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Sonia and I landed in Hyderabad around 2:00 pm, uneventful flight. Free shuttle to the Novatel hotel. Very nice, modern hotel. Sonia was glad to be there and knowing we were that much closer to being back home. Asha arrived just about an hour after we checked in so the timing was perfect. It was so nice to see Asha after two weeks. She lost 10lbs, like she had any extra to loose. She looked tired and thin and worn out but very happy and ...
... She is an electrical engineer and works in Hyderabad with hopes of visiting the United States within her lifetime. What a small world - of all the people and buses in Hyderabad and this woman is reading a book from a man who taught in Pittsburgh, so close to my hometown.
"A lot of people want a shortcut. I find the best shortcut is the long way, which is basically two words: work hard.”
~Randy Pausch, The Last Lecture
I submitted this to the contest and I won first place. My prize was Rs. 1,500 (about 30 dollars).
Many people asked me why I wanted to go to India for studying abroad. Of my entire University of more than 42,000 students I was the only person who was going to be studying in India. My response to people grew more eloquent as time went on and I was able to better express my motivations for flying to the other half of the world ...
... but we felt mobbed by children whose dark fingers tried to slip into pockets and penetrate purses. We struggled to get into our cabs without slamming begging hands into car doors. As the cabs started to pull away they banged on the windows, calling to us.
The ride home may have had a tumultuous start but it was actually rather relaxing. I ended up sitting on a sideways facing bench seat at the back of the cab with the rear window at my right shoulder. ...
... keys. I held my breath until he replaced in the bag what was evidently a cell phone.
The would-be terrorist turned once again to face Mecca and continued praying; and then I became aware that he was silently weeping. He raised his hands to his face and quietly sobbed. My anxiety subsided even as an empathic concern for him kicked in. I turned to Nancy and disclosed my observations of the entire day--my earlier suspicions, and the distress I was feeling in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services