table was waiting for them to accept the bill, but the couple might have actually forgotten where they were. Anyways, we settled on a table and started ordering food.