About 6 years ago I watched Zindagi na milegi Dobara. The overall film is absolutely amazing and I love the message it has. But, there is one scene I absolutely loved in the film: the time they go to the Tomatina festival.

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After watching the film, I was obsessed. It looked so much fun and I knew I wanted to go and participate in the festival. HOW? WHEN? I didn’t care I just knew one day I would be there and enjoy the festival. I told my friends about it all the time but after a couple of years I stopped talking about it. I knew I still wanted to go but there was no point constantly mentioning it if it wasn’t going to happen anytime soon.


Peace out me

I was finally there. As I stood there and watched the commotion it all felt so unreal how did I manage this? As each truck of tomatoes passed, I got more and more excited about it and by the end of it I was covered in tomatoes … Not my best look but definitely the most fun I have had in a while HAHA 😀

It made me realise the thing about dreams is that you have to constantly think about them and work towards them. They don’t happen on their own. I could constantly talk about it or work hard and make it come true. I saved up the money by cutting back on other things, planned everything because this was something I really really really badly wanted to do. You have to reach out to your dreams 😉

Now the Bucket list has one more tick: check

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