City Park Hotel
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Hyderabad, India's fifth-largest city, is its largest not on the tourist circuit. What a blessing, and what a hidden jewel, we quickly concluded!
No beggars to speak of, since they follow the tourists. No on-street poverty. No smells of urine and excrement.
Indian prices at the stores, not tourist prices. (You still haggle, of …
Early morning we took ride to the monolithic statue of Gautam Buddha at Hussain Sagar Lake. The lake is not maintained at all and stinks at the banks of it. But you must visit this statue to admire the beauty of it. Well carved on a single rock and ...
... potentially breaking away from the group during the health clinic to take a walk with Meera to continue to get better context about some of the operational norms that her and her team faced everyday. Meera needed to stay and help as a translator so the walk was nixed, but something else far more memorable occurred.
Eric rounded the little corner of the community center and saw several primary school (elementary school) ...
... It was a crowded little place. They actually asked us if we could come back in thirty minutes so it could clear out a little. We decided to walk down the streets for a little to see the area and what was around. Little moments like this can be the most perfect moments. As we were walking Olivia and I both had a feeling of how much we love India. It's a great feeling. Nothing specific needs to happen. We were literally just walking in the ...
... to run errands at the mall and eat dinner there. It took a little while for Katie and Olivia to get their bikes, Jacci and I already had ours. So it wasn't for a few more hours that we left. We were told by other students at Tagore that they were able to catch rickshaws to the mall and back for about 180 rs total. We were determined to do that as well. Katie and I were definitely up for the bargaining. We biked to the main gate, and once again OUCH. I don't ...