I Spent My Whole Saturday Window Shopping Essay
I was so done by the time came back at the hotel. Piya sprawled over my bed, staring at the ceiling. Rolling my eyes, I took a seat next to her.
"What 's the plan for tomorrow?" she asked.
I looked at her and just shook my head. "Nothing, I am way too tired," I groaned. To be honest, I just wanted to sit and relax, away from everything.
"Fine!" she said, sitting back up.
"Wait! I have a place we can go!" I said as the idea popped in my head.
Immediately, I stood up and ran over to my laptop and flipped it open. I searched the place in Albany and found that there were three of them. The nearest one was twenty away.
It would have to do.
"What is it, Preet?" excitedly asked Piyali as she came to my side.
"Tell you tomorrow morning. Be ready by nine," I said, quickly closing in the window.
"Preet, you know I don 't work well waiting!" she whined.
"Sorry, but I can 't tell you, yet." I shrugged and laid down on my bed.
"I hate you."
"Gurudwara? Seriously, Preet?" Piyali said as we got out of our cab. "It does explain why you made me wear salwaar kameez."
I looked at the building which seemed like one of the nearby houses. Plain white outside, barely any noise, and hardly any people to be seen. If it weren 't for the big sign stating it was a…