Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Happy times in the bay area

It's my last day here in the SF bay area. ...the last few days were so much fun and I almost don' t feel like going back home. But then again....I'm starting to miss my home.


With my sister and so many of my cousins living here,  I visit bay area for a few days almost every summer. It's one of my favorite places in the US.  As I've been visiting every year, sight seeing is not really a priority. I like to spend most my time with family and doing activities together. We did some of my favorite things during my stay here .....like going for a trip to San Francisco city, a stroll and lunch at Santana row, shopping at Stanford mall, having bubble tea at Castro street....( more detailed posts to follow) and then..... unending chit chat sessions....absolutely enjoyable!

Here are a few snapshots from my sister, Shruti's home....










PS: I wrote this post yesterday, but could not post it. I'm back home now. Stay tuned as I have lots to share....see you soon!


Linking to Good life Wednesday, Weekend wrap up

22 comments:

  1. Seems you had a blast!!:) the pics from your sis 's place are beautiful

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  2. Bay Area is one of my favorite places (in US) as well. The reason remains the same... 'family'. Also, CA is so heavenly. I am already dreaming of being there!

    Your sister's choice of interiors is so much like yours... Buddha, plants and flowers. Waiting to see more. Keep sharing :)

    -Tanya
    http://tanyaanurag.blogspot.com/

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  3. I am looking forward to reading your future blogs on San Francisco - it was the first US city I vitited, I loved it.
    Helen xx

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  4. I just LOVED that Buddha.. looking for a similar one here for our house :)
    Loved the twig flower vase as well. Beautiful!

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  5. Good to have you back. Can't wait to hear all the stories :)

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  6. You can have holiday in your heart all the time, if you want to :)

    I liked the buddha :)

    I come by today to tell we are very soon to be 1 million holding hands all over the world. Dream of 1 billion ;)

    join us :)

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  7. Lovely succulents. And it DOES sound like you had a great time in SF. Looking forward to those trip pictures!

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  8. that's a lovely Buddha, please let me know from where your sister bought it from..?
    ash

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  9. SF is an awesome place. I love it there.

    Beautiful house your sister has :))

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  10. Sounds like you had a fun time! Can't wait to hear more!

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  11. that's great, you were in our city!
    agree with Tanya that your sister have the same taste, usually sisters have same taste right...waiting to see our bay area or 'mini India' (thats what we call it here)from your eyes :)
    share soon!


    -Sonam

    http://sonamsrivastava.blogspot.com/
    http://sonamgaurav.blogspot.com/

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  12. love the Buddha statue, I have many at my place too :)
    Hope you had a great time in the bay area, i live here... i love it!

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  13. Bay area is always hard to leave- I think I mirror your thoughts about living there-everything from weather to natural beauty grows on you..
    Thank you for stopping by & the kind words on my blog :)

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  14. wow!! nice to see this.hope to see your new posts in future too....

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  15. Nice, is that the twig vase you made?

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  16. Thanks everyone!
    @ Tanya: yes we do have very similar tastes.

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  17. @ Ambika: I helped my sister make one for her too:)

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  18. beautiful space and goegeous clicks.

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  19. That corner with the filtering light and Buddha is so cosy!beautiful:)

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  20. Looks like a very cozy home. Thanks so much for adding your link to Beach Cottage Good Life Wednesdays.

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  21. Very beautifully decorated home, lovely it looks.

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