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Travel Blogs from Hyderabad
... her sister back. That evening, Sonia, Asha and I along with some of the other kids who also volunteered with Asha went out into the city and saw Char Minar. It's this big gateway into the city, very ornate structure with four minarets. It was all lit up and very cool to see at night. Then we went to the bangle market which was so amazing to see. Nothing but bracelets everywhere, so bright and colorful. Next day we were complete bums ...
... of looking for a place to park; which basically would have been a futile task. Thus, he pulled up to the front of the Charminar, and we jumped out of the car to enter (Bhanu's car door came within inches of getting hit by another car).
Again, it was wonderful having the chance to visit a piece of India's history. The top of the Charminar (where the mosque is) offers an intensive view of the city: traffic, markets, smoke, bicycles, scooters, tons ...
... though to grab a picture. Our tour guide pointed out a lot of great features of the fort, such as the secret tunnel from the King’s sitting area to Charminar (the city center) in case of an attack. The walk down was a little bit sketchy because it started to rain, making the already dangerous steps even more life threatening. As you can see, I did survive so that is always a good thing!
Following Golcanda, we headed to The Eat’s which is ...
... OK there.It's better to carry some eatables as we don't get anything there other than Breakfast,Lunch and Dinner.The toilets are clean, so is the place.
A nice place to spend a day.
Link to photos :
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... in cupboards, big double bed, oversized teddy and doggy to cuddle, private bathroom, and a curtained off area behind which lay a shrine devoted to Jugannath, Baladev and Subahdra and baby Krishna.
Shilpa was from a Vaishnava family, who had been priests to royalty. Her mother, Sagarika, was of the Orissan priestly families, and was born in Jugannath Puri. She was the same age as me.
An Aunty was also living at the ...