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Today is the final day being a part of the Association of Corporate Travel Executives Around the World in 80 Hours Program. We had a great last day meeting with Dnata, Eco Car Services, and having a closing reception with many of the professionals we met with throughout the week.
Dnata is the local travel management company of the global travel management company HRG. We met with Dnata in Dubai as well so we knew a lot about the company before ...
... grepe, snipe, sandpiper, gull and wagtail. The resident species include egrets, herons, the black-necked stork, darters, cormorants, and the spur-winged lapwings. For the daredevils, the park also has several reptile species with fish-eating, long-nosed crocodiles, a few species of turtles and tortoises, the Indian python, viper, cobra, krait and king cobra inhabiting the park.
So catch your cameras, binoculars and trekking shoes. Corbett Holidays are going to be great fun! ...
Back home, I get into my luxury SUV each morning and travel along one of the most beautiful freeways for my short 20-minute commute...Hwy 280 with its view of Crystal Springs and the rolling hills. Sometimes in the evenings, I am frustrated at the backup of cars as we all rush home at the same hour. Well, here in India the congestion of cars, motorcycles, and all other kinds of vehicles seems constant. From the moment we landed, you hear the symphonic sounds ...
... the issues facing women here are so different to the issues that women face in Australia. According to the professor for this class, India's ratio of girls to boys is one of the worst in the world. This is mostly due to practices of female foeticide. Traditional Indian views are that boys will carry on the lineage, whereas girls will be married off to join another family and they must take with them a dowry that their family provides. I heard of an advertisement ...
... is a very holy place for Hindus). The current is quite fast here, and moreover on each side, security bars and chains are settled to avoid people to be swept away.
Later I attended an amazing show, once again given by these impressive birds of prey (I think they are hawks - faucons). We see them everywhere in India. But this time quite a big group: 20 or 30 of them were, in conquerors, hovering (planer) above the water, and when they spotted something, they changed ...
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