Hotel Dev Corporate
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... beautiful; especially all lit up at night and not open to the public. Now onto Punjab....rural village time; end of five star hotel living. Sonia is going to have so much fun. Spoke with Asha a couple of days ago. She reached the orphanage safe and sound and sounded very upbeat about her stay there and the people, so I hope that sentiment continues and she doesn't get too homesick being ...
... of myself for being the first one to name the tune. (Thanks to the UConn Football games that I went to with my Dad, Uncle Tom, and cousin Kelly when we were younger.) The musician then began to hum a song; that was when we stopped listening. He was way too close to the microphone and we were way too close to the speaker. We were also lucky enough to witness 2 birthdays at the restaurant. It was a strange experience not hearing them sing “Happy Birthday,” or something ...
... about 30 of them, seemed to come out to serve us. It was a great dinner, as expected and it was great to have the group of 11 of us all together for the first.
Fifth Day in India – January 11, 2013
Breakfast began with my first peacock sighting. The two males were beautiful and were just casually walking across the street behind our hostile. That morning, I also had my first contact with my "safe family," Anuj and Dipti. They were concerned when ...
... spectrum - high tones, low tones and everything in between; and they don’t often speak in the clearest of terms. I commented slightly on this when I spoke of us re-working the First Day group formation activity and how we took a while to get to the point. I don’t know if it is the culture or the translation into English, but there seems to be a lot of dancing around the wording of the topic and not looking into what is actually trying to be accomplished ...
... range from complete indifference to startled fascination and they're definitely not shy about staring. The laundry boy at the family's house stared at me flat for about 30 seconds. The number of homeless is the most interesting and heartbreaking sight of India with the roads lined at night with make-shift tents and small families around fires. The beggars can be a little off-putting and the smell can also be a little overwhelming in such ...