Discussion in 'General Discussions - USA & Canada' started by Ranchu, Mar 29, 2016.
Oh.. Thanks for the info dear.. Will be cautious not to share contacts.. But will smile ☺️
More then to say culture shock I wonder seeing few things ...
1.Physically challenged ppl has facilities in road,stores,public transportation etc to be independent
2.cleaned Rest room
3.Friendly behavior n smile
1. I was shocked to see homeless people and people asking for food and people gathering food from trash though decently dressed.
2. Roads are friendly for physically challenged and kids.
Amway guys in Walmart, first they would smile, then you smile...
They start conversation like, hi how old is your kid, very cute.. so what you do?
Then I know Thier intension I take a run...
One Indian man gave me RSS invite..
Silence always around me is a shock for me. I keep putting some old dramas etc in YouTube so that I hear a noise.
Buses , roads are old people ,children and physically challenged friendly.
Every one are friendly to each other
Seeing and eating food at an Indian restaurant ( not this was 2 decades ago).
Clean roads and orderly traffic.
No sight of two wheelers.
They are very friendly. Their love towards babies and kids...waiting for pedestrians to cross the road....I'm very shocked to see this..
Quite possibly one of my favourite threads on Indus Ladies.
hahaha that is so true
Biggest shock : people actually follow the rules !