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Well after a good nights sleep on a very hard mattress ,although having said that we did sleep rather well. We were up at 6.30am,and after having breakfast and packing up,we were back on the road by 9am. We passed through many towns,Koppal very busy place with tons of traffic,and we very nearly got hit a few times,up through Gangawati,Jalwalger,Raichur and by this time we were looking ...
... return home.
Eric wandered the streets as the group finished up the short visit to this little community. A man noticed that Eric and some other members of the group had been admiring the temple and he eagerly invited us to look inside! The people were so inviting and you could tell they were so grateful for what HEAL does.
This stop was a shorter one so we said goodbye again to the beautiful little families and ...
... there were only 10 spots not everyone could play. Olivia has been upgraded to number one fan. As we walked up to the boys game I got nervous because I thought we missed it. Of course we hadn't because they were running behind. They weren't even close to starting. A nice surprise is that Sumana was there! She told us she wanted to stop by but because it was late she didn't think se would. She really wants her daughter to play because she thinks she's be good. Both her ...
... 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 ...
... and with Americans or tourists. Americans are automatically placed at a higher level and assumes to have more money. So that makes me think about why they would stop for us and never just pull over and stop for an Indian student and ask them in they need a ride somewhere. Back at Tagore we all felt now like we still had to figure our schedules out. I was wondering what happened to that relief I felt earlier on in the day. I wasn't stressed by any means but it would be more ...