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Travel Blogs from Hyderabad
... She bonded with the other kids from the US and it was hard saying goodbye to everyone. Asha loved her experience at the orphanage. She couldn't stop talking about it and how great it was to spend time with the girls at the orphanage and give and receive so much love from the girls. It was truly a life changing experience for her. Gave her a whole different perspective on life. She wants to come back again next year. Sonia was very happy ...
... Indian Wedding
4. Ride a Train - COMPLETED
5. Try Curry for the first time ever! - COMPLETED
6. See a wild peacock - COMPLETED
7. Learn Basic Hindi
8. Eat something Interesting
9. Hold a snake
10. Get caught in the Monsoon Rains - COMPLETED
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... go as I please without an argument. I want my kitchen, my food, my fridge (with COLD diet Pepsi!) and control over my eating. I want my clothes, my accessories, my makeup and jewelry. Strange as it seems I feel like this experience has made me just a little bit more materialistic instead of less. Going without these things has made me cherish them more, instead of being able to see my life without them.
I also deeply miss my family and friends. The ...
... very clean and smelled vaguely of incense. We walked down uncrowded isles, looking at everything from blankets and clothes to pottery, from brass figures to carved wood. We wandered for an hour and a half, taking pictures, talking to vendors, and fingering the goods. In the end I bought a beautiful blanket set that included a lovely red queen size blanket with gold embroidery, two pillow cases and two pillow shams. It is fantastic and I got it for a steal at ...
... He occasionally looked furtively up and down the carriage—one direction through the grill that separated him from the next compartment. I read a hunted fear in his eyes along with threat. Sweat beaded his brow, which he occasionally wiped away. The carriage, the whole train for that matter, was extremely crowded. No matter how much I challenged my thinking, I couldn't get the idea of terrorism out of my head. His behaviour continued and as the afternoon wore on, ...