Monday, March 17, 2008

My Journey in US - Part 3

Friends, I am back after a short ( infact long ) break. Cant really think of any topic to write after resuming. So as always want to continue to write my next part in US journey. Below are the links for my old journey posts...

http://ootb-jaggu.blogspot.com/2008/01/my-journey-to-us-in-us-part-2.html

http://ootb-jaggu.blogspot.com/2007/11/my-journey-to-us-in-us-part-1_29.html

As you know after my New York project, I immediately got my next assignment at Fidelity Investments, North Carolina. But they asked me to join at their Boston office for initial training. So this made me to travel between Boston and Durham ( North Carolina ) for sometime which was fun. Its always fun If the company pays for all the expenses ..:)). But learnt a lot in these trips about travelling which may be very useful in future. Luckily I had a chance to visit Boston city and few other near by good places.

And finally settled for 6 months in North Carolina ( till date ). Nice place and nice weather. You really feel like you are in India. No snow, no tornados, no heavy rains which makes our lives a bit easier. And this is one of the best places in US to settle down. With this assignment, I have covered most of the places in east coast...:). Ofcourse apart from roaming, I will work seriously also..ha ha...work life balance...:))

And I am done with this assignment also and will soon give you the news about my next venture. It wont be boring anymore like these...:) Life is all about moving forward...what do you say?

Below are the few pictures which covers Boston and North Carolina....


Smoky mountains in North Carolina



North Caolina Roads


MIT campus in Boston


Harvard Campus in Boston

20 comments:

Akinogal said...

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Vandita said...

hey welcome back... loved the smoky mountain pic :)
btw how far is NC from Ohio?

c e e d y said...

welcome back....

Jaggu said...

@vandita
Thank you. NC is 500+ miles from ohio. Which location in Ohio actually?. Smokies also will be around 500 miles from there.

Jaggu said...

@ceedy
Thanks dear.

Meghna said...

Hey...I'm glad u r back! Loved the pics you've clicked.....Looks like you are enjoying the stay with the work! :P

Jaggu said...

@meghna
Thanks for waiting for me.:)

Vandita said...

no i was just curious coz my bro is in cincinnati, ohio...

Jaggu said...

@vandita
Then smokies from there would be around 350 miles far.

Kalpana said...

Hi, How are you? By seeing the pics, I felt u had good time. If you have some more pics of smokey mountains, do post..... I missed that visit, when I was in US.

Jaggu said...

@kalpana
I am fine. thanks how are you. Sure. Below is my tag on smokies.

http://ootb-jaggu.blogspot.com/2007/11/yesthey-are-great-smoky-mountains.html

And I shared the photos below..(infact for everyone)

share.shutterfly.com/action/welcome?sid=0QbsWbRmzasWS2

Kalpana said...

chaala baagunnayi snaps......sorry to be late to comment........enjoyed. baaga thesaaru...........:)

Jaggu said...

@kalpana
Thanks. Enti ee time lo comment???. I mean you are in india kada. So just wondering about the time there. Anyway thank you..

KB said...

ok mind lo pettu kuntanu..point tkaen..by the way the mountains are good and finally i got to see MIT campus.

Jaggu said...

@kb
Good. And nice that you like these pictures. keep in touch..:)

m.flowerr said...

Hey.......you have a nice blog here!!

Jaggu said...

@m.flowerr
Thank you. Keep visiting my blog..

m.flowerr said...

Sure....

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

It's nice to have you back again my friend. Your continuing article about your escapades in the US is very interesting. Your photos of North Carolina and Boston are very good. Thanks for the post. Happy Easter to you and your family. God bless you all.

Jaggu said...

@Mel
Thanks for your wishes. I kind of relax when I share these with you people. Have a gud day ahead.