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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to go about it, and one of Narens friends had offered to help but didn't get back to us.
We found the college on a map and decided to try it out. After being directed to one person after the other, we met a professor of Sanskrit, who not only offered to do the translation, but when we returned the next day he had translated it in four different accepted ways so that she had a choice of which she preferred aesthetically! While we were there he also gave ...
... above the surrounds, we set off in that direction. This turned out to be the High Court of Chennai and was completely impervious to tourists. Understandably. A helpful police officer pointed us in the direction Lauren had originally suggested, much to my chagrin. She still has a long way to go before she accounts for her many Vietnamese “detours”. It was here that I discovered why so few people use the quite spacious side-walks in India. Unlike Vietnam where the ...
... the final test on Omnichannel, following which we continued with our scenarios and test cases. Just before lunch we were able to start the execution phase by getting our test data ready to run the test cases and had most if this setup done before breaking for lunch. Our final lunch courtesy of our favorite OMR restaurant, Aloft, was as fantastic as ever... we're just not sure how we'll adjust to going back to ...
... are not in touch with. I also found the music selections included a heavy number of Bruce Springsteen songs which I thought was odd considering we never hear him played in the Philippines. Dinner that night was with my traveling partners and classmates from Manila. Since I decided to eat all vegetarian, I ordered a paneer dish with dried fruits in a spinach and coriander sauce. It was served in a bowl with what looked ...
... decision to visit 'Auroville'. Auroville is a very bizaar place that if you think about its concept too much you may just loose the plot. It's an experimental township which is situated 8km North-West of Pondicherry. Auroville was designed by the French architect Roger Anger. Anyone with a whiff of new age will love this experiment. It is an international community built on soil donated by 124 countries where the people all live in harmony, meditate, don't believe in a specific god, ...