Novotel Hyderabad Airport
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Short and busy 12 day trip for my 2 week vacation in third year of residency. Initially decided to visit sister in SFO but since it's been 4 years she visited India, we both planned to visit at the same time, co-incidentally for Pranav's 5th birthday. Days went by very fast hanging out with friends, cousins and finally birthday event. Birthday event was a grand success with good turn out of people from both Maringanti and Satuluri ...
... to grab some of the city's famous Hyderabadi biryani, (which didn't disappoint) for breakfast then jumped in a rickshaw to Golconda fort.
I wandered round the courtyards, strolled through the old stables and clambered up the stairs of watchtowers of the immense ruined fort for hours. At some point near the top, I met a group of locals and went with them to the highest point of the complex, enjoying the commanding views over the entire area. All around us ...
... moving forward.
We had covered a lot of ground after 6 hours of discussion in the office. We finished up and headed back home. Tomorrow was going to be the first visits we’d make to the surrounding communities where we’d be able to see non-HEAL and HEAL communities. It was going to be incredible to finally walk around the communities and meet the people we’ve been trying to hard and working so diligently ...
... to laugh. One, my nose! My nose is in so much pain if anything goes through it again I think it would fall off. Two, that's not good for my nose. I have plenty of piercings in my ears, I know the protocol. Three, no! Just no. I couldn't understand how people kept offering to put a gun back up to my nose. This was comical. I did leave very disappointed but very grateful for his willingness to try and help me. I kept the stud in the way I had it and figured I would try and leave ...
... 160; We hauled rickshaws back with a little bit of controversy over what was a good price. George, Rios and I would have easily been able to get one for cheaper but because everyone else settled for more expensive we had no other choice than to do the same price. The drivers all talk and gang up and if one is going for one price they wont budge for any lower. So, it is what it is. We got home safe and sound. Another successful night. Another day living in India. ...