posted Customs Clearing Agent in Chennai
on the India forum on April 18, 2015:
posted Brazilians in Pune,
on the India forum on April 17, 2015:
My son is in 2nd grade at TRIO. We have been pleased with the school so far. He is a day scholar and has only joined this year. The parent teacher meetings are very helpful and informative. They tell us where our child needs to improve and point out his best strengths. His teacher explained about their differentiated learning approach so that he learns at his own pace. What I liked most is that my son is developing an interest towards reading and public speaking. I would like to recommend it to the parents looking for individualized attention and balanced academics and sports.
I am moving to India from USA. I am looking for admission at TRIO, Please anyone suggest me about Trio world school through your opinion. I would be relocating to Bangalore in March.Does anyone know what the fees structure for A-levels and also Boarding Facilities. Please do let me know your views on Trio World School.
replied to the thread Temporary storage in Bangalore
on the India forum:
Hi. I have accumulated a whole lot of stuff in Bangalore, and need to move them to a self storage kind of place that's secure and not expensive. (I am travelling for the next 2 years and dont have a permanent address as yet) Are there such facilities in Bangalore? Where can one get more info?
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It's very convenient to start storing too. You only have to request for a pickup of your stuff on our site https://goboxme.com . Once they are picked up, an inventory of your goods, with images, would be available to view on the site.
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You could try out Boxme for temporary storage in Bangalore.. Pretty affordable pricing and very convenient services
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replied to the thread Expats in Pondicherry
on the India forum:
Have just moved to Pondicherry from the USA with my boyfriend and dog, we are looking for other expats to connect with.
replied on April 13, 2015 with:
Hello! I've also just arrived in Pondy from the USA. I'll be here for a year. Would would to make new friends!
posted Which Oakwood should we choose in oune
on the India forum on April 12, 2015:
Two-storey park-facing corner plot bunglow/house in Salt Lake City (Sector III) with about 2000 sq. feet of 1st floor (upper level) available for immediate rent. It includes fully air-conditioned 3 bedrooms with 3 full attached bathrooms, open layout of living and dining spaces, kitchen space, and 4 beautiful balconies with lots of sunshine and fresh air.
posted HIGH ATM/$Transfer Charges
on the India forum on April 11, 2015:
A reader commented on the Expat Report Culture Shock in Gurgaon, India
A reader replied most recently with:
I think perhaps you are living in the wrong place in Gurgaon- if you stay in one of the modern condo complexes....like DLF,Aralias, Laburnum,c etc etc then there is a lot of playing area for children including lawns and a pool. Lot of space to walk within the complex.
I am surprised they are just touching your child like that on the road- its rare to see expats walking around in Gurgaon other than markets like Galleria or the malls which are very modern and have security.
Maybe you are in the wrong part of Gurgaon...Old Gurgaon is not nice and can be avoided and expats rarely go there!