How They Saw India and Pallium India

2012 July 21
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Two of the four American students who visited us through Child Family Health Internatonal (CFHI) a couple of months back have blogged on their experience.  Take a look at what Lyndsey and Nicole had to say…

Last two weeks in Southern India

I am actually about to board my flight home now that I am finally getting around to writing this. After the program ended, I started travelling for three weeks and although I have certainly had numerous, fantastic experiences which I would have loved to share with everyone immediately, sometimes it is nice to simply disconnect from the world and solely focus on one’s surroundings at hand. It truly makes a difference in the way you experience a place once you’ve put the camera, the phone, the computer, etc. away and focus on being engaged in the world around you. – Read more…

Welcoming a new adventure.

My love of travel, exploration and health education has taken me to an entirely new part of the world, to a country bustling with life. India is home to nearly 1.2 billion people and well known for being infinitely diverse, with a wide array of social and familial customs, religious beliefs, cuisine and language varying across each state. There is so much to learn and so much to take in! Your senses are immediately overwhelmed by the sea of vibrant colors, strong smells, the incessant sound of car horns and booming music and most notably, by the masses of people maneuvering through what you can only hope is some sort of organized chaos.  – Read more…

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