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... or 20, and once we entered traffic began to hum and sing some Indian folk song to himself. As the tune and traffic lanes opened up our speed would increase! Picture for a moment a greyhound chasing a rabbit then imagine that same greyhound happens to be a little yellow tuk tuk on speed. We had been in some pretty entertaining and heart pounding rides before, but this driver was CRAZY!! His favorite maneuver was to spot a wall of traffic ...
What is up with is and these late night saree shopping sprees? We felt bad that we kept them longer than when the store was supposed to close. There were other people in there too though. Also, it did make it better that we actually wound up buying things for the first time.
As we went down to purchase our sarees we discovered a beautiful jewelry store within the store. Gorgeous stuff! So elaborate. It wasn't expensive for what it was either. Olivia got ...
... in Hyderabad so far!!!
The next day was my first day of work at VOICE. Even though my boss Averil has yet to return to India, my first day at VOICE was good. On your first day, you have to interview every person in the office for 30 minutes, so that was a lot of fun. I loved meeting all the passionate and awesome workers in the office. But, since we had stayed out late the night before and jet-lag made me wake up early in the morning, I kind of fell asleep after I ...
... that is great!
One thing is for sure! I enjoy Hyderabad a lot more than New Delhi! It's much cleaner, warmer, traffic is not as bad, less pollution, and less poverty around.
I am feeling pretty good right now, so let me tell you a little about The University of Hyderabad. it's about 2,300 acres (give or take) and mostly a master course school. Huge difference since Alverno ...
After the dance class, I went to the Management Building to
try and talk to the professor before the class started at 3:00 p.m. He was once
again nowhere to be found. On the way back, I was offered a scooter ride which
I kindly declined. Not to make anyone nervous but I may end up accepting the
offer because the rough terrain, long walks and scorching heat is nothing to be
envious of. (August I will be getting a bicycle ...