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... but was in Bangalore for the week for work. It was great to meet her and hear all about her life in India. We loved talking about all of our travel experiences and the differences between our cultures.
We ended our exciting day taking a tuk tuk back to the hotel! This is a little three wheeled buggie that all of the locals use to get around. Thankfully Akansha was with us to negotiate a price so the driver could not rip us off! ...
... from the US, but also from Singapore and India. One thing I found interesting is how strenuous the recruitment and training is. This BCD call center truly cares about the quality of service that it provides to customers. Staff are trained to adapt to the culture of the phone calls they receive. I also really liked how the management continues to motivate employees. The cultures of ...
... One story that will help you understand our driver's sense of humor is "the cup holder" story. We were done with our drinks and he saw me looking around for a place to put my cup. He said with a straight face, "the cup holder is over here, give me your cup". Then in a single motion, he opens his door and tosses out the cup. Keep in mind that this is while he is swerving between cycles, taxis and cars. He didn't even slow down. This ...
... Dominoes pizza -- yes American pizza chains are quite popular here and very good.
Despite the fact that I have been feeling a little "under the weather," I have already had some cool experiences. I went on a scooter ride around the neighborhood with my roommate to get some chaat, which is Indian style street snacks. It's a popular thing to go out with friends or family to these small food stands and eat fried goodies with spiced sauces and cream. So ...
... from Kochi, arriving in Bangalore I was already in a dream-like state. After several more hours of transportation, we arrived at the peaceful and open-spaced Ashram. The ashramites (those staying at the Ashram) were more than welcoming, and gave us a tour around the area.
Once we were free to roam on our own, Chintan and I went to the Banyan tree (http://nithyananda.org/ashram/sacred-b anyan-tree-en-ashram-bidadi), the energy center of the Ashram. Several others ...