Silver Oak Holiday Home

Address: Gate No.76, Shirdi, Maharashtra, 423109, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Gate No.76, Shirdi.
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Travel Blogs from Shirdi

Preparing for a trip back in time...

A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on Jun 21, 2014

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... 20 meters up ahead, crank his little accelerator like Nacho, and then slam on the break at just the last second! We wound in and around traffic passed through giant buses’ blind spots and sped through stop-signless four way stops like a spicy chili through Eric’s digestion tract. The driver continued humming and singing to himself seemingly oblivious to the fact that his passengers were hyperventilating :P. It all worked out ...

Revisiting HEAL's Data Initiatives!

A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on Jun 20, 2014

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... the jeep again. We headed along our regular route to the office traveling through Hyderabad's dusty streets enjoying people watching as we went. There are SO many people in India its overwhelming to think about. There are more than 3x the number of people in India than in the U.S. and its easy to feel it living and driving through Hyderabad.

We spent the majority of the day in the office, as it was the last day with the two ...

Health Clinic & Community Visit to Gabilipeta

A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on Jun 18, 2014

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... was glad to feel the rickety old jeep lunge forward one last time before its momentum threw everyone back into their seats. After the dust settled, we gingerly exited the car (it always feels a bit like you’ve just been rolled down a desert hill in a water barrel), and were greeted by a tent and small concrete building. The tent would serve as a reprieve from the sun for the community members and their children who would be waiting ...

Visiting the slum communities

A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on Jun 17, 2014

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... there, nothing compared to India. With the images and smells still fresh in our minds and nostrils we pulled up to a community that HEAL has been working in for almost 4 years—Gabilipeta IV. Eric was relieved to drive into a community that actually had flat roads and concrete homes. He saw a well with spiggets, trees, and people smiling and running towards the direction the white jeep seemed to be heading. Meera had selected ...

Highlights from my Fellowship Report for Dickey

A travel blog entry by funkinfrance on Mar 15, 2014

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... Further, I learned how to be more easy-going and accept the unpredictability of life when faced with the many hard to predict aspects of everyday life.

When I first arrived in Hyderabad, I found the environment very overwhelming since there were so many sights and sounds to take in all at once. The streets of Hyderabad are filled with chaos: cars swerving in and out of lanes, people crossing the streets whenever they want, the ...