The Residence (Hyderabad)
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... got a really yummy breakfast, with not an egg is sight ( I hate eggs). Upon landing, within 10 minutes I had my luggage and found my driver and was off to the Westin. (Why can't the US airports get the luggage out that fast???).
On the descent into Hyderabad, I was surprised at all of the farmland that surrounded the city. I guess I always just think of India as being over-populated with not an inch to spare...similar to Manhattan. During ...
... non-HEAL community was a great way to introduce us to what life is like for most people in the slums. Simple amenities we take for granted are non-existent in many places here. The experience was a hard but good one. Nowhere had we seen poverty like we had seen in the first community we stopped at. Bangkok was big and sprawling, Cambodia was dirty, and a little broken, Vietnam was actually pretty modernized and while there were obviously ...
... been really lazy about going to buy more minutes. It hasn't been much of a problem though. We got to Ample and her computer wasn't ready yet but she was able to give her consent for whatever they were calling her for. They said just a few more days and then it would be ready. For Jacci it was worth it to go out there just to check and I don't blame her. We ventured back into the Himalayan book store because we had time to look around. This time ...
... we were doing our 30 second sprint from an interval. Joke's on them. This run turned into a venture around campus. We discovered parts we had never been to before! There is a shooting range and cement stairs that make almost a stadium overlooking a track and a whole bunch of people playing cricket. We sat there for a good while watching and enjoying the weather and the vibe. We walked to the gym to take a look but it was closed. Campus is just so pretty. So big ...
... who was assisting him, to realize the kites do not fly themselves. Sadly, our little kite ultimately took a nose dive to its death.
Yesterday, a group of girls in the SIP program competed in their first cricket match. Only having learned the game a week ago and with a week's worth of practice under their belt, our ladies' team, rightfully named Tagorgeous took ...