/dev/india – Day 5 – Rikshaw madness, again
Today was a good day at the office. Paul came to India today and talked a lot about the look of the web app we are creating and decided to do a complete overhaul of the current design.
Heading home, it was trouble with the transportation again. After failing to find a rikshaw or a cab (it was rush hour) we took the bus. The traffic was awful and the bus was pretty hot, but I think that I am adjusting to the climate, and I still felt worn and tired, but relaxed when we got off.
The bus dropped us at Goregaon station, and we walked home again. This time we were a larger group, and the road that had seemed scary the day before felt much easier the second time around.
When we got back we celebrated Pauls arrival (and the completion of our team) by having a meal at the hotel restaurant. Paul suggested I try the Tandori chicken and it was just a-mazing. Who knew you could do so much with just grilled chicken.
At dinner we got into an argument about whether you can taste the difference between Coke and Coke Light (I understand the general consensus is that you can, but I still don’t taste the difference.)