Monday, October 31, 2005

A Quantum Leap in 5 hours

It took millions of dollars and immense amount of human effort to make Neil Armstrong say the famous words:

"That's one small step for man; one giant leap for mankind"

But as far as I’m concerned, all it took was an air ticket, visa and 5 hours to make a quantum leap. The leap from one of the most pathetic and disgusting airports in the world (Amchi Mumbai, of course) to one of the world’s best (Singapore’s Changi).

In case you feel that my claims are unfair or preposterous, you can simply google out the worst airports in the world. And you would simply amazed as to how many sites throws out the name of Mumbai. A passenger’s account of the wonderful experience can be found here.


Above picture shows a small landscape from the Changi airport. I prefer not to show any pictures of the Mumbai airport as the effect may be depressing for the readers.

I just hope that something is on the cards of Indian authorities which would prevent any Indian from embarrassment while using the loo standing beside a foreigner at the Mumbai Airport.

Signing off
--Gaurav

4 Comments:

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

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Anyhow, Gauri dude... All the best for your new life!
Hoping to see you very soon...
Ashish

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