w800i: Glimpses of Kerala

Fields await the next crops.

The temple in my hometown/village.

Close encounters of the God kind.

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n6280: After 6 long years


After 6 long years, I visit my hometown in Kerala. This auto is my means of getting there.
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w800i: Developing Dubai

Dubai is completely filled with such construction sites. Towers are the norm. Tall, taller, tallest - the moto. Posted by Picasa

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w800i: F&B


My daily cuppa Earl Grey tea. I think I love Earl Grey tea the most. :D


Arabic food: Homos with Meat. It's made from chickpeas and other stuff.


A wonderfully arranged plate of Stuffed Vine Leaves.


All Arabic food joints place this humungous plate of vegetables and leaves alongside your order. I wonder if somebody would actually eat all of it - including the bell pepper. Posted by Picasa

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w800i: Flowered Dubai

The roads in Dubai are landscaped with such brightly coloured flowers. Supposedly, the administration also replants with different colours occasionally. The first thing you notice during landing at Dubai are these bright islands of colours. Posted by Picasa

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w800i: The Nokia 6280

In sepia tone!
A beautiful phone.. :( I really wish I can keep both phones. Posted by Picasa

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w800i: Dubai Creek at dusk.

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w800i: The Dubai Creek.


You can get yourself ferried across the creek for 50fils. Narrow boats, crowded. Boats crash against each other nonchalantly. That's the way they free their paths. People milling around to get on to a boat. Posted by Picasa

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w800i: Night Mode!

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w800i: Burj-Al-Arab

A visit to Dubai w/o a pic of the Burj-Al-Arab. Unthinkable! Proof that Dubai is a pampering ground for the ultra-rich. Posted by Picasa

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New phone, new hobby

Yes, I got myself a SE w800i. Not the best looking phone especially compared to the Nokia 6280 that I bought for my bro, yet comes with an awesome 2MP camera that can actually auto-focus :-O

So here's my new mobile-clicks blog. I'll convert it into a propah moblog once i am GPRS-ready etc. Until then manual posts from the mobile to the laptop and then to the web.

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