Whenever I introduce myself as a pharmacist, people who are familiar to me from my childhood get flabbergasted. It is only because of the reason that my nature as a person is entirely distinct from my profession. People think pharmacist as a person having solitude and quiet perspective unlike me. But I think this is what that makes me discreet from others. I always loved yelling, freaking and travelling with my friends and family members as if I am born with such interests. My train travel from Bangalore to Visakhapatnam by Prasanti Express was a part of those interests. The journey still exists at a corner of my heart. It started with an objective to attend my friend’s wedding at Bangalore after which I was supposed to head towards Visakhapatnam for an expedition.
By 2’oclock in the afternoon I was there at Bangalore station to fetch my train for Visakhapatnam with my lunch packed forcibly by my beloved friend. It touched me to the core. With legion and indelible memories of our friendship I ensued towards my journey. The express was on speedy move and I was on the move of my excitement. Gushing through and halting on major junctions like Yelhanka Junction, Dharmavarm Junction, Guntakal Junction, Guntur Junction, so on and so forth, my night passed on with a sound sleep as I love to do so while travelling on train. The sight of sunrise through the windows of the train is simply rapturous. I headed towards the doorstep to let the early morning breeze paddle on my face. It’s an nexpressive feeling when you get the one you desired for so long. The last few days of my work were not contenting me as they persistently do and so I decided to pack my bags to get back my recharge.
By the time I could feel more of the cool breezes; the breakfast was ready to my delight. Thought of unaccompanied travelling is always a mixed feeling of agitation and exhilaration. This is what limits the thought of women at times. But keeping all my negativity apart, I managed to succeed my train travel from Bangalore to Visakhapatnam by Prasanti Express and reached the city by 1:35 pm and headed to haunt for a good hotel.
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Sharing is what I always believe in, since childhood I have been most expressive kid in my family. Making new friends, jelling up with people, traveling or participating in any event, I have always been in the fore front. Hello friends this is Soumya Shetty a Pharmacist, I love reading, travelling to places, visiting spiritual places the rich history behind the existence attracts me. Moreover, at the same time I too enjoy shopping with friends, movies, food, and parties. Most importantly, “sharing” so here is crazy Soumu sharing her experiences and life with you friends. Hope you would like being part of my life’s journey.