Good or Bad: Travlleing Alone after marriage

29 Aug

I am writing this post from my personal experience…. I was married few months ago and I was asked to travel to US for some months… Now I was faced with 2 choices

  • Go to USA leaving the comfort of my home, family, friends and the most my wife…
  • Reject the offer and stay back knowing that this kind of offer might not come again anytime soon….
  • So after much delima, discussions and thought, I finally decide to go to USA…

    Was it a Good decision or a Bad decision???
    Well, now here I am and itโ€™s been a month since I went to USA and I am writing this post to get the answer…

      Pros of travelling to USA (since I travelled to USA)

    • I am in USA
    • I learned cooking
      (Trust me. Cooking was an alien thing to me. Ready to Eat and Maggi were my best friend… but I have learned a lot)
    • Drink some alcohol since I am away from my wife and I feel sad
    • Since I donโ€™t have a vehicle and use public transport… it helps to lose SOME pounds
    • Get lot of time to think straight and set my priorities
    • Earning a bit more. So good chance to save some money to spend when I get back ๐Ÿ™‚
      Cons of travelling to USA (since I travelled to USA)

    • Missing my wife
    • I am in USA but everyone who matter to me are back home, so am not there to take care of them and support them. Sometimes I even missed few events here and there…
    • Pubs and Clubs are there but I like to party with my wife. She is not here with me to party so the parties are not as lively as they used to be
    • Missing my wife a lottttt
      Other silly but important Cons

    • I learned cooking… but obviously the food was not that good, it was eatable. Also very important point that after I go back home, everyone will expect me to cook and unluckily if the food turns out to be good at that time then I can expect more of such cooking days.
    • When I go back home, everyone (and I mean everyone) will expect that I bring something from here, which is by the way impossible. I mean, we are talking money here; I can get chocolates for everyone. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    • When I go back, everyone will think that I am a multi millionaire. Although this can be good for my reputation, but multi millionaire… yeah thatโ€™s a good one.

    So to summarize, in my case, it was not a good decision to travel alone so early after marriage but I am trying to make the best of this situation.
    With my wife supporting me in every way, I am enjoying this long distance relationship till I get back home….

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    5 Responses to “Good or Bad: Travlleing Alone after marriage”

    1. MeghanaK September 23, 2010 at 7:08 pm #

      u forgot to enlist one more point in the list of pros – we friends ๐Ÿ™‚
      tujhe ese interesting frinds kaha milenge ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Himen September 23, 2010 at 9:26 pm #

        Yes Meghana, I totally forgot to mention that. It is definitely one of the biggest pro.
        I got to meet you all who make this a fun place to be in.

      • Mithlesh Bhatia September 24, 2010 at 10:33 am #

        I totally agree with Meghana….”tujhe ese interesting frinds kaha milenge jo tera jokes jhal sake ur tera dil rekhana ka liya us joke per huss bhi le …. ha ha ha ” Kidding yaar anyways..I think u r a fantastic writter and u should keep going …. Also U have one more point to add in your good list …. tht u have a hidden tellant that came out whn u came to US i.e craking Jokes..

        • Himen September 24, 2010 at 10:37 am #

          well.. Thank you Mithilesh…
          on the funny side, this encourages me to crack more awesome jokes :))
          Happy stay in US.. hehehehehehe

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