8. The metro stations are far and a few and the offices, too many. Wherever you come from, you have to change at least three modes of transport to reach the area your office is located in. And then you have to walk. Walk a lot, amidst all the dust.
9. The roads in Gurgaon are even more uneven than Darsheel Safari’s teeth.
Normal roads have potholes. Gurgaon roads have craters! This is how it feels like driving your car on them.
And in case you fall into one of them, God save you!
10. Do you know what the third degree torture is that they resort to in hell? They make people travel in Gurgaon’s public transport. You have three options.
Option 1: Board a shared tempo that makes ten people sit in a space meant for three. You’ll be so close to the man sitting in front of you, that not only will you know which oil he applies on his hair; you might also accidentally kiss him in case the tempo driver decides to apply the brakes all of a sudden.
Option 2: The bus. There’s no way you’re going to get a seat inside it. So, good luck while hanging out of it.
Option 3: The private autorickshaws. They charge so much, you have to make sure you’re carrying your cheque book with you all the time.