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... seat cover, no air con and 30 degrees outside was, possibly in retrospect unsurprisingly, not a great combination, at least for those with a hot bot. However the 'bus proud' driver had kept the nylon 'tweed' seats in great nick as he had his slightly incongruous beard, dyed a fetching tangerine colour. The same could not be said for either the potholed roads and the disconcerting mechanical clanking from under the bus each time the wheels struggled ...
... about Kerala today. We met with Sumana to go over the itinerary and what was planned. She told us that this trip is going to be more on our own so that's exciting. I have no clue what to expect but it'll all work out. Jacci got assigned to be I charge of all our flight and hotel papers so that it is in safe keeping. We had dinner and then it was time to get ready for the game! The boys had another game tonight! And by the way we still don't know the time for ...
... but three hours later still nothing. This made it pointless to ask. In the midst of my reading I decided to look out of the window to see what was around. We had to have been getting close. At the exact time I looked out the window we passed the main entrance to University of Hyderabad. I screamed "WE'RE HOME!!!" Katie freaked out and was quick thinking when she went up to ask the driver if we could stop. I woke Olivia and Jacci up immediately and Olivia also thought to ...
... in the country! First of all, that is kinda cool! Second, my Grandma emphasized over and over again how much she wanted me to find a synagogue here. I obviously laughed and told her that they didnt exist. I was wrong though look at that. My friends said that they would go with me which is pretty cool so I am looking forward to that.
We wound up getting home super late and I passed out. These days are exhausting. I know it may not sound like much but its a lot at once.
... time or space, is such an elementary aspect of this society and musical tradition, and we couldn't have felt more proud in being beside the forefather of our Gharana (School) of Hindustani Classical music.
In the evening we went to our new friend, Ashish's house and met his family, ...
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