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... and pavilions. This magnificent place had unfortunately fallen into a poor state of repair, but in a way the ruinous state made it that more special. The Hauz area was particularly poor. Nevertheless the site is exceptional and the tombs and the Mosque still quite amazing. The complex was built by a number of sultans over the years, but the main part, the mausoleum and the mosque was completed in 1451 by Qutub-ud-din Ahmed Shah, one of ...
Words do not describe how grateful I am for this semester, and for all of your support and love back at home. I look forward to sharing experiences and photos with you all, even though you were able to get a sneak peek of what has been going on. The next few days will be crazy, as Okki and I have to finish up our project before our studio review on Thursday.
Until next time, which may be even in person, love from India,
... had just gone for a run and did not have her phone on her, so there I was, in Kunmi's room, locked out of my own room for a while. When Tiffany and Shane came back from CEPT, we all started discussing the reality show that we were going to start: "Real World India." Shane went into the initial phases of how the operation would work, and we decided that it would be do-able with just a couple computers set up, taping for 8 hours at a time. The idea behind the show would be to just ...
A long public bus ride delivered us to Ahmedabad. This is another big city with not much in the way of tourist activities. It's really just a convenient stopping place between Udaipor and Mumbai. Most people were a little tired by the time we arrived, so it was only myself, Cally and Becky who headed for Sabarmati Ashram, set up by Gandhi in 1915. This was pretty interesting, but even ...
... a group activity reflecting on both the stalls from their First Day as well as when they were the stall leaders - how did they feel being the student vs the teacher.
After about an hour I was pulled out of the class to instruct the students who would be running the tattoo stall for the little kids on THEIR First Day. Apparently the 5-8th graders had already been split into their ‘teacher’ groups and one had chosen to do the ...