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Speed of Time (Expat Week #057)

Adventures of an American Traveler

How did it get so late so soon? ~Dr. Seuss


Time Flies and so do I Time Flies and so do I

I can hardly believe I have been living in India for a year already! Somewhat Ironically, I crossed the year mark back in the US on a business trip. On arrival in Pune in 2013, I was a bit nervous which is understandable being that I was venturing into the unknown. A year later I can honestly say it has been and continues to be quite an amazing experience.

Unlikeliest of Expats

As I talked to a colleague over dinner one night during that business trip to the US, we laughed at how, in 2006, when the project I was leading was slated to pioneer offshore development in India for my operating company, I was adamant about not taking a trip to India.

I was excited about the prospect of working with a different…

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