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Travel Blogs from Hyderabad
... She bonded with the other kids from the US and it was hard saying goodbye to everyone. Asha loved her experience at the orphanage. She couldn't stop talking about it and how great it was to spend time with the girls at the orphanage and give and receive so much love from the girls. It was truly a life changing experience for her. Gave her a whole different perspective on life. She wants to come back again next year. Sonia was very happy ...
... either! Along with the Dartmouth students, we all headed to the Hard Rock Café here in Hyderabad. It was really nice!
I had a "legendary burger" to big to finish or fit in my mouth. But I was in heaven!
For a second it really did feel as if we were back home just having dinner ...
... am so excited about this dance
class! I will be learning the theory and practice of Kuchipudi Dance which is a
dance for women which evolved in the state of Andra Pradesh, where Hyderabad is
located. I cannot wait to be able to get the dance down, buy my outfit, and
perform for everyone! To be honest, this is one of the main reasons why I
wanted to come to India and I had planned my schedule somewhere around this
... our way through towns. I don't sleep well on buses so I rested with my eyes closed and my iPod in my ears. I have found that I have become much more patient with transportation since I've been in India. It takes forever to get anywhere in this country and I find myself spending hours on buses and trains in order to get where I want to go. The time passes slowly, but it bothers me less than I thought it might.
When we got to the hotel we found that we were staying in a ...
... ones sitting around a hut talking and eating rice. The nicer the clothes get and nicer the houses get the deeper the lines of frustration in the face are. It's almost as if the people who have nicer things are so self-conscious that they are in every moment comparing themselves with their immediate surroundings, and when these are in conflict, they are not at peace.
In contrast, the lower sections of society seem to draw no sense of self worth from ...