Indian Thanksgiving

This is the second Thanksgiving in a row that I have spent in India. I can’t help but think about my family spending time together and enjoying a delicious feast. It’s not quite the same being in another time zone, having to go to work, and ending the day home alone. My thanksgiving dinner was boiled beans and stir-fry veggies.

But at the same time, I also have opportunities to experience other amazing festivals. I’ve celebrated almost all of the major holidays in India, as well as attended a couple weddings.

The most interesting thing I’ve done lately was visit the Hard Rock Cafe in Hyderabad with one of my colleagues. Thursday nights there are live bands, so we got to see a local band who, to my surprise, featured a kick-ass saxophonist.

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