@MukulRawat, @JyotiSharma and @YuvrajJoshi - enjoyed a hell lot with these people :)
@TobiasScharl (aka Tobi) and @PetrMachac (aka Petrrrrr) - some of the most quick witted people I came across ;)
@PratimaGurung and @MukulRawat, the pseudo seniors for whom I'll always remain a kid probably?
Saare Jahan se Accha Hindustan and Hindustani Hamare". Each one of them made my trip worth while :) Merci @MukulRawat, @RakheeLohia and @PreetiGarai
My first SNOWWWWFALLLLLL - the best way a could bid farewell. Apparently, it hadn't snowed here in 5 years, and now it snows just a day before I leave <3
Being the eldest kid in the family, I never knew what having a elder brother is like. But @MukulRawat, you're the closest to what I have for "Bade Bhaiya". See you in Pune for sure :D
Haha! People do say that I am very contagious, but I guess I transferred a lot of puns and PJs to you. Waiting to see your friends' reaction when you come back :P. Thank you so much for the wonderful card, @MukulRawat. Will always keep it with me :)
My lovely housemates who were forced to speak English because of me but I must accept that I am very lucky to find these kind and caring people who went out of the way to help me (and speak English - something they aren't comfortable at all with). @MaryemKortoba, @ServaneRgt and (the ex-housemate :P) @TobiasScharl
Merci Beaucoup for the wonderful memories and the souvenir, @MaryemKortoba, @ServaneRgt. I so much wish that I could thank you guys in proper French accent and pronounciations but Desole :P. You are wonderful people :)
Lol no, I didn't teach them "Balle Balle" - maybe they learnt it from the Bollywood films that they are fond of? :P
Can't thank you enough @ServaneRgt, @MaryemKortoba for the chocolate cake surprise just few hours before my flight :). Will always cherish the time spent together.
There sure was one more surprise left that night, caught perfectly in the act on camera by @AntoineCavallera
I really didn't expect France to be this much fun. Literally everyone that I came across told me that France wouldn't be as nice, especially with my zero knowledge of French - but I am so very lucky to meet all these people, and the fact that I am taking back so many good memories should be attributed to each one of them. Thanks a ton everyone :)
PS: The nature at its colorful best is probably the only thing I liked about the otherwise suuuuper cold winters there.