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"In the midst of all the poverty I was still able to witness a great deal of beauty. I was fascinated by it because the people seemed really happy and content regardless of their hardships."
- Marlene Morris, Noblesville, Indiana
"I visited the Taj Mahal in India. I loved everything I did and saw, but I think that we traveled too much throughout the five days we were there. Interacting with the people really opened my eyes and I'm really glad that I was able to travel with my friends Jackie and Jessica!"
- Caitlin Thomas, McDonald, Pennsylvania
"Being in India was a surreal experience because of the beauty of the Taj Mahal and the cultural differences I encountered."
- PJ Watrous, Orange, California
"I think one of the best parts of my story in India was meeting a waiter at a hotel restaurant who agreed to rearrange his work schedule in order to take me and my traveling buddy around."
- Elizabeth Nakano, San Dimas, California
"Overall my experience was unfortunately negative. However at the same time I recognize that the culture and people have a certain beauty and grace to them. I loved watching the women walk down the street, adorned in their saris, almost enirely unaware of the inner grace that they displayed. The strength and dignity of the human spirit was represented so strongly in such a simple act."
"India was amazing. There really is a little bit of everything there. The food and people are wonderful but be careful where you step because there may be cow dung or something worse. I would want to go back because there is so much to explore and learn about the country. 5 days is hardly enough time."
- Andrea M. Lee, San Francisco, California