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... the HEAL health workers and the community. One beautiful Indian women approached us once we had all exited the jeep. She explained a little bit about the community and how HEAL had began to help them with composting projects so they could plant gardens. She also proudly pointed out the colorful Hindu temple at the end of the street. The community members had banded together to save money for and build it so that they’d be able ...
... was crazy: I gasped quietly several times on the way. My colleagues tell me I still haven't really experienced true Hyderabad traffic yet. They tell me I'll get a better sense of it during our excursions to the 'old city'.
FT Security insisted on escorting me on ride back to hotel. Worrisome or normal procedure? Back at the hotel by 12:45am. About to crack open a Kingfisher beer, which is kind of growing on me. (When one has no other ...
... day yet! It did start out a little shaky though. At first Somya was telling the kids to not show up if they didn't do their homework. Then they revisited the art project cards we saw the first day and Somya told the kids that Madhu said if they don't have all six cards completed by Friday they would be kicked out of the class. Poor babies. The cards were really cool though. I walked around a little to look at the different ones. They're made out of all natural resources like ...
After breakfast we all once again tried to complete our online registration in order to then get an appointment. After another few hours we did it! Wow it was such a relief. We all were able to get appointments for the 6th to go in person and turn in all of our documents.
Sumana gives us the best advice. She told us to do what an Indian girl does don't do what an Indian girl doesn't do. We met her in the morning around 11:45 to head to the mall. She was in the middle of ...
... drove through showcasing the Ganesh idol. They invited us over to enjoy the festivities and gave us bowls of rice to enjoy while dancing and throwing powder.
I am so happy to be able to experience all of these traditions and festivals. It truly allows me to experience the culture first hand and learn all the while. Keep 'em comin!