Sindhuri Residency

Address: 2-4-133 M.G. Road, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, 500495, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Circle - XVIII area of Hyderabad, is near Golkonda Fort, Charminar, Salar Jung Museum, and Husain Sagar Lake.
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      The meaning of life...

      A travel blog entry by pastorrockey on Dec 30, 2014

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      ... old George Bailey and “It’s a Wonderful Life.” George struggles to see the meaning, the value of his life since it’s nothing like he’d planned. But in the end discovers through Clarence, “No man is a failure who has friends!” and then his brother Harry summarizes it saying, “To George, the richest man in town!” Then finally I watched a newer film entitled “If ...

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      ... about how to overcome challenges. When I first arrived in India, I was very anxious anytime my automated-rickshaw driver became lost or whenever I didn't understand what someone was saying to me, but I learned how to trust myself in difficult situations like these. At times, I felt lonely and isolated due to cultural differences, but these experiences helped me learn how to become comfortable with being entirely independent, as I often was ...

      Minor complications

      A travel blog entry by tbs1298 on Feb 04, 2014

      ... was not an easy process let me just tell you. It took about two hours and what we were left with was my original earring back in my nose without the backing on hoping with all of my heart that it would stay in at least over night!

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      ... report that and that stuff just straight up does not pertain to me in any way shape or form. So no thank you, ill pass. But I did love the professor! She was great. Lucky for us Sumana told is she will be our advisor for working with the NGO and the coursework we have to do for that. After this class was over we decided to try to find the student canteen center to get some lunch. We were just kind of hoping we were walking in the right direction. As we were walking up we noticed ...