Hey everyone, your best friend Sara here! While COVID has locked us in, our imagination can still help us revisit all those lovely holidays! Welcome to my ‘Places with Sara‘ section 🙂
I cant wait to pack my bags and head out. Until then lets read through these wonderful travel memories from kids. Lets keep our wish lists ready!
8 year old Shay Agarwal from Kolkata talks of his memorable trip to Mumbai, packed in with things he enjoyed! Shay is a cricket-lover and interested in dance. He wants to become a
scientist, and make medicines for people to help him. He feels blessed to have a loving family
What a hurry to Mumbai! It was already 8 in the morning and my bag was still not packed. I was feeling so miserable because I had a flight at 12noon.My sister was hurrying me to pack.
My mom packed our breakfast so that extra time does not get wasted. My dad was trying to call up our driver, who had no plans of dropping by. We somehow managed to leave on time, and reached the airport. There were only a few minutes before the security check closed and we rushed across the airport. As we sat on our seats, I felt so tired and just wanted to sleep.
It was beautiful as we saw the sun setting before our eyes. We had reached Mumbai, and I was feeling extremely happy. We went to our hotel and rested that night. The next day was horrible! All my mom and sister wanted to do was go shopping, shopping and shopping. Dad and I were dragged around the
Chor Bazaar. All we had to do was stare at each other and dad had to pay out some money, not much, as my mom was a bargaining expert.
Another day we went to Juhu Beach and chilled for a bit. My sister and dad went in the ocean and I made a castle at that time. It was so much fun, and later we ate Vada-Pav’s and other street foods!
The day we had to leave was miserable, as none of us wanted to leave. But we enjoyed ourselves a lot!