I'm off to Delhi, reporting for Newsround at the Commonwealth Games. I'll be sending messages and film clips as I go along - and you'll find them here.
Thursday, Delhi, 10pm
The sport is over, the handover to Glasgow is over and the closing party is almost over - but the crowd here in the Nehru Stadium is still roaring.
The Delhi Games may not have started in the smoothest way, but I think they've been a big success. It's been an unforgettable experience for all the athletes I've spoken to - and for all the right reasons.
As for me, I think my Indian adventure has been far too short. It's my first time in Delhi and the first time I've seen a Commonwealth Games up close - and I've totally loved every minute of it.
Thursday, Delhi, 9.30pm
The award for the best dancing of the night goes to Scottish swimmer David Carry. Looking good, David!
Thursday, Delhi, 9.15pm
Northern Ireland's golden boys of boxing came over to show off their medals - Eamonn O'Kane, silver medallist Tommy McCarthy, Paddy Gallagher and Paddy Barnes. They were a bit black and blue but definitely in the mood to celebrate their success!
Thursday, Delhi, 9pm
Good to see so many athletes staying in Delhi for the closing ceremony. I spotted some of England's hockey girls enjoying the party with their teammates.
Thursday, Delhi, 8.45pm
Jonathan and Craig were picked as the hero pipers for the handover ceremony. They came over for a chat after playing in front of 60,000 people.
Thursday, Delhi, 8.30pm
It's time for Glasgow's part of the ceremony. Check out how this lot are using leafblowers to inflate the 'Armadillo', which is going to host the weightlifting at the Commonwealth Games in 2014.
Thursday, Delhi, 7.15pm
I'm so close the action, I want to try and be part of the performance - except no one told me about the white dress code!
Thursday, Delhi, 6.30pm
About to go live on air. My first task is to say hi to Jake in the London studio and interview Tinku, who lives in Delhi, about how the games have gone.
Thursday, Delhi, 5.30pm
It's closing ceremony day and, once again, I've got one of the best seats in the house - on the stadium floor. But this time Matt the floor manager is going to help me grab a chat with as many athletes as possible.
Monday, Agra, 12.30pm
Sonali finds out more about India's Taj Mahal
The Taj Mahal really is the most beautiful building in the planet - I can't get over how spectacular it is.
Wish you were all here xx
Monday, Agra, 11.30am
Pollution can ruin the marble that the Taj Mahal is made out of so cars aren't allowed within 1.5miles of the site - instead, we were taken there on these battery-operated vehicles.
Monday, Delhi, 9am
I bumped into swimmer Keri-Anne Payne and her crew on the train. They're all looking forward to relaxing and seeing one of the seven wonders of the world.
Monday, Delhi, 7am
The easiest way of getting there is by train.
For breakfast we were served cornflakes and chocolate...
..and it came with a rose!
I just had to take a snap!
Monday, Delhi, 6am
It's a rare day away from sporting action today.
I'm off to visit the Taj Mahal, in Agra. It's one of the seven wonders of the world!
I'm heading there with loads of athletes who've finished competing at the Commonwealth Games.
Saturday, Delhi, 3.30pm
This is Qutub Minar - at over 72m, it's the tallest free-standing brick tower in the world.
Saturday, Delhi, 1.30pm
Finally got to see Chandni Chowk - one of India's oldest and busiest markets - it's crazy!
Saturday, Delhi, 12.30pm
Filming around Delhi means I can sneak in a bit of sightseeing too.
Here I am at Red Fort, which stretches for 1.5miles.
Friday, Delhi, 8pm
Imogen Cairns has just won her 2nd gold of the Games too.
She told me the past week has been beyond her wildest dreams.
It looks like Imogen isn't going to retire after all!
Friday, Delhi, 7pm
It's been a stunning week for England's gymnasts.
Just had a chat with Luke Folwell after he won his 2nd gold and 3rd silver of the Games. He couldn't stop grinning.
Friday, Delhi, 1.30pm
I went to watch one of India's biggest sporting stars - Sania Mirza - play her tennis semi-final today and spotted her equally famous husband - Pakistani cricket player Shoaib Malik in the stands cheering her on.
That's him the sitting next to the camera.
Thursday, Delhi, 7pm
Look who I ran into down at the pool today!
It's Olympic and world champion swimmer Keri-Anne Payne and Olympic bronze-medal winner Steve Parry, who's part of the BBC's swimming commentary team - that's Steve tweeting about me and Keri-Anne.
Thursday, Delhi, 11.50am
Tom Daley flew into India yesterday - it's his first time here. He's not competing until next week so he's got a few days of training ahead.
And if you thought being at such a big event would mean he didn't have to do his homework - think again. He hit the books for two hours this morning.
Thursday, Delhi, 11.45am
Some of Pakistan's hockey boys have just challenged Ashleigh and teammate Sally Walton to a table football match - shame I can't stay to watch who won but I have to rush off to meet Tom Daley.
Thursday, Delhi, 11.40am
I've just bumped into England hockey player Ashleigh Ball in the games room at the athletes village.
The last time we met was two weeks ago while she and her team were training for Delhi in a heat chamber. Great to see her a lot more chilled this time!
Wednesday, Delhi, 5pm
I've just seen Zoe Smith win a bronze medal, making her the first English female to win a weightlifting medal in the Commonwealth Games.
She was in total shock when I spoke to her after the medal ceremony - but couldn't stop grinning. Well done Zoe!
Wednesday, Delhi, 10am
Just had a sniffer dog nosing around my bag at the IBC...
It's almost as if he knew I had snuck a pain au chocolat in there from the breakfast buffet, to have as a mid-morning snack!
Tuesday, Delhi, 2pm
Sonali meets champion teen weightlifter
The reason we were anywhere near the athletes village in the first place is because we were filming a chat with weightlifter Zoe Smith.
She's competing for England tomorrow. She's a great girl and as you'd expect, very strong.
But I wasn't expecting her to say she could easily lift more than two of me!
Tuesday, Delhi, 1pm
Attention Newsround fans Alice and Lewis... Your dad Shaun is okay.
He had to have two injections as a precaution though - one for rabies and the other for tetanus. He says the rabies one hurt!
Tuesday, Delhi, 12.30pm
I finally saw one of those langur monkeys that have been chasing away smaller monkeys at venues here in Delhi.
It was sitting on this bike outside the Games village. Cameraman Shaun and I had to walk past it to get in and guess what? It tried to snatch Shaun's mobile phone out of his hand and ended up scratching him!
Shaun was swiftly taken to the hospital in the athletes village...what a drama!
Monday, Delhi, 5.30pm
Dani, who won gold at the Paralympics in Beijing, finished 14th in the individual and 2nd in the team event.
Before heading back to the athletes village, she told me how excited she is to be here.
Monday, Delhi, 3.30pm
I'm about to see my very first bit of sporting action at Delhi 2010 - the archery qualification.
I'm here to see Danielle Brown make history by becoming the first Paralympian to compete for England at an able-bodied event at the Commonwealth Games.
The venue's almost empty - a real shame for the archers competing - I'm hoping there'll be more spectators over the next few days!
Sunday, Delhi, 10pm
This is me recording some bits for Newsround.
I thought the opening ceremony was the best live show I've ever seen - amazing!
Sonali reporting from inside the opening ceremony!
Sunday, Delhi, 9.15pm
These are the yoga students walking to their positions.
If only I'd worn a gold suit for the occasion- I could have snuck on stage with them!
Sunday, Delhi, 8.30pm
I managed to speak to quite a few athletes as they paraded past me.
Here's Haroon Khan - boxer Amir Khan's younger brother. He's boxing for Pakistan at the Games.
Sunday, Delhi, 6pm
Check out how close I'm going to be for all the action!
Sunday, Delhi, 5.30pm
We're going live on BBC One in an hour, so it's time for cameraman Chris to test out our equipment.
I'm very nervous about being interviewed by the brilliant Sue Barker.
Sunday, Delhi, 5pm
Just bumped into Dave the TMi cameraman, who is going to be filming the show from the main stage.
Sunday, Delhi, 3pm
It's the big day - Delhi is hoping to dazzle the world with a spectacular opening ceremony tonight.
My job is to report from the stadium floor while Huw Edwards and the rest of the team talk about the show - but getting there was chaos - that's why I don't look very impressed in this photo!
Saturday, Delhi, 1.30pm
This is one of Delhi's most popular tourist attractions. It's called Humayun's Tomb and it inspired the building of the mighty Taj Mahal.
Saturday, Delhi, 12.30pm
It's sweltering hot today - not good when I can't look too sweaty on camera! This is me and Sarah (my producer) cooling down in our bus in between takes.
Saturday, Delhi, 11.30am
Despite him being Bollywood's biggest star, it took us ages to find a poster of Shah Rukh Khan in Delhi - and when we did, it was on the outside of a public toilet!
Saturday, Delhi, 9.30am
This is us filming near the Parliament building - that's me in the pink top on the other side of the water.
Saturday, Delhi, 8.30am
Got a full day of filming all over Delhi ahead. This is the bus we'll be travelling in.
Friday, Delhi, 6.30 PM
I'm about to watch the dress rehearsal for the opening ceremony - very excited to get a preview before the rest of the world!
But I wasn't allowed to bring a camera into the stadium, so you'll have to wait until Sunday for some photos!
Friday, UK, 5pm
Sonali checks out the monkeys who are on guard at the Games
Friday, Delhi, 11.30AM
I interviewed champion runner Steve Cram about the home nations medal chances.
Here we are on the practise track outside the main Jawaharlal Nehru stadium.
Friday, Delhi, 10.00AM
I met super swimmer Karen Pickering today - I was hoping to run into her while she's working for the BBC in Delhi too. She's won 13 Commonwealth medals - including 4 Golds!
Thursday, Delhi, 1.00PM
Spent the morning filming with Olympic rowing champ Matt Pinsent around Delhi - at India Gate and Lodhi Gardens.
Must remember to keep my eyes open while filming though!
We're making a Commonwealth preview show that you can see on Saturday at 1.30pm on BBC One. Don't miss it!
Wednesday, Delhi, 5.00PM
The media centre which is our base in Delhi is part of a massive complex so they have a hop on hop off open side bus that you can use to get around quicker - but just look how packed they get!