- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and appreciate the thrill of the “roller-coaster” rhythm – up, down and side to side.
Local people have been very friendly – especially young kids, who have come up to say “hello”. On several occasions, an exchange of smiles has led to conversation.
Eating local food has brought new experiences, tastes, textures and aromas. So far, so good! We have been blessed with a wide range of fresh, tasty foods that ...
... still tired from my late arrival and early wake-up, and the cool air-conditioning of the room put me right to sleep.
The rest of day I spent exchanging emails with the doctor and playing with Oceana. In the evening we all went for a walk around the neighborhood and down to the beach. (Scott and Tawan live just a short walk from the Indian Ocean.) On the way to the beach, Oceana, sitting atop Scott's shoulders, started making faint ...
... show! This was so much fun. We then had a surprise dance performance from the Waitrose team before somehow having to show our Bollywood dancing we had learnt! Sudhir along with Sriki and Vijiy presented us with a certificate for our training and a lovely Indian plate! We can honestly say that we have been overwhelmed with how well we've been looked after whilst with Cognizant. To round the last working day off we headed to lunch with some of the team at an organic farm restaurant (2 ...
... All the strange smells. Fascinating things and people on the streets. The CRAZINESS! Oh so much new and exciting in such a small period of time. Incredible India<3 A huge country with enormous diversity!
We've arrived at the airport with a bittersweet feeling. Excited about traveling to a new country and culture but sad to say goodbye to this one...
Next time you'll hear from us we'll be in BANGKOK!
Farewell from INCREDIBLE ...
... who were very nice. The day was also filled with Alice twitching every 2 minutes to check there were no cockroaches in her surrounding area. After what felt like a very long day tea time came and various men started to run up and down the aisles of the carriage shouting 'hey coffee coffee coffee' or ‘ice cream very nice ice cream’ we both were delivered our vegetarian curry which cost about 50p and looked and tasted like many of the other northern ...