Radisson Hyderabad Hitec City
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I thought some of you might be interested in reading excerpts from my Fellowship Report for the Dickey Center. I've posted the best bits below.
Before my final sign-off, I would like to thank the Dickey Center and VOICE 4 Girls for making this experience all possible. I would like to thank my family and friends who supported me so much along the way. And, I would like to thank all of you, my devoted readers, for ...
... run camps over the summer. He is an incredibly accomplished man, and I really enjoyed hearing his insights into the Indian education system. After the talk, we were all starving, so we went to a nearby restaurant and had a delicious feast of Biryani, courtesy of Dartmouth College. Since it was Valentine's Day, later that night, Manasa and I and some of her girl friends from Hyderabad decided to go to this club for Bollywood dance night. Needless to say, it ...
... chai we had somosas yum! Tea time will be a thing for me when I return home. Later in the day Jacci and I fell asleep. We told ourselves we wouldn't nap, whoops!! Jacci even came over to my bed to cuddle for a little. We must have been really out of it because it wasn't until later in the night when we were talking about the day that we remembered that happened. We need to work on our sleep schedules. We eventually woke up and decided that ...
I have not had reliable internet access, and my nook is about to die, but I just wanted to write out an update to confirm that we made it! Tessa and I endured a stressful & exhausting overnight bus to Hyderabad. We have been welcomed warmly by his lovely family, and we are very happy to say we have squeezed in absolutely everryyything we we could during the 36 hours we've been here. The city ...
... us out but we ended up walking pretty far until one came about. All six of us squeezed into a rickshaw and were on our way. The driver ended up taking us through a “shortcut” which honestly, we were all scared for our lives. We went on some back road, through flooding roadways, up steep hills, and through the slums. I do not think I breathed that entire time. Once we finally got to the mall, the driver ended up ...