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... also enjoy the view that it offers from the podium.
We headed back to the airport after a wonderful lunch at Khaan Saab (GVK Mall) . The delicious pineapple apple panna and the Qubani is one you must try apart from the famous Hyderabadi ...
... kept on going. I did not know what to do. He kept turning around like he was expecting a response from me... Awkward. I was just saying yes and nodding along until I got where I needed to be. I heard some babbling and then what my paranoid mind thought sounded like the word shot and then some more babbling. Was I concerned.. not per say but was I a little more on edge, yes. Clearly, I am fine, all is well, nothing bad happened. That brings me to rule number 5.
5. When ...
The day today was pretty uneventful. A few notices of my nice new tan made me a happy camper. Everyone agreed that my face looked the tannest of everyone's.
After communications class we bumped into Sumana and she was surprised we were able to make it to Adhya yesterday. She also commented on how it was such a mess not having phones and being able to communicate freely. Luckily I was able to activate mine last night and get in ...
... working with the urban poor". This makes me want to buy all things like this. This also makes me love the bag ten times more. How cool would that be to buy all fair trade things or one for one like TOMS, my favorite shoes! And like headwear for hope (headband buffs I'm itching to buy that with every purchase gives one to a child in the hospital with cancer). This then led me on the rampage of thinking that since I would obviously love to own a boutique, I could sell ...
First things first, I apologize for not delivering as many blogs as normal. I have gotten into a pretty steady class and lifestyle schedule and honestly forget that I am in India! My body and mind has fully adjusted which means that the habitual routines of my day such as seeing huge cows, peacocks, dodging traffic on my bicycle, and watching workers build roads and sidewalks on campus doesn't even phase me. I will point out a few interesting things ...