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... also enjoy the view that it offers from the podium.
We headed back to the airport after a wonderful lunch at Khaan Saab (GVK Mall) . The delicious pineapple apple panna and the Qubani is one you must try apart from the famous Hyderabadi ...
... get us all the way to the fields even though we insisted that they didn't.
Soccer went well. We're all starting to mesh together a little better. It's crazy how a little practice can go a long way. Our positions are pretty set at this point we're just trying to work on passing and scoring.
We hitchhiked back for dinner and I fell asleep for early.
Just another day.
Good night xoxo
... with the Dartmouth students as well and left to meet Sumana. We were worried for a minute because Sayantan wasn't there but we asked the driver (the same one who took us to Sultan bazaar who we really like) and he said we were picking him up. We picked him up along the way and just as always enjoyed the wonderful music our driver played. We arrived at the Shilparam craft fair where we were meeting Sumana. When we met up with Sumana she was with her daughter. Yay we finally got to ...
... tastes good. After lunch we go to Lavanya's tailor to begin the process of having our dresses stitched. The tailor, Satish at Ambika Tailors in Abids, takes all my measurements, since I have not been to him before. Then I choose the necklines for my dresses. It only takes about 20 minutes, and we are on our way home in time for evening tea. We drop Jagdish off to meet with his St. Paul's friends. Lavanya and I are home by ...
... She is an electrical engineer and works in Hyderabad with hopes of visiting the United States within her lifetime. What a small world - of all the people and buses in Hyderabad and this woman is reading a book from a man who taught in Pittsburgh, so close to my hometown.
"A lot of people want a shortcut. I find the best shortcut is the long way, which is basically two words: work hard.”
~Randy Pausch, The Last Lecture