Hotel Sai Prakash
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... the year (Ramzan season). Also, another attraction was the variety of sweet dishes available - Khurbani, Fruit Salad, Double ka meetha, Kheer. After the meal, we went to Nimrah shop for Irani Chai and biscuits. The chai tasted real good. We then planned to try our hands at shopping as there were a large number of pearl shops in the area. We went to a shop, referred by one of our friends, and bought some ...
... and Mary (one of our Health workers) gesturing to us to come and sit in the front of the women on the plastic chairs they had set out. Sitting in front of these women was so humbling and almost embarrassing. This experience was very similar to the experience we had with the women’s group in the first community we visited yesterday.
The group of women looked like an array of beautifully colored mountain flowers that somehow ...
... back to see if that was it. During the walk back something happened that we have never experienced before. Not in this manner at least. The power went out. Yes, we have experienced this before. However, every time it has been in our hostel and didn't interfere with anything. This time was very different. Very different! We were in the middle of a big city area that we were no familiar with, and we were on a mission. How could we go shopping if there was no power in the ...
... to Goa with us! It would be so awesome if they came. I really hope so. They really wanted to so crossing my fingers that it will work out. They'd just stay in the hut with us. After a while we parted ways and headed back. We invited Mitaja too while we were at it. Successful night!! So glad we didn't stay in. Katie and Olivia were happy to hear the good news also that we may be traveling with our new friends. And there ends another night. ...
... train from Langampali Station into Hyderabad.
Once we made it to the bazaar, we realized that since it had only opened the previous day, around half of the venders were still setting up their booths. We strolled past the merchant shops that were set up, trying dried apricots and honey from Kashmir, practicing our haggling, and meeting some very friendly shop merchants. One merchant, Michael, ...