We left at 5:00 AM on a foggy Saturday morning. Our driver, Pawan, was in good spirits as usual. Carlos, my colleague from Venezuela was very excited to be on his first road trip in India. So it would be just the three of us, but I was grateful for the company. Adventures are always…Details
Working in India has many similarities to working in the U.S. It also has many differences. I can only speak of my experiences so far and it includes working with one of the largest companies in India.
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The building we are in has nearly 4,000 workers. It’s quite modern with lots of glass. It even has a glass elevator, large fountain in the lobby, a huge open courtyard with palm trees in the center, cafeteria and daycare. The bathrooms have bathroom attendants. Directly across the street is a huge pile of garbage and homeless people. It is quite a contrast. The street vendors argue for the best spaces out front and dozens of tuck-tucks await their eager passengers ready to commute home after a long day of work.Details
I have already posted about things I don’t like in India, things that have shocked me and have been very hard to adjust to. So in the spirit of being thankful, here are things I do like. 1. The people here are amazing! I have never experienced such a gracious staff of servers than I…Details
It was a four hour journey both directions, so it made for a very long day. I thought twice about going because I still feel sick from all the pollution here. But the truth is all but one of my colleagues is heading home soon and she is not as adventurous as me, so I…Details
Delhi India is a great place for site seeing, where you can see a fascinating mix of ancient ruins and modern architecture, including Lotus Temple & Red FortDetails