The redeeming feature of
I may not be in a very good position to talk about anything else of the city, but I can definitely say its dusty like, like, well, like rolling in dust! By the time I returned to the guest house, my white shirt would have streaks of brown, not to mention the collar – ugh! The traffic is horrid, mainly because of the deplorable roads. People are plenty, as are software companies. The conference was a little far from the city, with international participants from world-renowned companies. The ministers of the country and leading company heads made stellar promises in air conditioned conference rooms, to the media and to us, the participants, in formal clothing. Surrounded as we were, by the ‘beautiful people’, the promises seem real, achievable, though irritatingly only Blore based (I mean, c’mon! there’s more happening in other parts of
My earlier visits to the city were purely social, and with no deadlines to meet, and just one main area to hang out in, were no big issues. I daresay they still are not (Abad was a small city too) and I have it from very reliable sources that a yr long stay in the city can make you quite in love with it.
Managed to meet a couple of frnds, and try and make the most of the event… overall a pretty pleasant trip. Just makes the weather in
At least the clouds make the skyline here interesting. Not to mention the sea.