This week I went out with a couple of my college friends for the first time, and the chosen place was Bashundhara City which is said to be the largest shopping complex in South Asia.
With a camera attached to a wide-angle lens I could take mind-blowing photographs of the complex because it’s really a great place. But that’s not why we went there. Our main reason was to buy some gift for my niece, eat some chicken fries and play pool billiard. However, we ended up playing pool and blessing ourselves with some fried chickens but no gift for my niece. I always find it difficult to come up with an idea for a gift. Since she’s only about 3 months, we thought it wouldn’t be a nice idea to buy her something like a doll or a cuddly teddy bear. Most of my relatives have bought her dresses, but I wanted to do something different. Turns out, at this moment, dress is the only thing I can buy for her.
But you know what, I suck at choosing dress. When I [rarely] go out for shopping, I have a tough time choosing shirts for myself. So, we figured that we need some female to help out at shopping for the baby girl. Therefore, our hangout at Bashundhara City was only for having fun, eating and playing pool billiard.
One of my friends and I went to the complex straight from the college, so I had my uniform on, while others came from home.
Once we all gathered there, we checked out some smartphones at the ground floor. We were interested in Samsung Galaxy Y and a couple of Sony Ericsson Xperia smartphones. But we were hungry enough to skip checking out smartphones and escalate ourselves to the top floor’s food court.
After having ourselves blessed with some fried chicken, rice, coleslaw and drinks, we headed to Pool Billiard, the main attraction for our visit to the complex.
After playing pool for over an hour, we got out and started to think what should I buy for my niece. We wanted to play pool more, but two of our friends got bored so we had to get out of there. My friends suggested me that I should later come to the complex with some female relatives or friends because they’d know which dress to choose. Having agreed with them, we finally walked towards the elevator when we faced the Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol poster in front of Star Cineplex.
We would love to watch the film but the next show would start at 4.30 pm and we didn’t have that long time. So, we gave up the idea and went ahead towards the elevator when we spotted this.
So, then we headed to our home. It was a long journey back to our home, though. The traffic was like exploding although there was not a single bus that I could get on. It was too difficult for me to come back home.
So, for anyone reading this post, what do you think I should gift my niece? Although I decided to buy a dress, I’m still attracted to the idea of giving something else. What that could be?