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So, India, aavjo and here is to you! I will come to you whenever the opportunity arises. You have taught me so much, and I truly look forward to creating more memories with you.
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... us free samples of his stock; we felt naturally inclined to buy from him, especially since his goods were fresh and perfectly priced. Okki and I ended up buying crystallized ginger, dried mangoes, and cashews, all for under 300 rupees ($6 US). After looking around a bit more, we made our way through worm holes (walking areas in between tightly built buildings in the heart of the city). We saw many more little shops and vendors. We also saw many people's houses and eventually ...
... photo documentation). We then discovered the Hussain Doshi Gufa, an abstract art gallery designed by the famous architect B. V. Doshi, right behind CEPT. It is set halfway underground but also works as a sculpture. When we got back, we found out that one of our classmates had separated from the rest of her group at the Kite Festival and was very upset and scared. It was the first time that someone was so upset to the point of tears. (There is now a rule that one ...
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At the end of the day, after all the groups had come to each of the ten stalls, we all met - students and teachers - in the resource room for group reflection. This school is big on reflection because through speaking about your experiences, it can give you more understanding about what you did.
During this reflection we (the teachers) also got feedback from the students about the stalls and activities, what they liked and ...
... and spices that gave the mash a greenish hue. There were mint, coconut, pepper, and other sauces into which the pancake and mush could be dipped. This dish, called a dosa, was one of my favorite meals in India. From breakfast, we went to Yael’s work where I met her coworkers then headed off for the Gandhi Ashram.
I arrived at the Ashram at around one in the afternoon, the midday sun baking my tired and dehydrated body. ...