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The Eye of the Tiger

November 30, 2011 - All Posts, 2011 Operation Prakash

The chances are really good that your teens will never see the eye of the Tiger at the Sunderban Tiger Camp. However they will see monkeys, deer, birds and maybe an alligator or two. They are there relaxing and trying to recover from the intense pace and experience of the last week. They all had an amazing time with the children in West Bengal. I am posting 2 websites for you to look at to get a better feel of where the team has been. First, I am posting the Nishta Website. They have been sleeping and eating at the offices of this small humanitarian organization. They have been working with the girls in the Nishta’s Day Boarding School. http://www.nishthasisterhood.org/ The second link is to the Sunderban Tiger Camp. http://www.sunderbantigercamp.com/ They spend several hours a day touring the rivers in Sunderban. It is kind of like a mix of the Jungle Cruise in Disneyland and the African Queen. They have zero internet here, so, there will unlikely be anymore posts, unless they have some down time at the airports along the way home. We think it is important for them to have a few days to process their experience before they head back to the United States. We have heard from the leaders that your teens have been amazing. Thanks for being great parents.

One Response to “The Eye of the Tiger”

  1. This whole thing is incredible! Thanks so much for all you have done to help us at home follow along. LOVE what YMAD does!

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