14 March 2009

Travel Phobia

Am leaving tonight to LA....am supposed to be excited, looking forward for my new assignment - new place and all by myself to explore everything over there!!! Uff, but not usre if this is my state of mind. Sitting here, I watch H, who has become so silent hardly teasing me or calling me his usual way! This aches deeply forcing not to let down my tears roll....Its 6 weeks, but does'nt match to the 6 months of togetherness-Fun-Attchement-fights-hugs.....Will miss him tons, every sec of my life there!
I will be writing more, since this is the best way to let out my feelings and also how my 6 weeks will pass...take care all of you and wish me good luck!
Love Bangalore...Love home...Love H


Anonymous said...

Happy Journey and wish you all the very best to get used to the new place :)

Have fun and take care.

Anonymous said...

Wishing you nice safe journey
And hey, keep writing...

Anonymous said...

The real estate is one sector that features as one of the most badly hit sectors following the global economic meltdown. Especially in developing countries like India, where real estate was going great guns, so to say, faced a steep downfall following the recession and inflation. Especially in the metros and the developing cities like Bangalore, real estate suffered dearly as the demand for the residential units, though increasing became a pent up demand. The badly hit economy particularly the IT sector that has a strong foothold in Bangalore, and the high rates of interest in home loans made the demand for residential units go down or at best become a pent up demand. It is believed that once the situation stabilizes the demands would start surfacing. Another very problematic issue that the real estate dealers are facing is that patrons of the currently booked flats are not willing to pay the original price that they had agreed on but the current price that is less than the original amount owing to the current economic condition. Not only the residential units but the commercial properties like the hotels in Bangalore have also naturally seen a drop in their occupancy. The ITC hotels in Bangalore that registered the highest occupancy, as high as 83%, have been forced to cut down on their tariffs by almost 20% as the occupancy has also gone down by 20%. On the contrary, the business hotels in Bangalore are surviving the tough times as the number of business travelers has not been affected as hard as the umber of leisure hotels. The budget hotels in Bangalore have seen a hike owing to the obvious reasons.