The BlogChatter Lunch

It has been a month to the Blogchatter Writing Retreat at Taj Resorts Damdama, Gurgaon and it feels like yesterday. (Belated Post about the retreat and Tak experience up soon)!

The lunch organised by Blogchatter and facilitated by RJ Prateek at 100% Rock at Ambience Mall, Vasant Kunj, Delhi today was a great opportunity to meet friends from writing retreat and meet other active bloggers, often interacted with during wednesday #Blogchatter microblogging sessions.
100%Rock is a restaurant & bar located on the 3rd floor of Ambience Mall on wide Nelson Mandela Road in Vasant Kunj, Delhi. The welcome message at the entrance set the momentum for the lunch event.  What followed was meeting fellow bloggers and interactions about blogging. It was interesting to learn on the genres they worked on and their blogging journeys. From being a full time employee & part time blogger to full time print journalist to new blogger, every story had a heartwarming resolve and passion for writing. 

Piyusha Vir & I discovered our common hospitality connect and shared hotels notes. We had a fun time giving “Indianised” names to perfectly Non Indian dishes. 

RJ Prateek played the perfect host & Mr. Rao, an old TJ veteran ensured free flowing snacks and mocktails on the tables. 
The hara kebab amongst the snacks served by attentive 100%Rock team was my fave. My vegetarian palatte relished onion rings & Hummus served with Pita bread. 

Amidst discussion about Alexa Ranking ( still a puzzle for many who are awaiting Blogchatter’s #MyFriendAlexa campaign in September), of writings underway and new posts, we concluded the afternoon with tons of pictures, selfies and promises to meet soon.

Thank you Richa and Prateek. And a big shout out to 100%Rock Restaurant & Bar for the wonderful hospitality 😊


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    1. This was my second interface with meeting bloggers via blog chatter and it was indeed a pleasure to converse with people passionate about written words. Thank you for stopping by and reading the post, Geetika.


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