Taj Banjara Hyderabad
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... her sister back. That evening, Sonia, Asha and I along with some of the other kids who also volunteered with Asha went out into the city and saw Char Minar. It's this big gateway into the city, very ornate structure with four minarets. It was all lit up and very cool to see at night. Then we went to the bangle market which was so amazing to see. Nothing but bracelets everywhere, so bright and colorful. Next day we were complete bums ...
Rise and Shine sleepy head! This morning I had to be up at 9:30 a.m. to leave for our tour of the city. I knew that this day would be rather exhausting so last night I simply stayed in and relaxed. Our first stop was at the Golkanda Fort, otherwise known as "Shepard's Hill", in the Old City of Hyderabad. The fort is constructed on the side of a hill making it very beautiful both from standing at the bottom looking up and standing at the top looking down. It ...
... her in, so in she went for her scary experience.
Back home we went in an auto rickshaw, singing songs from the Sound of Music, what fun, both Shilpa and I being fans of that film.
We got down at a Shirdi Sai Baba temple, which was especially opened up for us. George, who was very sleepy, laid upon the steps before Sai Baba and there dozed off. I said he was in samadhi!
Walking home then we were welcomed back by Sagarika's homemade upma, big filling portions of it.
... the students and how the students interacted with each other. I got to take a number of classes that I wouldn't have otherwise taken, including Conversational Hindi, Kuchipudi Traditional Dance, The Sociology of Caste and Hierarchy, and Indian Philosophy.
The combination of studying during the week and traveling on the weekends kept my schedule full. My ...
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