Ashraya International Hotel
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... opting for a vegetarian approach much to the surprise of my colleagues. I’ve since broken this, less by choice than not wanting to seem rude.
I have about 28 colleagues, all Indian. Eight of these are in the Renewables Certification Team on the first floor, the remainder are all part of Renewables Advisory on the Second floor. My desk is in a room with four others, half of the room is a junk heap. The office is actually meant to be moving to the World Trade Centre ...
... and everyone else works with it.
Let me give an example. A student is far too loud every lesson, because of this he gets send out regularly and gets detention regularly. Because his behaviour stands out his mentor invites him for a talk. After hearing the student out the mentor decide to look for possibilities of finding out if the student maybe has ADHD. The diagnose gets taken care of and paid for by ...
Today is our last day before we go to Pondicherry so we have spent the day killing time and exploring our neighbourhood. We've discovered textile town, filled with tons of beautiful hand stitched fabrics along with a notorious street gang of cows. ...
... near by it was really a fun time just such a different world but also very similar in the dress of most of the men. All in all glad I got out and saw a little bit of India on my first day. And especially glad I took an Auto.
One thing I have already noticed is the less than consistent power having lost it at least once already this morning and having my Internet going up and down so definitely the infrastructure still needs work even in the new areas. ...
... usual security checks, handing over bags and camera’s etc along with our shoes this time! The temple however turned out to be a rather commercialised affair as you were guided round by a Disneyland style queuing barriers through the different parts, and if you had purchased the VIP ticket you were allowed in the set of barriers that were that bit closer to the shrine! Even in the main hall you were guided past the main shrine and straight into the ...