Monday, May 17, 2010

This is it...

This is the week that I have been waiting for. At the end of this week I will have completed my first end to end implementation at Sabre. This is by far the smallest implementation but this will be the most memorable one since I have managed the entire project. I am keeping my fingers crossed for an uneventful migration and I hope you pray for me too!

Had a couple of days off and most of the time was spent on the bed watching TV. I seemed to have pulled my back pretty badly and my movements are pretty limited right now. The back is getting better but the niggling pain in the lower back region remains and refuses to go.

A very eventful Monaco Grand Prix yesterday with the safety car being deployed four times! Mark Weber was the winnner and he thoroughly deserved victory yesterday. Despite the race car situations he manged to keep pulling away from the rest of the field. A testament to his driving capabilities and of course the Adrain Newey designed Red Bull which is currently unstoppable. That alas is the truth my friends although I am a Ferrari freak, I have to admit defeat..for now. Alonso drove brilliantly to get into 6th and I am happy that Schumacher has been given a penalty and gets no points. Hooray! The old hag tried to be sneaky (like Smeagol) and pass Alonso in the last lap just after the safety car had gone into the pits. He deserves the penalty.

England are the new T20 World Champions and have finally gotten the monkey off their backs and have won a cricket world cup. The team has looked pretty strong and will be contenders for the WC next year.

Real Madrid lost the Spanish title after drawing with Malaga yesterday. Sigh! But they played a pretty good season  but were outdone by the better team in the end. 99 points in a single year is not something you see everyday. So congrats Barca!

Despite telling myself that I won't put on any weight this trip, I find myself gorging desserts for lunch at the Deli. The desserts are totally awesome and the only thing I relish from a food perspective in Cambodia. Wonder what the missus and mom are going to say when they see me back in 2 weeks time.

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