So the french named the city center of the city as "Comédie"! Probably they wanted to be funny?
Triumphal Arch to make me feel home. Yo! #IndiaGate
The highest point in Montpellier, Place du Peyrou - a water castle (sort-of)
This is the "historic center of Montpellier" with these buildings being 2-3 centuries old.
Ah! These narrow streets with tall buildings of yellow stone on the sides - common sight in the centre.
My room for the next few months (with sky-lights, ahem ahem)
LIRMM - my very colorful lab
Another card to carry in your wallet now -_-
Wow! They give you a chamber too (so it's supposed to be shared with one more person BUT luckily that person completed his PhD and if off). Soo private chamber! Wuhu!!!
Aaaaaah! Finally some good INDIAN FOOD - something to die for.
My first "Wine Festival"
With @TobiasScharl @JessicaKristin @PetrMachac and @Julian
INTERNATIONS - a meetup of people from different background, ages and culture- a first for me. It was a nice to learn from people's experiences.
So this is how we celebrated DIWALI in France. #FrenchDiwali
What's an Indian festival without food?
I would have never thought that we had sooooo many Indians (or people of Indian Origin) in Montpellier.
@MukulRawat @PreetiGarai @YuvrajJoshi @NikunjPatel @MayuriGhanekar @SayaliKadam @PrashantSingh @NidhiMahajan @RaviRana @BabuKarthindia
Agh! The coooooolllllldddd Mediterranean sea. I don't know why do they even call it a beach when it's so cold that you (read Indians) can't even step into the water.