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... immediately. My nose was runny, and my eyes were just watering up like crazy. My eyes adjusted, but the runny nose would bother me for duration of the visit in Punjab. We were greeted at the station by Panthratan and he drove us 20 minutes back to Gurha Pindh(Village).
Once we got the Pindh, we ate a delicious, fresh, home cooked lunch at the Gurudwara, and settled down in our accommodation. We ended up staying in our own house there and it was beautiful. For the rest of ...
... says he feels quite emotional . X x x
We arrive in Jalandhar at about 9.30 in the evening.Whilst we wait for our driver out side the station a young boy can't help but stare at Therese and boy is she FUNNY! After five minutes of chortling he is chased away by some porters.
The car takes us through the streets but it is dark outside. Feeling shattered and hoping that the 'Maya’ delivers on a liitle more comfort than the ‘Hallway ...
... one of the villagers help us navigate through the narrow alleys in the village to get to it, and then we had to climb up to her roof to see over the wall into the courtyard.
As the sun starting setting the mosquitos started coming out to bite! We headed back to Phagwara for the night. We decided to go out for fresh juice once we got there at the little market down the street. We requested orange-pomegranate from the vendor ...
... in and everything was cold and wet. Laundry would not dry at all, towels would not dry, and my quilt was permanently damp. I couldn't get warm, and everything smelled like wet dog.
I'd had enough. I couldn't take it anymore. I phoned my parents and told them I wasn't going to try to extend my visa, I wanted to come home. That was the best decision I made the whole time I was in India.
Things with the school in the village hadn't ...
... help people, that would hopefully be carried on perpetually. But I underestimated how difficult it would be, especially with a lack of manpower and support. It was kind of like standing at the bottom of a sky scraper and wondering how you're going to climb up the smooth glass windows without a rope or anything to grab onto. From here on in, things didn't go so well. I faced a lot of opposition and had some very negative experiences. I know that many other interns ...