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TravelPod Member ReviewsGreenPark Hyderabad
4 nights stay - people here couldn't do enough for me- .so they didn't. Lots of chats and smiles and 'sirs' and even head wobbles but when it came to delivery it fell a bit short.
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That night, was another futile sleeping attempt and I ended up with a few hours, which was far less than I needed for the day. The Wednesday activity is working closely with the students on a project simulation. Not the type of day where I can just relax and not be engaged. I am not a caffeine drinker, but did make sure I had some at various points to keep my energy level at a normal level. Three coaches were ...
... throw the rules out the window and just let it fly. The kids in that moment (and for the rest of the day :P) showed him the true heart and character of India—to throw the rules out the window, to embrace the moment, to seize every opportunity with passion and excitement, and most importantly, to smile.
The kids continued to smile laughing excitedly as they did so, sometimes pushing each other over, and then helping each other ...
... as the young ones and even though I fell over three times trying to catch (or hit) the ball I didn't break any old bones or cause myself any pain. In fact I felt quite energetic for an old bloke! I kept up with all the young ones and we all enjoyed together. I will miss all these students.
Friday is my last day before leaving for Singapore. I am sad to go but happy knowing that I will return next year and see them all again.
Catch you all soon,
... was staying..... so I volunteered! Long story short, after 2 days of extensive scouting ( I had to work harder at scouting since I didn't know the area) I settled on a route with runner a walker split. There was a bit more pressure since I was the new guy and I would be laying it live. I layed the trail through a slum and then through a ...
... which I thought was kind of funny. Brent and I walked around for a while trying to find some vitamins (we were unsuccessful). We did find some cookies, though, and a coke machine. We bought a Fanta (my staple in India) and got back 35 rupees (the soda was 30)! Very exciting. We went back up to the arcade, and then we all went downstairs to a bookstore-café. We bought a book that ...