The Golkonda Hyderabad
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... small concrete building with all the Indian patients! She finally reappeared with a tired smile on her face and tears in her eyes. It was such an incredible experience interacting with the people, touching their hands, and feeling their blood pump through their veins while taking their pulse. She literally felt the lifeblood of India! Lauren met over 200 patients, greeted them with “Namaste” and received hugs and hand shakes after ...
... Further, I learned how to be more easy-going and accept the unpredictability of life when faced with the many hard to predict aspects of everyday life.
When I first arrived in Hyderabad, I found the environment very overwhelming since there were so many sights and sounds to take in all at once. The streets of Hyderabad are filled with chaos: cars swerving in and out of lanes, people crossing the streets whenever they want, the ...
... now we had the problem that she needed to cut some of it off. So close yet so far away.
My poor nose couldn't handle much more for the night. I was also hoping at this point from the tenderness and all the pushing and pulling I wouldn't get an ugly bump or scar. I put my earring back in and put a band aid over it hoping it would stay in throughout the night. Hopefully something tomorrow will work!
Wish me luck over the night. xoxo
... obviously and I'm almost positive they were laughing at us too. So not graceful. Hard to believe but I really couldn't get most of it into my mouth. Another thing I have thought about at this point is how I have completely adapted to not using my left hand. I don't put a utensil in it or reach for food with it. Oh and while on this utensil subject. Knives seriously don't exist here. I don't know if I've said that before or not. I mean you are supposed to eat with your hands but ...
... of the 84 million people of Andhra Pradesh. Lovely traffic signs: "Safety on roads is safe tea at home." "Avoid road rage or get caged." "Road safety is a mission, not intermission."
The bangles bazaar -- an entire street of bangles shops -- features locally-made items, as do other stores. Lovely, and far cheaper than elsewhere in India, let alone Canada.
And our local guide was funny, ...