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... been in India long enough to know it would be a night bus i'd have to take for my onward travel, which meant i could have the use of my room on the final day without paying for it essentially - as long as i checked out before 23:00 of course. It's annoying when you have a night train or bus and need to check-out by 12:00. As you then have to spend the remainder of the day hanging around.
Hyderabad is split in two by the Musi river. To the north lies the new city and ...
... Eric after taking several photos invited them to look at the photos that had been taken. It was like watching somebody see themselves for the first time. The kids anxiously butted around each other to get a view of the camera screen. Several of the kids shrieked with excitement and began talking quickly to each other in Telagu while others upon seeing themselves seemed to blush and smile. All of them wanted to have single photos taken, so ...
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Friday was by far my favorite day of work thus far. I had a chance to complete another school visit, and this time we had the Dartmouth students come along with us. The first school we went to was Gowlidoddi School, an all girls government residential school. After playing some energizer games with the girls, we got a chance to talk to them, and they were all so much fun and ...
... him or in the way of anything. Brenna came walking in to use the bathroom in his room and then we realized there were a lot of SIP people downstairs hanging out. After a few more minutes the sound cut out for some reason so we went downstairs to join everyone else. As we were leaving th apartment we heard some massively loud snoring. There were three people sleeping outside on the floor! Must have been people who work there. Bharat always ...
... but we were pulled aside by Raju (the house's car driver), and Rakesh, Adi's cousin. Adi's mom had called the bus driver multiple times throughout the drive since she was very much concerned about us, and wanted to kept up to date with the ETA. This resulted her in sending both Raju and Rakesh to retrieve us. Exhausted, but finally at peace, we drove with Rakesh to Linco Hills where Adi's mom and sister reside.