PUNEITES SPEAK

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Punekars take a nos­tal­gic trip down sum­mery mem­ory lanes

As a 80s kid, my child­hood, like that of the oth­ers of my gen­er­a­tion, was de­void of any tech gov­ern­ing our lives. Be­ing the hol­i­day sea­son, sum­mer time was only for fam­ily and friends. My fond­est mem­ory is vis­it­ing the erst­while Univer­sity Chowk Foun­tain with my par­ents at least twice a week and do­ing ev­ery­thing from play­ing around in the wa­ter and gorg­ing on cot­ton candies and ice to just sit­ting on the para­pet and watch­ing the foun­tain dance in the wind. I sorely miss that. Look­ing for­ward to this sum­mer: ev­ery sum­mer is back to ba­sics for my close friends and me. In our spare time, we go around scout­ing for the same street good­ies that we loved as kids! So it’s the s and the ice in the com­pany of friends that I look for­ward to over the next cou­ple of months to keep my child­hood mem­o­ries alive!

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