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... While she was talking the little community slowly came out of their houses to see what all these white people were doing. Joyhti (“Jo-tee”) was the assigned health worker and she beamed while the community volunteer spoke to us. Everyone involved in the community efforts benefits and it has been a true gift to be surrounded by a constant air of hope, hard work, and determination! We hope to bring this attitude with us ...
... fine. Another thing the girls made fun if me for.. All of my mosquito bites! Devyani told me she thought I had a bad razor and pricked my leg a million times! Our teammates are the best we all laugh constantly and get along really well. So we went down to dinner and of course it was dosa night! We had to eat light though so we had one instead of two and desert. I got spinach ehh and cheese for some protein. Olivia stayed behind to make some posters. We had to chose a roster ...
... more of the famous sites of Hyderabad on Saturday. Kalyan and I went to the Golconda Fort, the most famous landmark in Hyderabad. The fort was filled with many great views of the city and had incredible architecture, but I actually preferred the nearby, less famous but much better maintained Qutb Shahi Tombs, which showcased a masterful mix of Persian, Mughal, and Hindu styles. That night,I went with Anne, Ippy, and some of their friends to Coco's, a ...
... to studying Hindi maybe twice a week or more with a professor. This would be much more beneficial. She also agreed that it would make sense to not take this if it was hindering from classes we would need to take that would help is back home. For me this was really good because this allows me to take three classes with the hopes that at least two would work for me. She told us that it was likely this could all happen because AIFS really wants this program to work because they ...
... so fully of energy and life. He kept giving me hugs and smiling peacefully. Almost as excited to have visitors in her home was her humongous Great Dane. I am pretty sure that Gabe was just as nervous as the dog because it was about his size!
Our cooking class was wonderful! There was great company, scrumptious food, and lots to learn about how Indian food is made.