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... an Arabic salad that I ate almost every day in Dubai, that I forgot that any kind of raw food is totally banned. Not enough, we all had a milk-based dessert. Oh, oh!
After all this not relevant information, I have to say that today has been a very productive day too. Our first meeting took place at the Bajaj – Allianz offices with Archana Mishra, Assistant Travel Insurance. It was interesting to learn about travel insurance landscape in India. ...
... world, is very new and constantly changing. One thing that Elizabeth from Dnata confirmed is that travel managers in India, or buyers, are very cost conscious. Buyers want the most amount of services possible for their money. One of the challenges that they mentioned is that when they offer a service to a travel manager or client, the client often would like the product or service, but for free. Companies do not want to pay any more than they have to ...
... success so far as nothing replaces meeting people in person.
Out on the Town
The first day we chose to eat in the hotel for dinner so we did not see much of the city besides driving to and from work. The drive was great as we got to see people going about their everyday lives. Our driver the first day was only temporary took the main roads. On the second day we got our permanent driver and he chose to use back streets ...
... to. Eggman had kindly pre-booked the first 2 nights of our stay in Bangalore, and was scrambling around for the e-receipt which had the address of the hotel on it....over to you Eggman.....Eggman? hotel address for the driver please? what dyou mean you cant find it? certain that the hotel was on Cubbon road we drove up and down, with no sight of the UG Royal, the driver ...
... short time…but Arvi , Endu ,Hanuman & Anand had taken another deviation which would also lead to the same place… Told them to come further so tat we could all go ...