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This part of Pune is the real Pune of yesteryears ...
Each time we visit Harbinger Systems, they have a team building event called Happy Hour. (If you recall the last time, I was wrapped up in TP and became a mummy.) This visit we also had a Happy Hour. In Happy Hour the team plays several games to build/bond. The games we played were blowing soy chunks (uncooked) down a table ...
... ladies I work with could show me how to wrap it. I'm beyond bummed as I was going to wear it to a function later in November. The travel gods are rattling my cage.
Every story has a silver lining: I've met some wonderful people here in India. You cannot replace a smile. So through everything, no matter what, keep your head up and smile!
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Good News: A quick trip to the Pantaloone's and we are in business for 2 more days. Bad News: We (Cliff and I) will not get our cases until Thursday at the EARLIEST??? Seriously??? Bloody Mess!!! Right now we are working on our baggage claim via Air India when it was BA that messed up. ...
... named Gadag which housed many windmills and a huge statue of some political leader.
Everything was new hence exciting. Further we reached a town named Koppal which housed a huge and well built bus stand for the state transport buses. This was the place from where the landscapes started changing. We saw Hills in red colored stone. The stones were huge. This was a hint that we are nearing Hospet. And it was confirmed when we crossed the Tungabhadra Dam.