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Short and busy 12 day trip for my 2 week vacation in third year of residency. Initially decided to visit sister in SFO but since it's been 4 years she visited India, we both planned to visit at the same time, co-incidentally for Pranav's 5th birthday. Days went by very fast hanging out with friends, cousins and finally birthday event. Birthday event was a grand success with good turn out of people from both Maringanti and Satuluri ...
... Anusha, Milan & Vinay say that they don't bowl very often, and Kousar said that she's never bowled before. They all kicked my butt! I think they are all bowling sharks. ;) After working up an appetite, we had the best meal of the trip at the Westin Hotel's buffet. I ate two dinner plates of food, and the team unanimously agreed that I don't eat enough. Wha? I thought Italians were good eaters until I came to India! This trip is going by too ...
... was a steal! It's kind of far. Not too bad though. Our driver despite telling us he knew how to get there definitely got lost a few times. We pulled over and he asked a young woman where to go. I showed her what I had written in my journal and she told him something I really have no clue what. She was very kind and seemed very helpful. Jubilee Hills was beautiful. Mini mansions worth crazy amounts. I wonder who lives there. Maybe ...
This morning I talked Olivia into going to a theories of culture class with me. I was going to bike there but she didn't have one yet so I said I would walk with her. The teacher was potentially one of the worst Ive ever had, he started the class with why we shouldnt be there because we could take it at home and by saying that it wouldn't be teaching us anything about India. Uhh yes we know but we still need classes that we would need back home. He then told me ...
... as semi-autonomous to separate regions even if not so in theory." He then went onto say, "Even still, had Pakistan simply made a state out of the North West and North East of the subcontinent, with no migrations from mainland India, we might have had a better situation. But with the migrations, we lost many of our leaders who built Karachi instead of uplifting the people of Delhi and Hyderabad, at a time when we needed them the most."
Despite his answers, I still have ...