Dilli Diaries – Day 1 Part 1

So as you may know, or not, I was in Delhi for 4 days and whether you care, or not, I am going to blog about it. Its my blog dammit! So you better start caring or I will kick you off it, Ok?

Now that we are clear on that lets proceed. So I went to Delhi. Why? None of your business! But I will tell you any way. It was NJ’s wedding! Who is NJ? WTF! You read my blog and you don’t know who is NJ!!!! Shame on you! She is one of my bestest friends. So it was NJ’s wedding and it was in Delhi. Why in Delhi? Gah! Fuck you, I am not answering all your questions dammit!

So I had booked my flight for 2 pm on Go Air. Two days before the journey, I get an SMS that “the flight has been cancelled due to reasons beyond control of Go Air”. %$#$@$#%$#%$ WTF??? Reason beyond control…hmmm…..like not enough tickets sold? Any way I called the dumb fucks up and requested to be put on 12:40 flight. The lady said she would send me a confirmation on my phone and email within 3 hours. That was easy! Or was it?

5 hours gone and nothing on phone or email. I should have known! Called up again, got lots of apologies and the same promise. Woke up next day. Same old story, no sms or email. WTF! Them bastards! Called up again, this time the guy bothered to confirm my email. The email they had on record was nishant1109@somefuckingsite.com. WTF??? The idiots had sent me the tickets for the now-cancelled-flight on my right email and they were sending the tickets for my now-confirmed-flight to a wrong email? How the fuck did they manage that? Any way gave them the right email, got same apologies and stuff. I have plenty apologies from Go Air now, any one wants to buy them?

Finally printed the e-ticket, reached home and slept. Woke up in the morning and realized I had to pack. Argh! I recalled the trip to Delhi I made in December 2007 and remember how my unmentionables had almost frozen that time. Hurriedly I packed the heaviest clothes I could find in to a bag, rushed to Sardar’s house and picked up the jacket he used to wear in London and headed to the airport.

Reached airport, checked in my luggage, passed the security check without being molested or asked to remove my shoes. Killed some time drinking black coffee and staring back at people who were staring at me. Of course my dear D2 was giving me company all the while. The boarding call was 20 minutes late but soon I found myself in the aisle seat of emergency exit with loads of leg room! Sweet innit? What happened next? Wait for the plane to land, electronic equipments not allowed to be used during the flight idiot!


43 thoughts on “Dilli Diaries – Day 1 Part 1

  • Cess

    who s NJ again? 😛 And u have to use a jacket used in London, as london england I supposed ;), to warm India? what kind of ‘cold temperature’ can u get in Delhi?

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  • Tazeen

    Did you manage to land in Delhi or was it too foggy to land as it always in in December and January. I have had serious nightmares about getting stuck at Delhi, it has happened way too many times.

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  • Preeti

    Why are you blaming GoAir and their goof -ups? Ha? Your lastminuteness is what gets you into trouble…?
    I refuse to believe that you passed security in such a lukha manner…!!!

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  • Che

    @d gyspsy:

    Oh I havent even started yet, just wait and read! Dill will be fun for you as long you are home before sunset or carry a licenced gun with you.

    I will be back there next month for 4 days.

    @Cess:

    Cold enough to freeze my unmentionables! Remember I am living in mumbai and its 30 degree winter 😛

    @Tazeen:

    Surprisingly the 4 days I was there were as clear as they could have been.

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  • Che

    @oo7:

    Nah, it was actually quite boring landing, no bone jarring touchdown, no near-miss, no blowing engines, no emergency evacuation or any other usual stuff.

    @Still Running:

    Well unless you enjoy waddling around like the Michelin Man or need cold as an excuse to get drunk you may not enjoy the sardi as much as you think.

    @labiamajora:

    Sweetheart Delhi’s windchill can be equally annoying.

    In as in you got the admission?

    congrats!
    India get ready for a sexual revolution! LM is coming.

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  • Che

    @Trinaa:

    No no, i am usually in this state all the time…grumpy old man.

    @Preeti:

    WHat latminutedness? I booked flight 3 days in advance dammit!

    well we indian arent really known for security, are we?

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  • Still thinking

    I’m sure you didn’t get a chance to use Sardar’s jacket – plz tell me I’m wrong.

    P.S: The security is good dammit! They almost made me throw the cakes and prawn cutlets my maa packed for me.

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  • Bubbly Vodka

    Lol. Beyond Go Air’s reasons eh. Like the skies have come falling down and now we cannot fly. I was thinking of catching a Go Air flight for a trip of mine. I should rethink.

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  • Che

    @Still:

    I did wear it! It wasnt like super heavy or anything, just a jacket.

    PS: Thats cuz they wanted all the yummy food for themselves 😉

    Still@Still :

    NJ is my friend who got married in dilli? 😛 😛 😛

    @Bubbly:

    Yea its sad that they cannot tell us really why the flight got cancelled. Its not like if i didnt like the reason i would set the plane on fire!

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  • Che

    @Bunny Singh:

    Post will be delivered by Indian Postal Service. Few days later as usual.

    @alice:

    you heard vroooom??? i didnt say it. lost in translation again 🙁

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  • Running in circles.

    I’m not still running.
    That is just not fruitful 😛
    I run in circles.
    Call me runny,and yes I enjoy my rum in winters alright.But its never winter in bambai.
    NEVER !!
    And yes I like wandering all over the place, but drunk and freaky men stare =
    Its early morning and Im talking too much 😛
    I’d do anything to run away from here for a few days man!

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  • Cess

    Oh yeah i forgot ++Remember I am living in mumbai and its 30 degree winter :P++ *silly me* 30 degree in winter in ireland would be global warming and mostly kill 75% of the population, the remaining 25% are foreigners 🙂

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  • Quirky Indian

    I can see another Goa-type series coming up. 😉
    So don’t keep us waiting too long for Day 1 Part 2. I’m always keen to know what sensible people (yup, I think you’re one, though I might be wrong)have to say about the Dally.

    Quirky Indian

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  • Idle Wild

    i was informed at midnight that my flight to chennai got cancelled :-%&$%*#@#%$%.. aaaaand i was going for work… urgh!!! if i could fly i wouldn't have had these kinda useless problems!!!

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  • Che

    @Runny aka hamster-in-a-wheel

    You need a winter to enjoy rum???? Well then whats the AC for? 😛
    aw you no like no attention 😛
    I am freaky 🙁

    @Cess:

    Only Indians will survive global warming, we can thrive in any condition!

    @Fishy:

    well well if someone decided to pay me to blog there wont be a need to fly right *wink* *wink*

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  • Che

    @Alice:

    Good there were no speed bumps then?

    @QI:

    I put I in Sinsible! I mean sensible. You get the drift.

    @Trinaaaaaaaaaaa:

    too little too late. kiddo. 😉

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  • Che

    @the ancient soul:

    why thank you from the almost-as-ancient-soul.

    Your blog isnt quite ancient though.

    @Preeti:

    I am the epitome of freedom! But I know some people who will very interested in locking you up :p

    @San:

    Well if they are annoying me then only way is to out annoy them. it works!

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  • Che

    @Pseudoku:

    Drama is the spice of life, innit?

    @TheDropper:

    Ah I love it when they cancel flight when I have to go travel for work. One more excuse!

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  • Che

    @Preeti:

    Why woman why? You are masochist arent you?

    @Alice who went down the wrong rabbithole:

    I hear ya, i hear ya!

    @Shiraj aka Baldie:

    😛

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  • slayer

    I’m freaky myself.
    But I don’t have reasons.
    Unlike abrasive wannabe fetishists cum fan boys.
    Attention just happens, its not even fair!
    ac’s suck, being out cold and thand mein bhand smelling of rum is a passe, well.who cares.

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  • Datsme

    I always get devilish pleasure to see someone from Mumbai/Chennai etc shivering to their bones in Delhi in winters…huahahahhahahaha

    Airlines experiences have been goin from bad to worse to pathetic.

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  • aliceinneverland

    every single stupid fucking day i come to ur blog, i see this post and nothing else…

    for fuck’s sake have u arrived yet?!?!?!

    write something else now… i dont think so that the recession is doing any good to our industry… so why not flow some ink…! grrr…. i want a new post, che!

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  • Che

    @alice:

    awww.

    You are venting anger on wrong post 😛
    i know the withdrawl symptoms can be nasty but let me come back first.

    In delhi for another wedding 😉

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