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The 30 Cheapest Places To Travel In 2017, if your new year resolution is to Travel
Time to start packing your bags: 2017 is shaping up to be a banner year for budget travel. The dollar is enjoying historic highs — meaning your money goes much further in many destinations around the globe — and according to an American Express Global Business Travel report, airfares are expected to fall in 2017.

1. Mazatlan, Mexico

Why: The current exchange rate ($1 = 20.69 Mexican pesos) makes Mexico one of the most affordable destinations.
For the frugal traveler who wants to enjoy more culture than they might in the Riviera Maya, my top pick is Mazatlan. As the shrimp capital of Mexico and a foodie paradise, Mazatlan is teeming with awesome eateries and fresh, interesting dishes. Hotels (including all-inclusive properties) are extremely inexpensive and authentic since most aren't part of the huge chains. El Cid Marina has awesome pools that are perfect for families, great food and huge rooms. (Rates are as low as $100 for a family of four.)
You can also enjoy superb dining at a top-notch restaurant like Casa 46 for less than half what you'd pay in the United States.
Side note: Sinaloa (the state where Mazatlan resides) grows the bulk of produce in Mexico, so Mazatlan produce is unbelievably cheap as a result. You see this reflected in top restaurants all the way down to street markets.

2. South Africa

Why: In South Africa, the exchange rate is in our favor, but so is the fact that it's a developed tourist destination with a solid infrastructure. In spending a month in Cape Town earlier this year and relying on Uber to get me to and from meetings, activities and lunches, I averaged under $20 in transportation per day — a major win.
Hotels are cheaper, too: Take a standard room at Taj Hotels & Resorts in New York, and you are out about $786 a night, whereas in Cape Town, a room at a similar luxury property costs $266. Remember, South Africa is in the Southern Hemisphere, so seasons are the opposite: Consider going in low season (our summer) when hotels and safari lodges are even less expensive.
Airbnb and private villa rentals are also reliable and cheap options in the major cities. Travelers should also consider booking domestic airfare in advance for the greatest cost savings, since flights on South African Airways can sell out quickly.
The best value of all is the wine: Travelers can order a glass of one of the best locally produced varietals for less than the cost of a can of soda. For more information on travel in South Africa, watch "Michaela's Map: First Timers' Guide to Southern Africa."

3. San Juan, Puerto Rico

Why: The best way to get a deal in the Caribbean is to travel during the low season (end of April through mid-December) to destinations that have direct and frequent fights from your gateway; plenty of hotel inventory; and economies that aren't euro-based.
Puerto Rico fits the bill, and I'm a big fan of San Juan, which I think is seriously underrated as an easy and affordable getaway, especially for visitors from the East Coast of the U.S. Old San Juan oozes charm, and if you stay within the old city's two-square-mile radius you won't need a car rental to access great restaurants, sightseeing and shopping.
U.S. citizens can save themselves the cost of a passport since it's not required to visit, and since the U.S. dollar is the legal tender, there's no money lost on currency exchange. Hotel Casa Blanca and Villa Herencia are two of my favorite high-style/low-cost boutique hotels.

4. Chile

Why: Europe is on everyone's list of value-added trips this year and for good reason — the exchange rate is more favorable for American travelers than it has been in years. But the destinations I most dream about and long to return to are in South America, a destination that has long given travelers great value for money.
In Chile, I love Santiago for its vibrant food and wine scene — think tucked-away wine bars, delicious tapas and hip hotels in a beautifully chaotic city. For a lesser-known and truly special corner of the world, I love the small lakeside town of Puerto Varas. It is part of the lakes district in Chile and the northern start of Patagonia.
It is easy (and cheap!) to rent a car and explore this area. There is a surprising German heritage, so you'll see signs for "kuchen" (cake). With Puerto Varas as a hub, you can explore great places within a two-hour drive from the city: going to the top of a volcano, exploring waterfalls, finding the best cakes and food.
This area sees very few American visitors and everything is CHEAP. It's one of those places I almost want to keep to myself, but it's so special that I can't.

5. Crete

Why: With the U.S. dollar strong against the euro right now and the economic crisis in Greece keeping prices lower than other parts of Europe, it’s the perfect time to visit the beautiful island of Crete. Crete is a foodie dream come true.
A place where farm-to-table isn’t a new fad, it’s a way of life. The people here often live to be well over 100 years old so they must be doing something right! With truly stunning natural beauty (like Balos beach) and locals that welcome tourists with open arms, you are bound to have the trip of a lifetime and save a few dollars at the same time.

6. Morocco

Why: For many, Morocco is the ultimate dream trip, and yet cost tends to keep most from visiting. But what you might not know is that it's one of the most affordable African countries, particularly when comparing flight costs. R
eaching Marrakech from cities such as Lisbon, Madrid and Paris may only set you back $40 to $100 roundtrip with many budget airlines. And this past Black Friday, flights from New York were a mere $400 roundtrip.
Food is by far my main reason for visiting as often as I do, and typical meals can range from $2.50 to $15 for two, which includes appetizers, entree and unlimited mint tea. For vegetarians and vegans, the country is especially great, as veggies are cheaper than meat and fresh fruit smoothies are barely $1.
Souvenir shopping can get a bit intense when you realize leather goods such as wallets, handbags and weekenders run from $5 to $60. (A shopaholics dream!) When it comes to accommodations there's something to fit everyone's budget, my favorite being Riad Yasmine (only $80-$160 per night).
For those looking for Moroccan luxury while still on a budget, my go-to is Riad Kheirredine, which will have you living like a queen without breaking the bank and even provides a cell phone during your stay to ensure guest safety.

7. Belize

Why: Modern conveniences and history collide in Belize. It's a perfect place to take a budget romantic vacation. Many of the four-star hotels offer extras, like bicycle rentals, included in their low rates, as well as Belize's excellent local wines.
Some affordable resorts to check out are George Hardie's Las Vegas Hotel in Corozal (Northern Belize) and the oceanside Royal Caribbean Resort in San Pedro along Ambergris Caye. Both can be booked for under $100 per night.
Meals are also crazy cheap, but delicious. Two can eat at an upscale restaurant for less than $30, and much less at an everyday venue.

8. Vietnam

Why: Affordable upscale accommodations, cheap and remarkably healthy food and beautiful sights make Vietnam a standout among budget-friendly South Asian destinations.
Eat your way through historic Hanoi, kayak in the emerald waters of Halong Bay or relax in ancient Hoi An and the nearby beaches. There are clean, safe accommodations to fit everyone's wallet. In Hanoi, my favorite is the Tirant Hotel, near the old town, where you can bag a room for less than $70 a night.
Don't miss the Hanoi street food tour: For just $20 per person, a guide will lead you on foot or by scooter through backstreets, markets and footpaths.
You will eat like the locals and learn the names and ingredients in the dishes so you can order them again. And be sure to take the time to sip a bowl of steaming "pho" noodle soup in restaurants, push carts and food stalls, where a street meal and a beer can cost the same as a caramel macchiato at Starbucks.

9. Costa Rica

Why: Costa Rica is the one of the most biodiverse places on the planet and to be able to see this on a shoestring is an incredible opportunity.
There's a ton of national parks to explore, for instance, that only cost a few dollars to enter. Once there, you can then enjoy free self-guided walks that won't cost you a cent, but will deliver some great encounters with amazing wildlife like tapirs, monkeys, sloths and macaws.
Manuel Antonio and Corcovado National Parks are two of the best. Public transport is also super cheap in Costa Rica, with buses generally less than $10, even for an eight-hour ride. This makes traveling between destinations in this compact country very affordable and means you can see a lot in a short amount of time.
In addition, budget accommodation in Costa Rica — even at some of the best surf beaches — can be as little as $6 per person. And a "plato tipico" (local dish) can be enjoyed anywhere for as little as $2-3.

10. Portugal

Why: Portugal is a pocket of affordable travel in contrast to the rest of Western Europe, especially if you get off the highways and take the back roads (where you can also avoid tolls).
A bottle of delicious port and a plate of the day with a glass of wine can be found for around €5 each. Nowhere else in the world can its "California Highway 1 meets Tuscany" landscapes be enjoyed on such a budget, especially now that the dollar is strong against the euro.

11. Ecuador

Why: Although Ecuador is not quite as inexpensive as Peru to the south, it’s an easy and affordable destination to travel to, especially if you stay a bit off the beaten path. It’s a short cheap flight from Florida with budget airlines like jetBlue and TAME, and accommodation is pretty cheap.
Shop at your local market and you can get a week’s worth of groceries for $10. And Ecuador has lots of variety; from surf beach towns like Montanita, to the volcanic Banos with famed hot springs at the gateway to the Amazon basin, to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Cuenca in the high Andes, there’s a lot to see. The bus systems are good and domestic flights cheap and plentiful. F
ind a free accommodation option like house-sitting or volunteering, and your trip can be even cheaper.

12. Barcelona

Why: Barcelona is ranked right up there with cities like Paris and London as one of the most popular European cities, but it is by far the most affordable. This is thanks to low-cost tapas restaurants, endless free attractions and affordable things to do.
Have a meal of tapas and wine at El Xampanyet for around €10-15. Soak up the rays on the beach at Barceloneta. Get lost in the La Boqueria Market.
And take the tram up to Tibidabo (only €5) for sweeping panoramic views of the city; it's also where you can experience a vintage amusement park and a gorgeous cathedral.

13. Where: Guatemala

Why: Often bypassed in favor of nearby Costa Rica, Guatemala is unique unto itself in Central America. And because it's a bit more "off the path" in the region, it's also easy on the budget and a nice place to splurge.
The villas and hotels rimming Lake Atitlán have all the beauty you could want for a small fraction of the price you'd pay in Europe or elsewhere. From the lake, you can then delve into the country's unique culture by visiting the indigenous markets and villages in the Guatemalan highlands.
Lush Atitlan is a gorgeous, affordable place to stay in San Marcos La Laguna, the prettiest and most culturally interesting of Lake Atitlan's villages.

14. Bonaire & Curaçao

Why: In the deep Southern Caribbean, Bonaire and Curaçao are always out there on the edge of everyone's Caribbean consciousness. Both are known for scuba diving, but also for other water sports, hiking and amazing secluded beaches.
Vacation villas that let you live like a local are plentiful and affordable on both islands, but chain hotels like the Renaissance Curaçao Resort & Casino are an option on Curaçao (great if you're using points).
Bonaire gets its very first chain hotel at the end of 2016 when a Marriott Courtyard opens.

15. Las Vegas

Why: If you can avoid the slots, there are lots of free things to do in Vegas: The Flamingo's flamingo habitat, the fountains and conservatory at the Bellagio and the outdoor movies at the Container Park are just a few.
You can also find many places for cheap eats if you are willing to get off The Strip to do so. Check out the nearby Crown and Anchor, which serves up delicious British favorites, and Ninja Teriyaki Sushi 2 Go for fresh-made amazing sushi rolls in a no-frills setting.

16. Cambodia

Why: Sadly, the average income in Cambodia is about $950 per year. What does this mean for international travelers? Your international airfare might be expensive, but once you are in Cambodia, you can live well. Tuks tuks (a combo bike/taxi) and food cost just pennies. Even international hotel chains and luxury river boats down the Mekong are more affordable than other Asian destinations.
Before visiting, I suggest doing your homework to support luxury companies like the Shinta Mani Resort, whose foundation plays a large role in its community, building water wells, schools and farms and providing the best healthcare in the country to its employees. Culturally conscious companies like Aqua Expeditions sustainably introduce their guests to the communities along the Mekong River, including the floating markets and the farmers in the rice fields; the company can even arrange a conversation with a local Buddhist monk to discuss the significance of his journey from childhood to monkhood.

17. Bali

Why: If you're looking into an exotic long-haul trip, Bali offers a ton of high quality experiences for a great value. You can easily stay in a private villa overlooking stunning rice paddies with a private pool for around $50 per night. (Airbnb is a great way to go).
However, if you want to splurge a bit but not go overboard, a stay at a high-end luxury resort will still cost you less than a stay at a luxury resort, for example, in Maui. Not to mention, spa and transportation costs are quite low relative to other exotic locales, as well as the amazing and healthy food options that end up being a fraction of the cost elsewhere in the world.

18. Greece

Why: The weakened euro has made any trip to Europe more affordable, but this is especially true in Greece. The struggling economy craves tourist dollars and makes it known with affordable pricing on everything from hotels to food.
In Athens, you can book a three- or four-star hotel for well under $100, like 360 Degrees, a nice and modern hotel with a huge breakfast buffet included and an awesome location directly on Monastiraki Square.
Throughout the countryside, prices may be even better. Best of all, you can sit down to an amazing Greek meal with drinks (Mythos or Ouzo?), appetizers (Saganaki, anyone?) and entrees of your choosing for less than half what you'd pay in the States. Heck, you can pick up Souvlaki or a gyro for $1-$2. Souvenirs are insanely cheap, too.

19. Albania

Why: This forgotten corner of Europe is a wonderfully off-the-beaten-track budget destination in an otherwise very touristy and expensive continent.
With fantastic beaches along its coastline, including the fishing port of Saranda, Albania gives visitors the chance to enjoy the Mediterranean waters for a fraction of the usual price. Accommodation starts from as little as $5 per person and fishing trips or boat rides to the nearby islands are similarly well priced.
There's also some fascinating historical sites across Albania that are either free to enter or cost only $2-$5. From the moutainous medieval town of Gjirokastër to the Roman ruins at Butrint, this is a diverse and very different side of Europe, which is definitely worth visiting before the crowds do.

20. San Luis Potosí, México

Picture a perfect class III white water rafting experience through a limestone canyon of turquoise waters, a visit to a living garden of eden, complete with art sculptures, hidden pools, butterflies and waterfalls, a hike to the largest known cave shaft in the world, which you can rappel into, and a series of waterfalls for cliff jumping.
Top this all off with a plate of homemade tacos and a local beer for $2, and you've got yourself a piece of adventure paradise on a budget.
Still very much under the radar to anyone outside of Mexico, San Luis Potosí could be compared to Costa Rica in terms of adventure and Cambodia in terms of affordability. Since Election Day, the dollar has been especially strong in Mexico, offering an even better excuse to travel south of the border.

21. Quebec City, Canada

Why: Take advantage of the weak Canadian dollar and travel north for a 25% discount on prices.
Enjoy a slice of Old Europe without the jet lag or the cost of a transatlantic flight. Indulge in some of the best French food outside France — steak-frites, oysters and pastries at a bargain price. Stroll and shop in the narrow cobblestone streets of the picturesque Old Town and enjoy night parades and ice canoe races during the colorful Winter Festival in January and February.

22. Buenos Aires

Why: One of the world's most intoxicating cities, Buenos Aires has only grown in popularity, but it's still relatively cheap compared to European and Asian capital cities. There are many green parks, French-inspired architecture, late-night dancing, custom leather shops and fantastic food.
Taxis are relatively cheap (around $5-8 a ride), but you should also walk for miles in all of the distinct neighborhoods, like Palermo (try Salon Canning, a super casual milonga, or dance hall, after midnight). Must-try cheap eat in Buenos Aires: anything dulce de leche. It is everywhere — inside crepes, drizzled over grilled bananas and in gelato.
Tip: Bring a ton of American cash and you'll get better deals in many places. For example, I bought my custom leather jacket at a shop called Uru Recoleta (close to the famous Recoleta Cemetery) and was able to buy it for much less than using my credit card because I brought American dollars.
On Sundays, the place to be is the San Telmo market for browsing leather, antiques, watches, jewelry and more.

23. Haiti

Why: While Haiti still remains under the radar as a travel destination, many people have been flocking to the vibrant country, and I can see why: The island provides all the stunning Caribbean characteristics without the high costs. Outside of holiday seasons and the later part of the summer, flights from New York range from $300 to $500, and even cheaper when flying from cities in Florida.
The real gem is how cheap the hotels are, with many starting at $50 to $150 per night including airport transfers. Even the newest Marriott Port-au-Prince will only set you back $130 to under $200 a night for larger rooms.
One of my favorites is Wahoo Bay Beach, which has epic mountain and ocean views from its stunning pool and rooms. You can take small boat tours around the area for a couple of dollars per person. Lobster, conch and crab can be caught right from the water and prepared for you without costing more than $10.

24. Santa Catalina Island, California

Why: Santa Catalina Island is one of my new favorite places. It is way more than a weekend SoCal jaunt. Hotels are quaint and average under the $200 per night mark. The Avalon Hotel is a charming choice. It’s right in the center of town, making it an easy walk to almost any activity. There is plenty to do, like kayaking, scuba diving, snorkeling, ziplining, hiking or just beach sitting.
The Catalina Island Museum is a must-visit stop to get the full story of the island's fascinating history, including its Hollywood connection. Food and shopping choices are extensive.
And you don’t need a rental car. Getting to the island is easy: Catalina Express Ferry whisks you to there from three different ports, Long Beach, Dana Point and San Pedro. I prefer Long Beach because flights there are often lower priced than neighboring LAX.

25. Indonesia

Why: With 17,000 islands, you are bound to find the ideal paradise to suit your travel and budget in Indonesia.
There are stunning untouched beaches that offer world-class snorkelling and scuba diving in Raja Ampat, fascinating Unesco World Heritage Sites dating back to the 9th century in Yogyakarta and — everywhere you turn — the friendliest locals. In Raja Ampat, we found a homestay that included breakfast, lunch and dinner — plus it was right on the beach for around $29 USD per person per night. For more, see Food Fun Travel's "Bali Food Guide."

26. Bulgaria

Why: The entire Balkans region is an excellent option for budget travel, and if you haven't been before, I recommend starting with Bulgaria.
From wine country to snowy peaks to the Black Sea coast, it's an adventure playground that every budget can afford. In Bulgaria's wine country you can get a full winery tour with multiple tastings plus bread and cheese for about $5 (check out Villa Melnik winery), take a hike through Bulgaria's famous sandstone pyramids and then sleep in a beautiful authentic style hotel like Zlaten Rozhen with breakfast included for about $30.

27. Cusco, Peru

Why: Most people who pass through Cusco are en route to the very popular Machu Picchu, but you should make sure to spend a few days, maybe even a few weeks in this colorful city. Not only is the city absolutely stunning and oozing with culture, most accommodations range from $20 to $100 a night. Peruvian textiles are extremely affordable and the vibrant colors are stunning.
Eating out in Cusco can be extremely cheap, if you know where to eat. Restaurants are quite affordable compared to most American and European restaurants, but street food here is the real winner. I'm personally addicted to ceviche and can't find it cheaper than $15 for a small portion in the states, but in Cusco's San Pedro Market you can find ceviche plus Peruvian fried rice for only $3.
On my last trip, I had steak and ceviche nearly every day and never spent more than $15 for two including a drink and soup.

28. Georgia
Why: Meagen Collins: This ancient European country is starting to grab the attention of travelers from all over the world. Georgia has so much to offer — beautiful scenery, unique culture and tradition everywhere you look, and the food will leave you drooling for more.
Add to that the fact this country lays claim to being the birthplace of wine (winemaking here goes back 8,000 years) and you have the ultimate new travel destination.
In Georgia, you can get a full meal plus copious amounts of wine for two people in a higher end restaurant, with live entertainment and still spend less than $30 — total. But get there fast: Word is getting around about this little gem and it won’t be tourist-free for long.

29. Mozambique

Why: This country is one of Africa's best budget travel destinations, with some extremely affordable accommodation situated along white sand beaches and next to an azure ocean. (Check out Villa Sands or Terraço das Quitandas.)
There's great scuba diving, too, and you can easily feel like a millionaire here for nothing! For more ideas, see Big World Small Pocket's "17 Incredible Budget Travel Destinations Still On My List (That Should Be On Yours Too!)."

30. Dallas, Texas

Why: Dallas is often overlooked, but packed with fun, food and great places to stay at prices far below the national average. (The city was voted the most affordable destination in the U.S. last year by Priceline and continues to remain a great value.) Downtown buzzes with excitement and culture, and the nearby Design District is exploding with eclectic shopping for home décor.
The high-rise Omni Dallas has rooms with stunning floor-to-ceiling views of the city starting at just under $200, putting you in the center of the action. With a rental car, you can fully explore everything the city has to offer. Look at fringe cities like Grapevine and Plano for the charm of small towns of yesteryear with main street shops and eateries.
The Gaylord Texan Hotel in Grapevine is convenient to DFW airport and offers full-out luxury at rates around the $200 mark.

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It was Propose day on that day..i wished her gud mrng and propose day..then i asked her ''oye bta tujhe propose krna h ya ni...??''
She- ohhhhh bas..
He- bta na krna h ya ni..??
She- noooooooooooooooo...
He- to kar kon kr rha hai...??
She- oh my god.. Very funny..
He- toh has le.. Kya soch kr rhe the kar dunga never..
She- ohhh hello.. Mein kuch nahi soch rht thi...apna dimag chlana band kro..
He- wo to chlta hi nahi hai ..pta ni kya ho gya ise..
She- hai bhi ya nhi..??
He- hai to.. Acha ab tu mere tashan lene lgi..sikh gyi sath rh kar..
Then in the meanwhile the texted me.. Oye kal chocolate day hai...mazza aayega..bhot chocolates milengi...
I replied her jyada nhi khani chahiye chocos...
Then in the evng..
She-yaar aaj mere din ki starting bhot buri hui..i wasn't feeling well..aur mein rone lgi..
He- kya ho gya aisha..??
She- fever..
He- doc k paas jao to..
She- mummy bol to rhi hai unke paas jaane k liye but m ni jana chahti..doc k paas jane se acha to m so jaun.. Mujhe doc k paas jana acha ni lgta..
He- bimaar rhna acha lgta hai..?? "Take care of youself nt for u but for me.."
She- dialog mt maar..chal gud nyt..soja..
He- gud nyt horror dreamz..
On the next day in mrng i texted her mrng nd chocolate day wish.. And she too wished the same..
Then we talked in the night..i was missing her whole day...
I asked her...pagal kitni choco mili..
She replied 11 mili 2 khud li...
And asked tere ko kitne mili..
He- 5 mili aur 6 di...Bhot khrcha ho gya yaar..
She- 6 chocos p kyu roye ja ra hai..
He- 120*6=720.. kaafi h yaar..
She- kis kis ko baant di..
He- sare frndz..
She- girls..??
He- nahi boyz...girls p inna kharcha kon kre...waise bhi ladkiyaan bf's k paiso k mazze leti..true love kon krta hai..
She- haan ye to hai..
He- apka bhi bf nahi hai na..??
She- nahi...ab plzzz ye mt poochna ki phle kyu haan boli thi..??
He- yeehhhh....ek mil gyi line marne ko..balle balle..
She- nahi mili..m jst ur frnd..aur frnd ko line ni marte..
He- yaar tu har baat ko serious kyu leti hai..
She- kyuki har baat majak ni hoti...
(mujhe phle baar bhi yakeen nhi hua tha ki iska koi bf hai...but us din usne khud mna kiya to yakeen pakka ho gya...i was very happy on that i could feel the beam of hope deep inside my heart for making her mine....)
He- mein tujhe apna love guru bnaunga...
She- ohhh mujhse tips loge...???
He- haan..jb bhi p girl k samne jata hoon pta ni kya ho jata h bola hi ni jata..
She- hahahahaha over excited ho jate ho kya...?
He- nahi pta ni kya ho jata hai..dar sa lgta hai..
She- hahahaha ki kahin ladki marna na shuru kar de..
He- ab ise majak m mt le m serious...
She- ohhhh phli baar serious hue ho...dekho dar sbko lagta hai..aur try krne m kya jata hai...aur dar unke samne lgta hai jinhe tum chahte ho...
He- aisha hi kuch hai...(i started thinking abt her..)
Chal gud nyt yaar...meko ninni aa ri hai...
She- okk gud nyt meko to 12 bje sona hai bhai ka b'day hai ushe wish krna hai...
He- m bhi sochu aaj tu gud nyt kyu ni bol ri ho...??
Meri taraf se bhi wish kr dena..

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The next morng i wish her gud mrng..with a mrng greeting..
And i dun knw why but she
was very angry at that time...
She simply said,''bye.''
Don't talk to me...
Then i asked the reason for her angerness..
She replied sorry yaar..
I asked why..??
She- me hmesa kisi aur ka gussa kisi aur pe utar
deti hoon..
i dun knw log aisha kyu karte
hai..phle to khud baatein chupate hai..
aur phir hme kisi aur se pta chlta hai to excuses bnate
jaise hme kuch pta hi na ho..disgusting..
Dey r something from inside and something from outside..fake..
(i didn't get that it was her exact wordings.. )
He- to m hi milta hoon kya sbka gussa utarne k
After that she didn't rply me for 30-40 minutes..
I sent a msg to her...''oye mujhe tujhse kuch
kaam hai..''
She- kyuki sbse jyada bkwaas tumhi krte ho
isiliye tumhi milte ho.. And kya kaam tha..??
He- kuch nahi yaal wo to idea tha rply lene ka..
And m aisha hi thik hu..
ladkiyoon se simple baatein kro to bolti hai..saala cheap line marne ki sochta hai..
She- hahahaha ladko ki simple baatein bhi simple ni hoti...
Then she said tum aishi baatein bhi kar lete ho..
He- omg! Line maar ri ho kya.. hahaha
She- nahi..abhi scale nhi h na..line maari to tedi
bhi lag skti h..phir kahin bhi ja skti hai..
He- hahaha to phle scale khrid le..
She- nahi..zarurt nhi hai..
He- to kab pdegi..??
She- wo to pta ni..
He- to kisi ''baba'' se pooch le..wo bta dega..
She- i don't believe in all these rubbish things..
He- hmmmm..nw bye t'cr..
She- bye..
The next day..
He-(in funny mood).. Oye line kaise marte hai
mujhe sikhao na..??
She- hmmm...kya baat hai..?? Tujhe kon mil gyi
He- bta na..
She- yaar ladkiyon ko line marni hi nahi
chahiye..unko bas thoda sa style maaro khud hi
piche aa jayengi..
He- styles..?? Jaise..??
She- main kya line marne ka tution deti hoon..??
He- main tujhpe marne ki soch rha tha but
tumne btaya hi nahi..
She- acha hua nahi btaya... And dun even think
abt it okk...
And haan idiot 9 baj gye bye gud nyt swt drms..
He- gud nyt swt drms u too...
Meri bkwass ki taraf se ek sher arz kiya hai.. Inni pyaar se bye mt bol pagli ...nahi to pyaar se tujhe pyaar wala pyaar ho jayega...
But she didn't rply for it at that time..then i also
went to my bed..and started thinking abt her
rply for it...sochte sochte pta hi ni chla kb so gya
Then i woke up in the mrng..nd as usual
checked my phn.. And saw a msg from her..
She- omg kya hoga tumhara... Gud mrng have a
nyc day,..
He- gud mrng n same to u...
In the night...
I sent a msg....and that msg was... " ye le meri line oye ____________________­__________ ____"
Mili kya meri line..???
She- kya kar rhe ho..???
Pagal ho tum..?? Inni lambi line maroge kya...??
And this was the last msg from her on that 11:18 pm...
I was in bed at that time...and was sleeping...

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chapter 5

It was promise the valentines week was going on at that time...
I wished her gud mrng and promise day.. She also did the same...then i asked her wht promise do u want from me... She said nothing..
He- i promise that i will never hurt you..
She- never promise to anyone..time ka kuch pta ni hota kab kya ho jaye...
He- hmmmm...thats the great thinking of urs.. But m is mamle m kuch aur hoon..
She- matlab...??
He- kuch nahi...tumhe samjh ni aayega tum abhi bache ho..
(through that promise i wanted to tell her that i care for u..but she didn't got it..)
She- okkk badi bhi ho jaungi kisi din..
He- kya kr rhi ho..??
She- tumse baat..
He- gud..acha hai roz kiya k liye acha hai..
She- kyu..?? Tum koi calcium, protein ya iron ho ..?? Haan..??
He-pta ni..
She- pta kr k aana to..
He- haan kal forensic test krata hoon..
Then we both wished gud nyt to each other..
After it..we didn't have any conversation for 2 day.. Dun knw but I was feeling bad..Aur mujhe reason bhi ni pta tha ki kyu aisha feel ho ra tha.. Irritate hone lga tha classes m..mann bhi ni lg ra tha...
Finally she texted me...
He- mood off hai..
She- mujhe pta tha..tumhara mood off hai na..chlo tumhe ek baat btati hoon tumhe ajib lgegi but still...
He- hmmmm btao..??
She- btaun..??
He- haan ab bta bhi de...
She- u knw sandy..???
He- haan janta hoon..
(sandy was our common frnd..)
She- i thnk she likes u..may be aisha na ho..but mujhe aisha lgta hai..
I knw m talking stupidly..but mujhe aisha lgta hai..
He- tujhe kaise pta wo mujhe like krti hai...?? Haan..??
She- mujhe lgta hai ..jese wo baat krti hai..and many other things..
He- wo abhi 10th m h pagal..tera dimag khrab hai...??
She- may be pta nahi..tum bde khush ho rhe ho..kya baat hai..??
He- kuch nahi bas hasi aa ri hai..and dun wry aisha kuch nahi hai...
She- m kyu worry krungi..??
He- ab tu mere mazze le rhi hai na..??
She- kya baat kr rhi ho..?? M aisha kar skti hoon kya..???
He- lag to rha hai..koi ni le lo mazze...tum to khush rhogi..
She- tumhara mood thik ho gya..??
He- haan thoda bhot...
She- ohhh ek ladki ki baat krne se thoda sa thik ho gya..4-5 ki krti to pura thik ho jata..hai na..??
He- tu na bhot bdi ________ h...
She- is blank m a to z tk kya aayega..??
He- kuch bhi fill krlo..
She- (dun knw why she said this)
Ladke na bhot besharam hote hai..
He- m na hoon..agr meko bol ri h to..
She- haan dikhta hai kitna hai..
He- koi shaq ...kinna shrif hoon m..
She- koi itna sharif kaise ho skta hai..??
He- koi nahi h..m hi 1 piece hoon bas..
She- gud nyt...t'cr m sleepy nw..
He- ok gud nyt...
But phir jane k baad usne ek msg aur send kiya..
That msg was''oh shut up..sorry sorry...aur poochna mt kyu...i can't tell..m na sahi m bhot bdi _________ hoon...nd bye..

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it was valentines day of 2012..nothing was special for me on that
day was a normal day likewise others..
i wished gud mrng and happy valentines day..
she- guuud mrng.... hv a lovely lovely day....
nd happy valentine's day 2 u also....
He- hmmmmmmm...
she- kya kar rhe ho...??
he- ek indonesia ki online hai.. m to uske tashan le rha hu...!!
she- lagr rho achi baat hai..
he- faaaaaaaaaaaadu hai wa...(to make her jealous)
she- bas bas ctrl..nd dikhne m ya baaatein krne m,,
he- dono m..
she- okkk to pta lo..then ghumna phirna indonesia..
he- hehehehe....wo to khush hai...
she- haan to tumhare ander konsa kam phool khil rhe honge..?
he- hehehehe...bas ab.. gyi wo to.. haryanvi suna di usko...
kuch smjh ni aaya usko..
she- kuch jhooth bola kya..? or itna sharmaiyo mat..
kahin pta chle tu uske tashan nhi wo tere tashan le rhi thi...
he- means..?
she- means kuch nhi..nd tumne ushe dra diya kya..? jo bhaag gyi..?
he- ol hai par rply nhi kar rhi..lgta hai apne bf k sath busy hai.. she- hmmm... ye to rajdhani express se bhi tej hai..itni jldi dusre station p pahuch gyi..
he- haan in ladkiyoon p trust krna hi nahi chahiye..
she- yaa ryt mat kra kro..
he- aage nhi krunga..
she- gud..
he- but tujhpe to hai..
she- nahi mujhpe bhi mat krna..
he- kyu..?
she- bcoz i don't want ki meri wajah se koi hurt ho...koi bhi..
he- thinking...
she- hmmm... nd i also dnt trust any1..haan ek baar kiya tha bt..
they both dnt deserve that..
he- hmmmmmmmmm..
she- but jo hua acha hua..nd today m happy nd i dun care..
he- hmm...itna serious mt ho..
she- hona pdta hai..its natural..bye t'cr evng m milte hai..
he- okay bye...
in the evng...
i remembered a dialog from rockstar movie.."oye gf bn ja meri tu aur mein mil k rock kr denge..
mene ye dialog uspe maar diya..flrting m..
she- no thnxxx..
he- dekh le golden chance hai phir nhi milega..baad m boliyo mt ki koi mila nahi..
she- hmm...tumse to acha hi milega..
he- aisa kon milne wala hai..?
she- tumhe kyu btaaun...?
he- to rhne de mt bta..
she- to mein konsa bta rhi hoon..
he- to kon pooch ra hai.. m kyu pooch...?
she- ryt..
he - m alwayz ryt..
she- achi baat hai..
he- i know..
she- bas ab jyada ud mt..
he- mein to ud gya..
she- heheheee kahan..?
he- god k paas..
she- wahan bhi fb hai..?
he- upr bhot kuch hai...
she- okk enjoy kro..
he- wo to m hmesa krta hoon..
she- tum type krne se phle itna sochte kyun ho..?
he- sochta kahan hoon..? and mere paas mind hi nhi to sochna kya..? she- ohh... ho... aajkal itni smjhdari ki baate kese krte ho....
ohhh mera asar ho rha h.... chlo kuch to acha hua...
he- hmmmm... thnxxx
she- chal gud nyt..
he- itni jldi.. aaj to mujhe neend nhi aane wali...
she- kyu..? jagran h..?
he- nhi g ...kuch aur hai..?
she- kya..?
he- ek m hu.. aur bs m hi hu..
she- tum akele ho..??
he- hmmmmmmm...
she- kyu tumhare gharwale kahan gye..?
kahin tumhe bahar to nhi nikaal diya..
he- nooooooooooooooooooo­oooo......itne b bure din ni aaye...
she- to phir..?
he- kuch nahi... ek baat btao...? tere samne ek taraf sweets hai..
ek taraf dimaag .. kya choose krogi...?
she- dimaag.. nd tujhe gift kr dungi..
he- jiske paas jo nhi hota wahin choose krta hai..
she- mere paas hai..tere paas nhi h isliye tere ko gift kr dungi...
nd nw really gud nyt..t'cr..
he- gud nyt t'cr u too..

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