Kasani GR Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... but no luck,we called for petrol and were surrounded by people yet again,wanting to know how much the bike was worth,where we were from,and can we have a picture Sir. We soon realised we would not get any decent accomodation till we were near Hyderabad,and we had been on the road best part of 8 hours,had a lot of near misses,cursed a few times and made rude gestures,not to much ...
... the joint--closed it down! We paid our bill and all walked home together through the dusty streets of Hyderabad. We were tired and smelled like the wrong end of a camel, but we were happy :). We were falling in love with the food, the sounds, the smells, and the streets. We just couldn't wait to meet the people of the slum communities tomorrow!
Indian Word/Phrase of the Day:
dhan'yavādālu! (Thank you! "Day Von Day Na Lew)
... she rest and let them step in. I love it and hope it lasts until I get home. Now off to Golkonda Fort.
This ruined fort was built on in the 1500s by ? to defend against ?. Not sure. The fort is 6 miles in area with bastions, drawbridges, royal apartments and temples. Kousar kindly paid for my entrance fee, 5 Rs. for locals and 100 Rs. for me, the foreigner ($1.60). We arrived at 4:30 to give us enough time to stroll the fort and then see their light and sound ...
... to agree! We then went over a few plans for the following weekend and our next trip to Ajanta and Ellora.
While deciding what to order Sumana told me her favorite pizza was the OTF signature pizza (it was loaded with so many veggies) and we decided to split that. Great choice! All of the pizza here was really good, it is definitely a place I am sure I will come back too.
When we were leaving Sumana gave us all some oranges she picked up ...
... thing that they didnt know about that. To be fair we did not think we were going into the main city when we left for the bazaar and we never felt unsafe.
In the morning Ganesh helped us gather the pictures we needed and copies of all of our papers. We also recieved our student ID cards for the UofH. This was pretty exciting.
We got to the immigration place around 12 and were waiting around for forever. This seems to be a pretty repetitive process ...