Hotel Rahul International
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... for non-vegetarians but a strict no-no for the veg guys. The Haleem and the Chicken & Mutton biryanis were amazing. The meal ended with a sweet pan.
The next day out was planned with firstly a visit to the Salar Jung Museum. It was around 11kms from the Tarnaka road. It was an amazing collection of various artefacts, paintings, sculptures, clocks, arms and what not. One needs full 4-5 hours ...
... IV. The roads in the community were knew as HEAL was able to work with the community leaders to lobby the government for new roadways. We walked past trees that lined the houses which were also obtained through heal over 7 years ago! HEAL’s philosophy is community and individual empowerement which means we take the long view of both people and the place in which they live. While HEAL has been able to expand from 5 communities to ...
... about to hit you but somehow they don't. That makes the experience. As much as we were laughing and having the best time dreaming up this ride, we were saying it's probably really messed up of us to be thinking of all of these things as a silly ride when it's people's lives every day. The list of the things we said went on and on, and regardless we were having a great time coming up with this idea. We're working on the patent for it now.
We were on our way to a town ...
... to be adventurous and spontaneous! One finally came but he wanted to charge us to much and we couldn't get him down in price so we let him drive away. We remembered seeing stores still open in shop com as we passed so we decided to head back there and see if we could meet people. We went into a little store and bought some cookies to share and I bought myself some henna. Seeing everyone's makes me so jealous. I think I'll be able to do it ...
... to let me drive our little three-wheeled fury. Apparently I'm more rambunctious a driver than he - several times he would have to pull back on the throttle before I threw us all into a ditch.
On Wednesday my roommate, Julian, and I headed to an exhibition of venders that were in town from all over India for the next 40 days. To get there we had to ...