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The Umang School
I spent three half days in the school.
It was amazing. Brinda was one of the founding members of the school,
she studied special education in the US.
She showed me around and I could have a
look at how the lessons are going on. I didn't know before that there
isn't a universal sign language. So, Indian sign language is
completely different from german ...
... everybody for two weeks. Andy has probably reached the US by now, haven't been able to make contact yet. It has been such a hassle trying to buy a SIM card for my phone so I can keep in touch with Asha. My friend got me one and it was supposed to take 24 hrs to activate but only 24 hrs later we found out it was a defective card. Welcome to India. I'm hoping my cousins in Punjab will get me hooked ...
... like. Instead, they did a procession consisting of chanting sounds and played an instrument similar to African drums. It was quite the commotion, especially since there was a pause between the two celebrations, so it emphasized just how load it was. We asked the musician if he had a Facebook fan-page, to which he laughed in our faces and said no. When we left the restaurant, we were not sure why he was laughing at us, when it juts meant that he was not as much of an official ...
... about 30 of them, seemed to come out to serve us. It was a great dinner, as expected and it was great to have the group of 11 of us all together for the first.
Fifth Day in India – January 11, 2013
Breakfast began with my first peacock sighting. The two males were beautiful and were just casually walking across the street behind our hostile. That morning, I also had my first contact with my "safe family," Anuj and Dipti. They were concerned when ...
... who was visiting for the week, helping set up an exchange program for some of the students with her school in Paris for this year. She and I spent a lot of time together, and I have to say that it was very nice to be able to really speak with someone from home. Speaking quickly...well, at an American pace... is not too common here. While English is the common language at school, just about everyone’s first language is Hindi or their original ...