Hotel NKM's Grand
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Early morning we took ride to the monolithic statue of Gautam Buddha at Hussain Sagar Lake. The lake is not maintained at all and stinks at the banks of it. But you must visit this statue to admire the beauty of it. Well carved on a single rock and ...
... to be 30) we’ve worked hard to maintain our focus on depth and not just superficial fixes. We walked through the concrete block houses each plot begin 60 square feet. The roads were dusty and it was hot, but after being buried by the kids who literally would dog pile on Eric, the walk felt nice. We rounded the corner and saw about 40 Indian women clad in their beautiful brightly colored saris, and hurried quickly to the group as we ...
... Gabrielle and Tera, who works at VOICE 4 Girls with me. They are great, and we're having a lot of adventures in the kitchen together, especially because fruits and vegetables are so cheap here. My apartment building (and my neighborhood) is almost entirely Muslim, which means that I wake up every morning to the sounds of 10 different mosques competing with each other to see whose Call to Prayer can be heard over the others. All of ...
... We knew we could get it. Ultimately they want our business. We got a rickshaw for 80 rs which is good! Better than the way there! You know we ate a lot of good when the rickshaw couldn't get up a hill!!!!!! We were laughing too hard. Never a bad thing. But it was so funny. It was literally crawling up a little hill. We made it back after a few switching of the gears though. We hoped back on our bikes at The main gate and headed on our way back to Tagore. ...
... living at the home, they live with their two girls in one room in the home and it just feels like one big happy family. Bhaskar loves dogs and the home have a delightful new puppy called Rosie.
Two of the boys who have been with Bhaskar since the home opened in 2001, Raju and Basha, are just finishing off their Masters Degree in Social Work. Both are specialising in Community Development work so that they can work with the poorest communities ...