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The reason I came to India was to learn yoga. For the past two and a half years I have made some really big and personal changes in my life. I started on a mission to be the best me I can be. Better late than never right? Despite all of my efforts I still needed to be taking better care of myself, physically and spiritually. What most people do not know, or only recently came to know, is that I was diagnosed with an autoimmune syndrome in my early ...
... creditor, and the role the BSP plays in payment. (SO many acronyms!). In addition, similar to every other company we have visited in India, we heard about the challenge of attracting and retaining skilled workers. This is largely because as more and more IT companies outsource work to India, the pool of skilled laborers decreases and competition between companies for employees increases. Additionally, labor laws and working ...
The Oberoi Hotel in Bangalore has undoubtedly been one of the greatest hotel experiences that I have ever had. Setting aside the shock and awe of having a butler, the service here is beyond words. Unlike at other hotels where the staff changes, the same people greet me with a smile everyday. The staff in the restaurants remember my name, room number, and even my preferences in juice! The greatest part about it all is that when everyone greets ...
... a wax crayon because I wasn't giving her enough attention! We gave a certificate at the end of the lesson simply to the child that had been the quietest! I also saw some interesting school discipline which involved one boy being grabbed by the ear, given a harsh talking to and then being slapped across the back of the head. I didn't feel comfortable with it personally, but that's probably just the way that I have been told to behave-hey who am I to question their methods?
... India, since they are Muslim, Sikh and other religions. The funny thing about this one was that they took off their shoes before entering. I've never seen this before. I went up to Chowmundy Hill, which is where the main tourist attractions are. One of them is the temples and small markets. I went to the temple and it was 100 rupees for foreigners and 20 rupees for Indians. There was water on the ground to wash my feet as I walked in. I got ...