How I went to India Pt. 2

April 26, 2014 - All Posts, 2014 Operation: Shaanti

Kids, it was in the end of April when I left India and I can honestly say that I will miss it. Saying goodbye to the kids was the worst part of the trip, but other than that I don’t have many complaints.  It was sad to say goodbye, but I know that I did my job like I was supposed to and that’s a mission accomplished in my eyes.
Leaving Jibhi was a long and grueling experience, consisting of many hours on a bus and a lack of sleep.  Our first stop was the Taj which was really awesome.  I can’t really comprehend how people were able to build it without modern day tools. While at the Taj,  I licked the building so that I can not only say that I have been there, but also I licked part of it which not many people can say.

India was an amazing trip and I am sad to go, but I am also glad that I get to return home and share my adventures with my friends and family.  I can honestly say that I am glad to not eat rice everyday and I will get to eat beef once more.  Going home will be nice, but the plane rides will be long and tedious.  I may return to India one day in the future, but until then it will be a story that I can share with people to teach them lessons of humility and stuff like that. And that kids, is how I traveled to India.

Andrew Dobrowolski

Andrew 2nd


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