Couple of months just flew by, it seems like I was in college, and had just got the news of my internship offer, was getting the famous GPLs, and now I am at 35,000 ft. in turbulence, on my return flight. We had worked around 50 working days and I still can’t understand where they went. All in all it was a very fun experience, with the very friendly colleagues at the office and the best CEO anyone can ever have. The office experience was so great that it inspired me to dream of opening such an office with such a great atmosphere, and one day take interns the same way our CEO had.
Apart from the technical knowledge, working in a team was very much fun. And also staying in a new city, meeting new people, and chatting with them. Learning from the experiences they had, sharing some of your own experiences. You can’t always learn everything but learning from seniors, their experiences sure does help you see the real world. Yea, I did surely learn a lot about myself in the past couple of months. And proudly would say I helped me a lot, my inner self. I made a very good friend in the summer, a great collection to my trophy cabinet I must say.
Leaving the serious part behind;
The city, is supposedly the hip town of India, well after all with all the great pubs and the great eateries, I fell in love with the culture here. The language may be alien, but found the people to be very helpful. Bangalore, well the place is an extended college for me, with all the seniors out here, I feel a couple of years younger here, meeting them and remembering the fun we had. From all the night outs, to forcing the seniors to giving me a treat, just like college. Apart from all this Bangalore has so many pubs, that I could just spend my weekends exploring them, and then eating in equally so many eateries. Fell in Truffles and Scottish pub my usual hangout. For the actual bar feeling loved Guzzler’s Inn, truly lovely ambience, especially the music.
The idea of coming back here in a year, with a job, starting our lives here, is so thrilling that you start to feel Bangalore as your own city.
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