Christmas and New year is just one month away. The train and bus tickets have already been booked. Even the return trip tickets from their native places are already filled.
I used to celebrate New Year usually at my native home mostly, except on twice occasions. There would be special programmes on TV. The Chennai beaches used to be crowded like hell and there would be symptoms of an upcoming festival. Promotion offers at various stores and Blasting ads in various hotels would be spread everywhere. There are some people having children n all who plan their Christmas-New Year vacation. For single guys, I am sure, the usual way of celebration would be a gathering of friends in any pub and dancing and drinking down whole night! 😛
This year, RK and I would be getting plenty of holidays during that period. Wondering what to do or where to go or to be at home.
What do you think is the best way to celebrate New Year? Or rather, how are you planning to celebrate the holidays?
The way I celebrate the New Year needn’t be the best to go about it. 😛
I think I’ll out of Chennai for a short vacation like how it happened last year.
We are planning a visit to Singapore.
I would love to take the kids to lapland for christmas. It will be really nice for the kids to see santa on christmas day, they are at the right age (still in the wow thats magical phase), and I think everyone would love it. Definately a vacation to remember!!!
I think in the morning the theme was different from what it is now. Anyways my New years have all been very boring. Hopefully I do something different this time. I’ll be most likely roam around Chennai along with my camera. 🙂
My new year is always boring…and I dont see any change this time either…may be a movie on New yr eve or some kind of a night out…No leaves and not much holidays available to suthify sadly!! 🙁
Btw, I have dared to tag you!! 😛
I havent yet planned my vacation. Disney Land in Orlando is on my list. I hope to make it there.
If you would like a 3-4 day trip, I strongly recommend Gangtok.
If you prefer a 1 or 2 day trip, dear old Pondicherry is there. I love both the places!!
@Ashwin: the way they celebrate/plan their holidays is one of the best ways for them to enjoy… aint it???
@Suku ji: have a great trip!!!! bon voyage!!! 😀
@Rakesh: yup… festive season is good time for clicking shots! 😉
@Sree: boring and night out together???? 😉 ehem… 😛
got your tag.. brooding and thinking over it now!!!
@archana t: Thanks so much for suggestions… we are still thinking over it… 🙂
If u want a really green vacation , go to Kerala. Take a houseboat and laze a day off on the backwaters. Get an ayurvedic massage. Stay in a tree house in Wayanad. Theres a lot more in case u looking for a laid back holiday.
“For single guys, I am sure, the usual way of celebration would be a gathering of friends in any pub and dancing and drinking down whole night! 😛 ”
Thats not the case for all of us you know.. [-(
hmmm..we also have to plan something !!! do u remember the new year eve we celebrated together!
@Dodi: I am from kerala. what’s special in having a loooong vacation in home place, unless you are very much homesick.. 🙂
Thanks for the suggestion though.. every comment matters.. 🙂
@Vinchu: i said usual.. you are rare… 😛
@RJ: ya ya… plan something.. you can find so many ideas there.. and will get lots of holidays..