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... detour on my return journey and visited Birla Mandir. A temple made from white marble, fusing several styles of architecture. While photography was forbidden within the temple grounds, you could still snap some great aerial views of the Hussain Sagar Lake and the city skyline from here.
The following day i visited Golconda Fort. This lies west, on the city limits and so i needed to take an auto-rickshaw there. Built by the Qutub Shahi Kings, the fort was once part ...
... but boundless. Gazing into their large dark eyes makes you feel uneasy, not because what you see is somehow undesirable, but because its powerful. The eyes of the people possess a depth that most have never traveled in this life, and taking a plunge into that depth, even for small moments, was thrilling and terrifying.
After several hours of spending time with the kids, Eric began to wonder how Lauren was holding up after being ...
... lot of fun, and I learned a lot of bollywood dance moves!
Over the weekend, I had many lovely adventures with my friends. I went to the zoo with the Dartmouth students, but I was a little underwhelmed. The next day, my roommate Gabrielle and I decided to walk to a nearby park, and low and behold stumbled into this magnificent public garden and discovered an amazing museum. It was all just a pleasant reminder of how many hidden gems there ...
We had a meeting with Sumana in the SIP building in te morning to go over things for the NGO and community engagement program. A professor came in and have us a lecture on ethnography. I had just learned all of this in my cross cultural psych class last semester so for me it was just a refresher. We will need this information because we have to keep a field journal of the work were doing. Another highlight from the day today is that they ...
... about, dogging other vehicles on the road and cutting into lines of traffic then all of sudden it pulled up infront of the hotel where I stayed until my connecting flight the following afternoon.
As I was boarding the plane to Hyderabad, my final destination, I met another SIP (Study in India Program) student who was as anxious as I was to see our new home for the next five months. Our ...