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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... it a little bit before I went to Chile, but it never really hit me in Chile. I think this is because I have spent some years studying Spanish and Latino culture, so I had a really good idea of what I was going to get myself into.
I was farrr from prepared for India. You can see a simplified graph of culture shock that I uploaded in the photos. Although it has a much longer time-frame, I think I have felt some of the effects in the ...
... was good to see this recognition of hard work and commitment in action. We were called onto the stage to collect our certificates and amazing scrolls that had photos and quotes on from our time here. James and Emma gave a short talk about our experiences with Cognizant and what we have particularly enjoyed. We also saw some traditional South Indian dancing and got interviewed by the HR team about our time in India both inside ...
... is pretty spectacular.
We walk back past the park and get good time delay photos of the towers, then walk down the City Walk but it is deserted with no restaurants or any kind of food. We stop at a Middle Eastern restaurant near home, and have a very ordinary fattoush and fish and chips with half a coke each.
We’d planned on this being a restful couple of days, with time spent around the pool, but in fact we ...
... religious pilgrims. Thailand is a predominantly Buddhist country and there are a lot of sacred Buddhist sites in India, so a fair number of Thais visit India on religious pilgrimages. I tried to talk to these Thais in Thai, and rather than compliment me on my Thai as most Thais do, they pretended to be unable to understand me. It was a bit unfriendly of them. Even if my Thai is not very good, I’m sure they could have understood me if they wanted to. ...
... the ground for the new season that will come with the rains - due any day.
Settlements grow larger and merge into one. Giant billboards heralding the latest luxurious must-have silks and gleaming gemstones compete for the eye with crumbling mounds of rubble, half-finished roadworks and those ever-present piles of plastic - we're in big-city territory now.
Witness the street families asleep on the dusty ...