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... Delhi. I paid and was not given the right change back. I thought “Oh hell no. You are not going to rip me off! I am not stupid.” So I pointed at my receipt and told the cashier he owed me money. He handed me two pieces of candy. I put the candy back on the counter and said I didn’t want candy, I wanted my money. He laughed at me, went to another register and pulled out some coins. I got my 3 rupees change. And then it hit me. 3 ...
... 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 ...
... as here in Bangalore all bars, clubs – except for a few hotel owned – close at 23:00.
Bangalore is so very different from Dubai – it is greener, cooler, there is a nice breeze, there are a lot more people, much lower buildings and obviously a much greater divide between rich and poor. In front of the bar or at traffic lights we stopped at, baggers approached us asking for money, they touched us and tried to hold us ...
... a music meditation at 5 AM. We were woken up at 4.30 to attend the meditation. Brahmarshi Partriji was playing flute with three others artists on other instruments. All the participants were sitting on meditation (picture below), some on chairs and some on the lawn.
[Music meditation in the morning]
Meditating on the flute music was a beautiful experience. Besides ...
Well today I took a 3 hour bus ride to Bangalore from Mysore. When I arrived at the bus station in Bangalore those naughty tuk tuk drivers tried and succeeded to overcharge me for my ride to Tom's Hotel.....no one would turn their meter on. Getting ripped off means I paid nearly $4.00 instead of $2.00 USD. I know your not impressed but that cost me an extra big bottle of beer....my universal calculation. I also made contact with one of Jeff's ...