Which loosely means having lots of travel written in your footly fate.
I do have a small black dot on the sole of my left foot, and seem to have spent a lot of my life galumphing across the world. Tomorrow I head out for a brand new city, on my last expedition of the year. This year I visited several cities I'd never visited before, including Darjeeling, Vishakhapatnam, Raipur (on my second ever visit to Bhilai, after a gap of decades), Dhaka, Singapore, Pune, and, finally, Hyderabad.
Let us see where the coming year takes us!
All good wishes for 2012, my dear readers. May Life be good to you and your dear ones.
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Travel can be a lovely thing, that chance to see something new or beautiful or unique. But no matter how much I travel now I always love coming home best! In short I am growing old. Have a lovely trip Dipali and a wonderful 2012.
Wow...super duper...enjoy and have loads of fun :)
Happy New Year to you and your family too... and may the wanderlust keep you joyous!
Wish you a very Happy New Year ! Hope you have many such wonderful travels in the coming year. Enjoy !
Good wishes to you for 2012. Keep the spirit alive...
i have had a paon mein chakkar type of a year too, been exciting... and will continue atleast until the middle of next year. my nani used to use this phrase for my mum, and for me....
happy new year to you, dipali!
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