City Park Hotel
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... on a Victorian styled balcony overlooking the twinkling lights of the city below. Forget the Kings and princes, we were now transformed into the Ancient Greek gods and goddesses surveying their earthly dominions from the lofty heights of Mt. Olympus. Hyderabad is an ancient city that was conquered by the moguls in the 1700s. Consequently there is a large Muslim population. This was the first time in India where we saw women dressed in ...
... 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) ...
... on February 14th with the aim of ending violence against women and girls. We all met bright and early at Miss Lohia's Little Angels School, the Affordable Private School where I had completed a school visit in January. Manasa, a consultant who is working with VOICE for a month, actually choreographed this amazing dance for us and together with many former VOICE campers, Anne and I took turns filming our dance sequence. To be clear, by filming, I mean ...
... much shorter it is but it's just a different back way to go rather than walking the two main roads. We weren't scared this time because now we knew where we were going. We just couldn't see and kept tripping over rocks and who knows what else! Katie had a handy dandy flashlight and we broke that out to guide us on our way. We went right to the back where we usually hang out. Bharat told us he would come back I a. Second but we told him to take ...
... Tessa and I were ravenous at this point. Adi being the provider he is, did not let us board for a 10 hour period of starvation, and ran across the street to the nearest McDonald's. We were given McAloo Tikki sandwiches (think of a potato patty stuffed between the McDonald's buns) - and they were glorious (this is from someone who never eats at the golden arches...but was happy to have any kind of food).
When the ...