Ramoji Film City Sitara Hotel
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... This situation was a bit too in your face. As we were walking back from the market, a guy approached us with a painted snake around his neck. Pretty sure it was dead thankfully as it was super limp. He also used said dead snake as a whip of sorts against the ground to scare us I'm guessing. It was just gross really, but we walked past him and away just fine. One girl in our group did get her arm grabbed by a woman that was with snake man and carrying a small child. So yeah, no ...
... t sleep on planes. As a result I watched three pretty great films: "A Boy’s Life" a newly released movie that was filmed over 12 years and looks at the world through the eyes of this child. An insightful film that makes you think. But the ending line stuck with me. “Many say that you have to 'Seize the day,’ but what if the Day seizes you?”
Then since I missed catching it this Christmas season, ...
... gathering of sari clad women. Once we had all been seated, several of the women approached us placing a small smudge of red on our foreheads right between our eyes. The women then carefully laid bright yellow and red flower garlands around our necks. Eric felt rather awkward at this reception. He has worked hard to help find funding for HEAL’s programs and has worked hard to ensure that it has the resources it needs to execute ...
... Today at Adhya all of the girls noticed our nose rings and loved them! They asked why we didn't have two. We later talked about this and realized that they probably think we're married and in certain religions it is custom to have both nostrils pierced if married. Katie got a great compliment when the girls told her she looked like a real Telagu girl. This is because she wears two anklets (common here) and now has her nose pierced. I need to ...
... rattling and were startled! The four of us screamed, laughed, and turned around. After walking back a little we were able to find a rickshaw and decided that we still wanted to go to Paaka to meet our new friend and hopefully make more. The rickshaw charged us a ridiculous amount that I can't remember but in reality it was still nothing. So, it's ok. As we were pulling onto the street we saw a lot of kids our age walking around. We knew we were in the right area. We saw a ...