Re: theos-talk Re: Observations of a visitor to TS Adyar
- All out of country visitors can easily email their travel Itinerary to
Adyar so that they know the flight in which they arrive and try to help
visiting members. It is that simple. At the Adyar end, they need to come up
to speed to use Internet as a tool as everyone in the world is now using.
Let us see how things are handled in the next Convention.
It would also help if the Secretaries from various sections take up this
issue and if need be bring it up in the next General Council meeting.
Action on this issue will go a long way to help fellow members than all
other actions GC takes.
On Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 5:44 AM, Konstantin Zaitzev <kay_ziatz@...>wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, ".:." wrote:
> > In the materials you had with you, did you have a phone number
> > to call at Adyar in case you got lost and need to contact?
> I think, no. The taxi administrator at the airport wanted to know the
> address but unfortunately, as you know, it doesn't contain the street but
> the postal zip code only which is of no help for the taxi drivers.
> Uma wrote for me a little note in Tamil explaining the place, I think that
> the Convention Officer should provide delegates with the same beforehand.
> If I'll find it, I'll put it online for use of the future visitors.
> > I hope someone at Adyar is reading messages here and takes notice
> > and does something.
> One does, but he belongs to administration of the Indian Section.
> Another, more important improvement I would propose it's the possibility
> to pay fees by a credit card. TPH already has that feature and computerized
> base of subscribers.
> Why not to use the same software and facilities for the membership?
> You, belonging to big section like TSA, might not notice the problem, but
> the unattached members are like the orphans and it's quite a mess for them
> to pay their dues, and it is more difficult to know are you indebted or not.
> > All taxi cab and auto rickshaw drivers in Chennai carry wireless
> > phones and they can make a call if a phone number is available and
> > reach the destination.
> Yes, it would be the soultion. I hope the gate guardians have phones too.
> >> How do the ladies deal with them without getting their clothes dirty?
> She has to ask Indian ladies, for as you know, they've got long and
> beautiful clothes, and I never saw them dirty.
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