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... and retain their guests. JW Marriott has to adapt to the Indian market in order to attract Indian guests as well as international. This last group forms around the 80% of the JW guests.
After a wonderful (and all the best adjectives in the world) lunch we drove to the airport for our meeting with Air Asia (India). They just started operating in Bangalore two weeks ago so everything was a ...
... mal! :O and its still amazing here.
So we have decided to maybe skip the voluntry work. (maybe one in Nepal) and just travel where and when we like until we have ran out of spending tokens...(thats money Marlena!) so we will probably we back sooner than we planned.
any way.... laters!!!
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... a ton of entrepreneurs and Babson Alums in Bangalore, from our host Chinmoy who is currently working on a IT startup in the healthcare industry to his former boss Umesh, CEO of a big IT firm and Millind a locomotive giant or Raj working on a site that will change recruiting: recruiterbox. And all of these interviews were only done in the first two days in town.
The last day we ...
... for the first time our daughter had her own list.
It is well known fact that Indians want to take their world with them when they travel. From the list one can easily conclude that we are Indians. The list includes
1. Essentials (Clothes, footwear, towels, toilet kit etc)
2. Photography kit (Cameras, lens, ...
... in the top 10 of the Forbes 400 this year) compared with the extreme poverty that I saw pretty much everywhere. The cool of the North (I didn't make it to the Himalayas, at least not in India but by all accounts freezing temptress are still present at the foothills) compared to the heat and humidity of the south.
I have enjoyed my time here but it is now time to move on, 2 days after my arrival in Kathmandu I will set ...