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Bombay in DecemberI love Bombay in December Its the sunny and bright morning that makes me feel like everything is possible its the warm afternoon that gets me alive and a cool and dry night that save me out from bad dreams I am back in Bombay after five months of unexpected trip in Tokyo I feel being back to myself again like my spirit shape is adjusted to the just size of my body without any gap Or it could be just my regular kurtas and pajamas or my old Osho chappal Whatever it is I felt calm and relaxed after a long long timeA few friends said I look Japanized after spending so many months in Tokyo probablly because I was wearing makeup on the first day of arrival But the Japanization effect usually ends in a day after filling my stomach with proper spicy Indian food and a few fights with rikshaw walas over tiny change I still dont know whos fault it is not having changes me or them or it is the social system that does not let them keep change in their pocket both of us should blame together Life in Bombay became much easier than in Tokyo to me in many ways and this feeling is not easy to explain to Japanese people who do not love this cityI did almost nothing but work in Tokyo for the last five months We were handling a business plan and a new event project at the same time I was physically in pain because of sleepless nights and restless weekends months over months One night on the last train in Tokyo Metro I suddenly started craving for mutton korma and Bengali fish fry and chapati-bindi-baji so badly and next moment I found myself crying for not getting them by just making a call Its insane and even sounds funny but I was so serious My colleague took me to a
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