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Today's meetings were re-scheduled into yesterday's agenda and tomorrow which freed up some time to do some sight seeing. Our first stop was to a Baha'i Temple called the Lotus Temple which is an architectural marvel. A beautiful temple and grounds. One of the most visited temples in all of India. After spending a couple of hours at the Lotus , we then went shopping at a mini mall type place which was interesting to browse the ...
... enough and met our taxi driver for the next two days, Victor. Victor and his very tired Tata. No seat belts, one wing mirror and a temperamental battery.
We visited all the standard touristy places over the next two days, the most Impressive being the Baha'i Lotus temple due not only to it's sheer construction but ...
... store we watch as they communicate with one another and soon someone is assigned to us as we shop. We try to not let that be uncomfortable to us. We decide to walk back to our hotel. There is a walking bridge from the mall to our street. It's a short distances from there really but with the streets lined with vendors and beggars it's an uneasy walk. I'm greeted with a small boy with three roses. Begging me for money for shoes. I can't ...
... all makes pulling into a grocery store in North America rather mundane! Before heading off on our overnight trip to Agra I required some hi-lites and a trim, so Carol organized an appointment for me at the very tony ToniandGuy. It was a wonderful experience in every way, no drama to report thanks to Annie who did a great job for me, and served some tasty Chai along the way. Such a nice treat.
With all that done it was time to embark on an overnight trip to see the Taj Mahal. ...
... that all the offices, call centres and factories in this area are privately owned so everyone works six days a week. Only government employees work a five day week. That plus the kids on the bus earlier going to extra tuition says a lot about where this country has come from and where it is going.
As Kathleen points out we have probably spoken to half the people in the Gurgaon Call Centres when they have phoned us up.
After a short time we are at ...