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... that it had lots of steps. But I actually really enjoyed seeing the fort. The fort has a 10km outer wall with basically city between the wall and the actual fort. From the top of the fort, you can see 7 large, domed tombs. These are the nearby Qutub Shahi Tombs, which I've been told is a great place for photographs, but I have not made it there yet, and likely will not before leaving unfortunately. The view of the city from the top is pretty great too.
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... 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 ...
... so cool. We were hitchhiking to the mall. A free ride! The least we could have done was make some small talk .We tried to talk to them a little but it always turned into a silence. Oh well. A little ways into the ride I looked at the girls and said, are we sure this is us hitchhiking? Is this a cab. We all just stared at each other and shrugged our shoulders. The driver than asked us if we would mind if he stopped at his friend's shop real quick. We said no and carried ...
... it was endearing and that she helps us with any and everything so she is my mom while I'm here. She accepted that explanation.
We also received the good news of no more Hindi! Sumana and the AIFS supervisors agreed that if it wouldn't be helping us and we didn't want to take it then we shouldn't have to. They have been really helpful. We also decided that on Friday we will get together to go around to NGO's. This is exciting. We gave her our ...
... Regent street in London. Approaching closing time and feeling fatigued due to a poor nights sleep on the train I got in a auto-rickshaw (where two drivers had a fight as to which one was going to take me, much to the enjoyment of the other rickshaw drivers) back to the hotel.
In the evening Kate and I went for dinner in the Kamat Hotel restaurant, where we both ordered an enormous thali that we both couldn't finish.
Next morning and ...