Re: Weather in India
I know what the weather in India is like, or, at least, the bit that I live in.
When I do get through to an Indian call centre, I sigh with relief that I don't have to explain funny addresses like "7-bar-9-oh-sorry-that's-7-slash-nine-but-we-say-bar," explain where the "H" is in "Gandhi", spell the name of my city slowly and explain Indian post codes.
Unfortunately, when I call the Royal Bank of Scotland I usually get a very pleasant, but softly-spoken person whose Scottish accent is not at all easy, over 5,000 miles of telephone network, on my very British but somewhat deaf ears.
(Not that anyone wants to know, but I'm really really really not being anti-Scottish here. It's that high-frequency hearing loss thing: certain accents are much harder to understand than others.)