On Sunday, I set out to T3: The Tea Table. A blogmeet was supposed to be held there. My Dad offered me a lift because he was going that way. So, at four twenty-five, I found myself on the corner of Park Street and Free-School Street. I had never been to T3, so I decided that I would have to look for the place. So I looked around ... and saw a familiar face. Trina was sitting and looking out of the window. I looked up and saw the signboard. It said T3. I walked towards the entrance ... and saw another familiar face. Teleute was standing there looking very confused. Obviously, she did not know Trina. She saw me, and we engaged in small-talk. Just then, another confused face popped up. His name was Krishanu. He was wondering whether we knew of a blogmeet. The door opened, and Trina came out. After the brief introductions, we went inside and met another blogger called Sphinx.
Soon, other bloggers started showing up. The venerable JAP, the insane UI, Jaded, Srin, Rimi, Babelfish... the numbers grew. Soon, we were making lots of noise. Much coffee was consumed before the management gracefully informed us that they were out of coffee. More likely, they found us too noisy.
A general exodus was made in the direction of the main Flury's. The people inside stared as a lot of people walked in, and stared harder when we made lots of noise even before being seated. Food was ordered, from Chicken-Cheese sandwich to Coffee with Ice-Cream to Chocolate Pastry.
Photographic evidence was also acquired. JAP took a few pictures, the best of which has to be the one of UI and myself engaged in semi-mortal combat over Coffee with Ice-Cream.
Slowly, some of our number began to disperse. At about seven fifteen (not sure), we left Flury's. We split up, but not before posing for a photograph in which all of us cross the road together.
Then, we went our separate ways. And that was the end of the blogger-meet.