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Today, I have visited my old employer HT India.
After a big ditch in 2013, they are doing much better and even had to rent an additional floor within the office building.
Then, I had bank issues to solve as I still had a bank account in India.
In the evening, Ranju and I took the sleeper train to Kannur in Kerala. A ride of about 13 hrs.
Pictures to come hopefully sooner than later.
... the most that will fit on a scooter. All mothers must ride side saddle and be holding a baby in one arm. Any additional children must be sandwiched between the parents. You may not use any moving system of transport unless you announce your presence to every fellow traveller by means of a noise emitting device.
Every Indian has broken his or her ankles an average of 16 times by the time they reach retirement age as falling off the unfinished and ...
... lady seemed surprised that I would pass up a chance to sit in her fancy lounge for free.
I noticed something interesting at the airport security checkpoint: In India, they don't confiscate your drinking water when you are about to board a plane. Instead, they do exactly what any sensible person would do in this situation: If they have the slightest suspicion about you, they simply make you drink some of your water. If you drink it and die, then they don't ...
... family members living in the cities I was planning on visiting. One of these was her cousin in Chennai who is a renowned classical India Ballet Dancer. When I contacted him to let him know the dates I would be coming to Chennai, I asked if he was aware of any performances that would be taking place during the week that I was going to be there. His response was that I would be there the exact week of the national dance festival, taking place at the renown Music ...
... nod as if they know what you are talking about. We asked for a bottle of cold water and the waiter nodded saying "yes mam" and off he went. He came back with a warm bottle of water! The Indians like their water warm so you have to ask for it chilled here. We must have asked for the bill about 5 times before we got it too. We are on Indian time I guess... I remember this from before. If they say 10 minutes... it's really 20 minutes! Another lovely day ...