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... a basilica church was nicely built and had touches of India throughout, like flashing LED lights on the statue of Baby of Prague. We saw the main church and then went underground to where the tomb of St. Thomas where a relic from his finger and additional worship space were located.
Next was our visit to a shop that sold a variety of handcrafted India goods made my local artists who have learned their skills from ...
... feel to them illustrating the strong Gallic influence on this city. On the way we saw a large number of government posters encouraging the 815 M registered Indian voters to vote at the next election and not sell their votes. It was interesting that a few times on the way to Pondy from Chennai we saw people stopped at Police blocks. The policy were checking to ensure people were not carrying huge amount of money in the cars to pay off voters in the up-coming election. ...
Today was our last full day in the office at Cognizant - we definitely don't feel like it's been a month since we arrived here in India and I think we can safely say that tomorrow will be emotional! Thankfully Ruha will be joining us in John Lewis in March so we won't be too long without her infectious sense of humour but we'll definitely miss making Vijiy laugh and debating football and cricket with Sriki. The day ...
... Indian games only - he would have been beside himself shouting at the telly, if he had watched the England/Aussie game).
We went for a walk around the local streets this afternoon, and found a little supermarket/shop, where we stocked up on some snacks and had a general nosy at the local products on sale.
We will eat at the hotel tonight and probably have a lie in tomorrow, as it is not a city with many ...
... no. So, having not found myself or experienced spiritual enlightenment in India, what was the point? Well....here are the things that will stick with us forever : Sensory overload - I confidently thought i understood what the phrase meant until arriving in Delhi. I’ve never experienced overstimulation before on a trip. Im literally tired of looking at things here because there's so much to look at. If you’ve been to India, then you know what I mean. If ...