Taj Residency -- Hyderabad
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good facilities and happy
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... 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, ...
... with the kids, we all piled back into our jeep to head off to Mallikarjun Nagar, a community where we’d be able to see HEAL’s affect after only 6 months. We rumbled down the dusty pot hole laden road in the jeep listening to Meera point out different communities and how they relate to the HEAL communities. It has been fascinating to listen to Meera, Urmi, and the staff talk about the communities, they all know the ...
I woke up basically checking my Facebook and my cell phone to see f we knew of a game time yet. Still nothing. I was able to go to breakfast this morning with a little bit of relaxation though because I didn't have my natural resources class. I did what I do best and stayed around doing absolutely nothing until lunch. Nothing productive at least. At lunch Sumana sand Sayantan came. Sumana wanted to figure out why my phone didn't work to call her and why she couldn't call me. ...
... this one mint sauce, I swear you could have dipped a rubber tire in it and thought the tire was downright delicious.
After work on Friday, the VOICE staff members decided to all go out to a local bar, and, of course, we were the only ladies there (with a few exceptions, most bars are filled with only men). Then, a few VOICE employees and I zipped off to the Marriott Hotel for a performance of an all-female string trio from the US, which was put on ...
... and with Americans or tourists. Americans are automatically placed at a higher level and assumes to have more money. So that makes me think about why they would stop for us and never just pull over and stop for an Indian student and ask them in they need a ride somewhere. Back at Tagore we all felt now like we still had to figure our schedules out. I was wondering what happened to that relief I felt earlier on in the day. I wasn't stressed by any means but it would be more ...