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How was India, and what did you learn ?

We have arrived back in the USA, after a good 15 hour flight from Delhi to Chicago. I am hoping each of us has a really good answer when asked “how was India?” and “what did you learn?”. Please test … Continue reading

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What we saw

We are sitting in the Delhi airport reflecting on what the past three weeks means. We had a final group dinner this evening at The Red Onion, during which we celebrated Matt’s 21st birthday, complete with chocolate cake and 21 … Continue reading

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The Amber Fort

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Jaipur

As we drove along the main highway of India, there were tiny villages flashing by the wondows of the motorcoach–a string of stucco buildings: a snack shop, a home, a snack shop, a souvenir stand, a snack shop. Then a … Continue reading

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In transit

In transit Hyderabad-Mubai-Delhi-Jaipur. Today is travel day, which puts me in mind of a line spoken by Paul’s “grandfather” in A Hard Day’s Night: “So far, I’ve been in a train and a room and a car and a room, … Continue reading

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Traffic

Hyderbad traffic is a careening, chaotic experience, without pattern or guidelines. The fundamental principle of driving in Hyderabad seems to be to force your way through in defiance of all obstacles. And the Hyderbad driver’s sole means of removing an … Continue reading

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Hyderabad Hospitality

One of the things we are learning about India has been taught to us by several gracious Indian families in Hyderabad who have extended their hearts and homes and welcomed us to their city. They are eager to hear about … Continue reading

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