Have you ever had fun in getting Lost?
If your answer is a big YES (with a broad smile on your face)… you are really a Cool Guy/Girl. There are a lot of questions to ask ‘Mr/Ms. Cool’
Where were you? What were you doing there? Was it on the Road? Where you alone or was there someone with you? Which city was it? Did it scare you? …. and finally how did you find yourself or your destination?
You still remain a bit Boring: If you ‘get lost’ in book or a video game!
All of us get lost at many a times but it may be interesting if you do it deliberately. Read this article on BBC Travel: The art of getting lost. My sincere thanks to Suemedha Sood. I ‘got lost’ in the pleasant memories of solitary
drives that I have done across India when I would just love to travel with no particular destination in my mind – just go where the road goes, no ringing mobile phone, no worries of catching up on schedule. It was just about enjoying the journey itself. I went to the end of the road in The Himalayas up to Munsiyari – Got Lost on the Road to find myself in the middle of no where!!
Yes I did carry the lonely planet map book of the Indian subcontinent gifted to me by a German friend – Thanks to Martin, I found my way back to my home in NOIDA.
Please don’t get lost in the picture at the end of this POST – Its a Maze in Denver and try to explain it in DTP activity in the class on Monday (for Get Selected and Go Global Students of Conversation in English class at T.r.i.c.k.s -personality development center at Noida)
No classes over the weekend so: “Get Lost! Don’t Loose you cool; Have fun…after-all It’s a Saturday!