Well our journey in India has come to an end. I think it's very ironic because up until Rishikesh and Mcleod GanjI think many people wanted to go back home as soon as possible. But now I feel like everyone's attitudes have changed, and everyone is finally starting to enjoy India a lot more. India takes a little getting used to, and 27 days is just to little time to spend in India. This county has so many great things to offer, and this trip has just shown us the tip of the iceberg. One thing I learned on this trip is to be very appreciative for the things I have and not to take things for granted. In America we have running water and safe drinkable water very out of our garden hoses, but here it's a different story. Food is also safe to eat anywhere you go in America but in India you must be careful about where you go out for food. Now of course for the local people everything is mostly safe cause their bodies have adjusted but it's still something to think about. I'm also very thankful that America gives every student the chance at an education because education is very important and that is something we are taught since age one. However many kids here don't realize what education can do for them and also don't have access to an education. It's the little things like this that most of us will never notice how nice it is to have until one day we are without them.