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... greeted by the most aggressive salesperson that I've ever encountered in my life. He wouldn't leave my side and followed me around and gave me a full demo of every item that I put my eyes on. All I wanted to do was pick up a little something for my niece, Raven, and get out of there, but it was impossible to get a word in edgewise with the salesman. He spent about 15 minutes trying to sell me rugs which were very beautiful but which I had ...
... said I'm going to take my chances with these slices of blueberry and pineapple upside down cake. Cooked, but not hot.
You cannot trust the weather report on Hyderabad. This morning's report said it would be sunny at 90 degrees; it's now thundering and raining.
Feeling a bit better as I wake up. Meetings with the team have been great. Being here in person to interact with the team is ...
... we thought of some ways it could be similar to the project we are doing together in our globalization class with slums. About 30 minutes before we needed to leave for Adhya I called the driver. He said he would be about 40 minutes and I said that would work. He called me about 30 minutes later saying he was there and I felt bad that we weren't but we did our best to rush over. He drove us to the school and upon arrival we handed him 100 rs, just as much as we paid last time. He held it ...
... behind. So this is tricky with me not being able to get a hold of my advisor. However, I am going to attend three classes tomorrow, all which would help me with the NGO coursework. Hindi is at 9am in the SIP building (because we missed the first day today, Monday, we were asked to show up at 8:45), then is Communication for Social Change in the Communications building at 10am. The dilemma with this is that this building is roughly a 45 minute bike ride and we only have ...
... night. The man on the tractor called us all over, filled our hands with delicious rice and provided us with the Ganesh headbands.
From there, an older gentleman guided us to the drums and we transformed into rice eating, headband wearing, Ganesh celebrating dancers! I am almost positive the the entire town came out to watch us dance and celebrate the meaning of Ganesha. It was wonderful! Little kids would hop ...
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