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Travel Blogs from Hyderabad
... travels. We all eventually drifted off one by one, the day coming to a close as we each pulled the little shades on our bunks closed. We both laid in our bunks trying to get comfortable as the train continued to sway back and forth occasionally lurching forward and then backward as it made its stops as it traveled westward toward Hampi. We had had some incredible experiences so far and we were excited to see what adventures rural India held in store for us!
... of buying, and walking away from him was nearly impossible because he was so good at his job. I eventually snuck past him into another room saying that I just wanted to look at the saris and stoles and be on my way. He insisted on showing me how to properly wear them and began to touch me, which I thought was inappropriate. I'm not sure how, but before I knew it he was dressing me in a sari, again an item that I had no intention of buying. He ...
... didn't translate well. We told them the closest things we could think of like the Best Western in Jubilee Hills. Somehow it worked and we managed to get there. How am I supposed to chose what to get in a bakery where everything looks so delicious!? I went with a cinnamon bagel (YES THEY HAVE BAGELS!) WITH CREAM CHEESE!, and a frappe. That's more like it. I noticed they have challah here too. May have to make ...
... They got them back today and reviewed how they thought to spell the world and the right way to spell the word.
English is hard! There are so many letters that make similar sounds. If I were these kids I would be making the same mistakes, if not more!
Here are some examples just to give a small taste of the spelling in class today:
Seti --> City
Fain --> Fine
Fase --> Face
Bussi --> Busy
Arly --> ...
... So it was interesting to see how the party was set up. An entire street was closed with carpets lying down on the pavement. The entire street was under lights and white canopy ceiling and on either side were large circular tables with 10 to a table.
We walked through the tables and met the hosts. We graciously thanked them for including us as well. The women were in their finest sarees with gold and jewelery galore. I then ...