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... we were the sight to see. Staci and I left Aaron, our bodyguard, at the office Monday to go check out a market. The one we wanted to go to, although on its website says it opens at 10, wasn’t open at 11:30. So we made the long commute to the famous local Charminar market, which took about an hour and a half to get to through busy traffic. Hyderabad has A LOT of tech companies and many places to shop, which we were able to get a good tour of as we sat in traffic. ...
... 10 months and now looked forward to raising her family in a safe environment.
Saruja stood and addressed us explaining in Telagu how she had been able to take out a small business loan from her women’s group to start a general store that sells drinks and snacks. The business is profitable and she is able to earn additional income for her family that she can now use to purchase more nutritious food and school supplies for ...
... but no rickshaws were coming by. When they finally did come around they were not looking to give us a fair price. Big surprise there! We were desperate to leave and decided that we could hitchhike to main gate to catch rickshaw from there, or just hitchhike to the mall. Either would suffice. In the swarm of the many rickshaws and to our rescue came a van. It was a man with his wife. We told him we wanted to go to Inorbit mall and he told us to hop in. We thought ...
... me and said she couldn't tell if I looked like I got a tan or if I was just dirty. Its very easy to be dirty here which is no big deal. But, I'm proud to say I got a little tan. Looks like getting lost on campus can be good for something.
We ate lunch at Tagore and then headed over to Sumana's office in the SIP building to talk to her about our NGO placement. I called her mom, just as I do with many people and she thought it was weird but funny. I ...
... Salar Jung Museum. Set over three buildings and two floors the museum includes collections of Indian jade, miniatures, furniture, lacquer-work, Mughal opaque glassware, fabrics, bronzes, Buddhist and Hindu sculptures, manuscripts and weapons, all collected from all round the world by the former Nizam's prime minister, Salar Jung. I spent a good few hours wondering around looking, there were plenty of items from England, a lot having been bought on ...