After a review of my site after neglecting it for far too long I have decided to take matters into my own hands and do some serious cleanup and maintenance of the site. You may see some things move, be removed or changed completely. I need to upgrade some tool-kits and remove some unused code and tool-kits. To make a long story short, things will be changing around here soon and once things are clean and neat I can work on the 1,295 draft blog posts I have started and left to collect dust.
So, I have been in India for just over a full week now and have seen a lot, eaten some great food, made some friends and learned a LOT. You’ll see above some of the photos I’ve taken as part of my adventure. I have more and will take more and plan to share in another post when I return to the U.S. Read the entire post…
So my first international flight was a long one. Flew from Charlotte, NC to Frankfurt Germany this morning, or last night, or whatever you want to call it. I had a three plus hour layover before my next flight to India so I did some wandering and checked things out.
The McDonald’s menu is much different than in America. I see croissants and other breads, but no biscuits. Chicken on the breakfast menu as well. And McCafe is a separate establishment!
T-Mobile provides free 30 minutes worth of WiFi which I am using now to write this, which I haven’t seen in the states. You’re lucky to find free “good” WiFi anywhere in the states.
I couldn’t stop in Germany without having some beer, so I am the big American sitting at the restaurant drinking pilsner at 9:15am… It is 1:15am my time in the States but they don’t care. I still feel silly, but the beer tastes good.
I leave at 11am to Chennai India which is another 9 hours flight. I plan to have another beer before my free WiFi runs dry and try to get some sleep on my flight.
I am traveling alone so instead of being able to talk to others about my thoughts I am talking to you instead! =) Don’t be surprised if I post more in the next two weeks than I have since the site began.
So long Germany, until the next time!
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