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  • Day3

    Day 0

    June 26, 2017 in India

    I am writing this text after going out for some drinks. It is 8 o’clock and I am back at the hotel. Instead of going for an all nighter we went home to prepare for the next day of probably boring introduction talks. THAT IS HOW MUCH I LOVE MY JOB! Can you believe it? Me missing out on a party in a great city. We even meet Indians from Pune, Mumbai, Delhi and America. They showed us around and even got us into an after party.
    Ok, ok, back of a little bit. What happened so far:
    Today was the second day of TWU. We actually only went to the office to do our tech setup, which most of us did the night before. We finished quickly and where back at around 12 am. David (Australian working in Germany), Daniela (from Chile), Pedro (Brazil), Laura (Brazil), Simoa (Brazil), Alvero (hopefully I got your name right, Chile) and I were going out to eat at an expensive Indian place with alcohol. So alcohol is prohibited in India and hard to come by in my opinion. The entrance was expensive but included a buffet and all you can drink beer and wine.
    So we met these Indians. One was working in a German Company and another for Microsoft, a Sewer Architect and an economics student. They showed us around and really brought a different, more prosperous perspective on India. They were like us. But suddenly the mirror shows how little they acknowledge the poverty around them. Finding excuses for their own passive behaviour and being defensive on inequality issues. We had a fun night anyway, but it got me thinking about my own behaviour. Even though you see problems every day, we do nothing to solve them. I feel so ignorant right now…
    (posted a day after writing)
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  • Day3

    Day 1

    June 26, 2017 in India

    So the first full time working day in the office was a lot of fun and exhaustive because we were not getting our full break times. All the worse, I was sick from the ice in a drink from last night. Dehli Belly they call it. So to counter I pumped myself full of pills and survived the day. Because of a public holiday revolving around the end of ramadan, it was hard to get food as most places where closed. We went for Indian food again. Obviously! Cheap, tasty, spicy, lots of it, addictive.
    In the evening we went for a second round of Qwinto. We laughed so hard on every roll of the dice. Afterwards we played Heads Up! A game where you guess what name is written on your forehead by the hints other people give you. Also quite funny. Ask me about it in a quiet moment and we probably are gonna have a blast.
    Apart from that we are getting along very well. It seems ThoughtWorkers around the globe are alike. We share a common goal and mindset. Critical discussions about corruption, Brazilian elections, Hypocrisy in charity and the ever lasting battle on who has the worst educational system rule the day. I learn so much and want to know more. This place is slowly but steady turning me into a better person. Tomorrow is formal Tuesday. That means I have to dress up and show of my amazing blue shirt. HOT AF (so I have been told, obviously by a guy…)
    Thanks for reading, here is a dinosaur. (For you gaggers out there)
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  • Day14

    Varanasi ll

    January 31 in India

    Up at 6am to go and watch sunrise on the Ganges, it was pretty impressive, made our way back dodging the many goats and went back to hotel for breakfast. Then went on a tour of the local Silk making industry both handmade and automated, very interesting after which we were shown some silk wares and eventually offered Chai tea as is the custom and then made a few purchases before heading for lunchRead more

  • Day1

    Palitana, Hastgiri

    April 1, 2016 in India

    Religious trip, family trip, Climbing the serene 3500 steps, Knowledge shows about our real geography, Religious museums, My pre birthday cake in train, shopping, hanging around in eve for unoque local food like live fruit ice cream and muchh more

  • Day10

    Enjoy the Aristocratic Experience

    July 31, 2015 in India

    Gone are the days when train journeys used to be long and tiring. The Maharajas' Express is a luxury train that gives you an opportunity to travel in India, in a royal manner.

    India, the land of royal history, palaces and forts is one of the most preferred holiday destinations. One of the best ways to make your Indian holidays even more pleasurable is by traveling in luxury trains that offer high degree of luxury and comfort, and allow you to cover many famous tourist attractions in a short span of time. Maharajas' Express is the world's leading luxury train that gives all the travel enthusiasts and globetrotters a chance to experience a journey worth remembering. The train's well facilitated coaches assure you outlandish hospitality and warmth. Allowing the guests to experience the best of Indian tourism, the train offers numerous luxury amenities and impeccable services.

    The train takes their guests on an exciting voyage and gives them a chance to explore tourism in India. The visitors travel through numerous destinations around India and discover the heritage, culture and tradition, and richness of the country. The train is based on an ethnic theme and offers a royal lifestyle to the guests. This theme is well-reflected in the atmosphere provided to the guests. Done to perfection, the train leaves no stones unturned is providing a plethora of options to the guests, be it related to choice of rooms, type of cuisine, or availability of amenities. One can choose from the four types of cabins/suites: the Deluxe cabin, Junior suite, Suite and Presidential suite. The decor, coloration, choice of furniture, restaurants, lounge and bar cars are a few of the many attractions this train offers.

    The Maharajas' Express Lounge and Bar Cars endeavor at providing a relaxing atmosphere and a cozy seating arrangement to the guests. The two bars where the guests can spend some relaxing time are 'The Rajah Club' and 'Safari Bar'. Furthermore, tantalizing the taste buds of the guests is the Maharajas' Express Restaurant. The two thematic fine dining restaurants where one can luxuriate in Indian and International gastronomical delights are 'Mayur Mahal' and 'Rang Mahal'. Both these restaurants can accommodate around 42 guests each at one time.

    The train allows every guest to enjoy the mystique of the Indian culture by offering five pertinently prepared itineraries. Jaipur, Agra, Khajurao, and Lucknow, to name a few of the destinations that one can explore.

    The Maharajas Express rail journey offers its guests memorable experiences through its exclusive events at each off-board destinations such as Champagne breakfast/Hi-tea overlooking the Taj at Agra, Painting & feeding activity with elephants at Jaipur, Cocktail sun downers at Bikaner etc.

    Redefining the meaning of travel, a trip in this train will certainly give you several reasons to take home an experience of a lifetime.
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