Thursday, March 31, 2005

pack & go...

Today i shifted from Cologne to Kaiserslautern, a city in the South-West of Germany, close to France. I called a friend in Aachen (near Cologne) for help and he sent another Pakistani (Saifullah) to me for help in carrying luggage to train station. I was supposed to go in a small train (from local station) near my house to city's central train station. I called that Pakistani and told him the time for the small train that leaves from "local" station and asked him to bring along a taxi. He thought i told him the time of the train from "city" station. So he got to me earlier with the taxi. Naturally, i hadn't finished packing yet, and the meter of the taxi was running while it waited outside my house. So i hurridly packed everything, left the keys on the kitchen table and left in the taxi to the "local" station.

When we reached the "local" station, i remembered that i had forgotten the keys to my suitcases in my house. So i rushed back almost running to my house, only to find that it was locked and i had left the keys to the house inside !!! So i called the house-owner. He came in 10 minutes. I went in with him and found that i had left many things. So i gathered these things and came back to the local station. Then we went to the city station and i began my journey...

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

yar kia hal hay .Please update it that what u r doing now a days.

I visit ur web site offenly.

Anonymous said...

I am abdul wakeel
and learning you much.

Anonymous said...

May Allah Help you in futur

Anonymous said...

I hoped that you will write some thing about the days we have togather spent in A dorf of Deutschland but i think you have not like it
Abdul Wakeel

Abdul Qadeer said...

Moral of the story: You shouldn't have called your friend for help coz anyway it never turned out to be a help. See if u didn't call him, so he didn't come with a taxi, and you did things at your own pace and didn't left anything home.

So since u r in germany, you should be now called "Yasir Nazi" like people have munna lahore etc.
:-)
Regards

Yasir Niaz said...

I shall inshallah update it. Its just that i got busy in uni and exploring a new city and its people.

They don't like this Nazi stuff. They hate it now, at least in Western part. Secondly, it is better to have a bad experience than to have no experience at all, i guess :)