Its hot and dusty, no more wet and damp clothes. Back to my trusty old Alto and back to the headaches of driving through insane traffic and stupid Police checkposts and dealing with 16-year old parking attendants. There is the Metro instead of overcrowded trains, but I'm not taking the Metro right now. At a level it feels good to be back, however I'm still a bit iffy. Honestly, it is not as if I haven't been to Delhi in a while, I must have spent at least six weeks here over the last one year I was ostensibly in Bombay.
But, it feels different now that I have moved back here. Sure, fair enough I have moved from one crappy computer to another, but working here feels different. I actually miss my colleagues in Bombay and since almost no-one in Delhi office I left is still around its like moving into an all new office. Sure, the bosses who took my case every three minutes are still the same, but this still doesn't feel normal. I guess it will take a couple of weeks to get used to the new set-up and getting to grips with my new responsibilities. In the meantime, I will catch up with people I left behind and meet friends I haven't seen in a while.
Yup, its Delhi all right. And I already miss Bombay, and I'm not saying that because of the exciting nightlife I left behind.
PS : As a sign of a new start - I moved to the new Blogger Beta setup, haven't played around with it yet, but to please detractors like Shivam who hate certain colours, I will change it about a bit.