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Travel Blogs from Ahmedabad
... to go with it until I can get back into the groove and get situated.
Thank you all for your thoughts and prayers while I was gone on the trip of a lifetime. I saw so many things that I really do hope each of you get to experience in person someday.
Dad leaves today. :( Please pray for a safe flight and that he feels better!
Peace and love from Ahmedabad,
... a little bit, and ended up seeing a camel! They were giving camel rides across the street, but we were not allowed to get one, seeing as David said that they were only giving little kids rides. After we departed from the Law Garden area, we made our way to a store called “National Handloom Corporation.” A few of the guys found it while we, girls, were still shopping at the vendors’ stalls. When we got there, we noticed that it was a very large multi-story ...
... a specific leader or chairperson.
In my classes here I am able to look at the students interactions at different ages and stages in the process. I get frustrated sometimes with 2nd grade because they are still at the stage where they are learning to listen to each other and not always have their own ideas come first. It makes for a very noisy classroom. Although it’s beautiful once they get into that MGIS mode in an activity and they are all talking ...
... in another day or so, I'll keep you posted.
Teachers start today, Monday (18th), and the students start next Monday (25th). I still have no idea what I'm teaching, but will hopefully have a meeting about that soon.
My main point person at the school was just married in the states (she is Indian) and will not be arriving for another day or two, so my questions and answers may be on hold until then.
I'll keep you posted.
... the next destination. At first I wasn’t sure why we were stopping, as the attraction looked like a slightly taller and steeper mountain that would host a good putt-putt course. After going inside, checking our shoes, belts, cameras, and phones, we entered into the bottom of the man made structure and began our ascent. We climbed past a few curves and twists up the mountain and came to a dead end. Ahead there was nothing but a 2 ½ foot tall ...