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Namaste

Jeff Sarah and Hemant
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Fond Farewells

Sarah Messner,Lawrenceville School India

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After a beautiful eleven days in Delhi and Varanasi, we wished a fond farewell to our marvelous group of Lawrenceville students and teachers. Safe travels and many returns.   Namaste Jeff Sarah and Hemant

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03/15/16

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Sarah Messner

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India So Far!

Jeff Wagner,Lawrenceville School India

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03/9/16

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Jeff Wagner

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Photos from the journey so far

Instructors,Lawrenceville School India

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Photos from our first few days in country.

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03/8/16

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First day at Lodhi Gardens in Delhi

Hemant,Lawrenceville School India

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Our group spent the first day easing into life in Delhi, building their group container, getting to know instructors, and exploring the sights and sounds of chaotic, inspiring Delhi. Here are a few photos from orientation sessions at the Lodhi Gardens.

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03/5/16

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Lawrenceville India Arrived and Well

Simon Hart,Lawrenceville School India

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03/4/16

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Simon Hart

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Greetings, Lawrenceville students!

Congratulations on making the decision to join us for a life-changing journey to India. In a matter of days, we will all be together at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi, and from there we will get swept away in the vibrant whirlwind that is India. You can expect to be inspired, challenged, intrigued, confused, delighted, and much more. You are about to arrive in a country and a culture that is vastly different from that of Lawrenceville. You will hear different languages, observe different religions, and meet people with different values and belief systems. This is a tremendous opportunity to open yourself up to new and unfamiliar traditions!

As my lovely colleague Rebecca wrote of Dragons courses, "It’s human nature to come into experiences like this with lots of expectations. The best thing you can do for yourself is to let go of them. In places like India, things can sometimes not happen the way we expected them to or on our schedule. But that doesn’t mean magical things can’t come out of it!"

I couldn't agree with her more!

You all have already met the wise and wonderful Jeff Wagner, but I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself. I was born and raised in the foothills of the San Gabriel mountains in southern California. From there, I traveled across the country to the little town of Hanover, New Hampshire, to study creative writing at Dartmouth College. During college, I studied abroad in Madrid, volunteered in Honduras, and learned how to farm -- a skill that inspired me to move to Rwanda for two years to work with women's farming cooperatives. I returned to the U.S. for graduate school at Princeton Seminary (that's right, I lived in Princeton for four years, just up the road from you)! In addition to studying religion and ecology, I enjoyed ice cream at the Bent Spoon and hoagies at Hoagie Haven, as well as walks through the Institute Woods and the Canal path. While in grad school, I got a grant to study farming and religious practices in rural India, and the rest is history. It was my second time visiting this amazing country, and I knew I wanted to come back! In 2014, I started working with Dragons as an instructor, where I can learn, explore, and discover India alongside students just like you. India is a country close to my heart, and I can't wait for you to see why!

The point of this yak board is to build a community before our trip begins and to serve as a place to reflect and share our experience during and after our travels. We want to learn about you! Who are you? What are you passionate about? What are your hopes for our trip? Anything you are nervous about? Feel free to answer all of these questions or tell your story your own way. Also, please include a picture! We love pictures.

You can also use the yak board to post any questions you have.

We will be posting yaks soon with recommended packing lists and other important pre-trip information.

With anticipation!

Sarah

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Namaste and welcome!

Sarah,Lawrenceville School India

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Greetings, Lawrenceville students! Congratulations on making the decision to join us for a life-changing journey to India. In a matter of days, we will all be together at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi, and from there we will get swept away in the vibrant whirlwind that is India. You can expect to be inspired, […]

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03/1/16

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Sarah

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Namaste!

Our travel dates are getting closer. Are you getting excited? (We are!)

In this yak, we wanted to give you some information about clothing as well as general packing tips. Don’t feel overwhelmed by the length of this post! You don’t have to read it all at once, but you can use it as a guide while you’re packing. The Course Preparation documents and your meetings with Jeff should have provided lots of good information but it's nice to have some more information as you prepare to come to India!

The key to successful packing for this trip is to bring what you need. Not any more and not any less. Pack as light as possible.

Clothes in Varanasi:

Varanasi, where we will be spending most of our time, is a conservative city in a conservative state in a still largely conservative country. During our time there, you will undoubtedly see foreign tourists dressed in all manner of clothing. But as we are trying to maintain respect in the local community we want to hold ourselves to a higher standard. In this city, wearing Indian clothing will help you garner the respect of your neighbors and you will receive a lot of compliments from locals. Indian clothes are comfortable, attractive and well-suited to the climate. Do not bring a lot of Western clothes. Past students have regularly found that they keep most of their Western clothes in their bag the whole trip and wish they had brought fewer. We will be shopping in Delhi for clothes, and keep in mind that there are also a few outfits in our Program House in Varanasi that past students have left for you to use!

Women:

Female students are expected to wear Indian clothes while we stay in Varanasi. In Varanasi, most Indian women your age wear salwar kameez. This is a comfortable outfit containing loose-fitting pants called salwar or leggings called churidar. These are paired with a tunic called a kameez or kurta, and a scarf called a dupatta. You can buy these as a set or mix and match individual pieces. We will have opportunities early in the program to buy ready-made clothes.

We recommend you don’t bring many Western clothes. Leggings that reach your ankles are fine as you can wear them with Indian tunics. Skirts and dresses should probably be left at home, as we will not be wearing them in Varanasi. If you must bring one, it should be mid-calf length or longer. Shorts of any length and sleeveless shirts/dresses should be left at home.

Men:

Male students are expected to wear pants and a button down or polo shirt while we are in Varanasi. Your pants shouldn’t be ripped or stained and, although we want you to wear nicer shirts in Varanasi, clean and well maintained t-shirts will be fine elsewhere in the country. A lot of Indian men your age wear cotton polo-style shirts. Shorts should be left at home, though you can bring a pair of basketball-length shorts to sleep in. You also have the option of wearing Indian clothes. Traditionally in North India, men wear a kurta-pyjama– a long tunic and narrow pant. These days, many younger men save this outfit for special occasions. You will see many men wearing a short kurta with jeans or khakis.

Other Clothing Tips:

We have a great opportunity to practice yoga in Varnansi with our beloved Hemant ji. Indians tend to practice yoga in long, flowing clothes so please do not bring yoga clothes that are tight or revealing. Your salwaar suit and loose-fitting clothes will be just fine!

Other Miscellaneous Items to keep in mind:

-Sunglasses

-Sandals and comfortable walking shoes (we'll be walking A LOT)!

-Two water bottles (like Nalgenes) that we will refill in order to minimize use of plastic bottles

-Sun hat and sunscreen

-A headlamp with batteries

Medications:

We travel with a fully-stocked medical bag that includes prescription and over the counter meds. You are welcome to bring your own stash if that helps you feel comfortable, but do remember that all OTC and prescription medications stay with the instructors throughout the duration of the trip. Please remember that whatever medication you are bringing on the course (anti-malarial or other prescription meds) bring enough to last you for the whole trip. Do not assume you can get the same medicine in India. If you have preferences for feminine hygiene products, please bring enough for the whole trip. Pads are available widely throughout India, tampons sporadically so.

Clothes Shopping:

Early in our program we will take you shopping for Indian clothes. A complete outfit will cost $15-$30 and an Indian kurta (tunic) can sometimes be purchased for as low as $3. We may have a few pieces of women’s Indian clothes at the program house in Varanasi left behind by past students. Western clothes you bring should be loose-fitting and conservative and all clothes should be neat, clean and presentable.

Homestay Gifts:Some students like to bring little gifts for their homestay families. This is fine but not expected. The best gifts are those that are American-themed or represent some aspect of your local culture. Things like snowglobes, calendars with pictures of your state, refrigerator magnets or any local themed product. Please do not bring any food or candy as some of the host families may have food restrictions or not enjoy our sweets as much as we do in the U.S!

Wow that was a lot! Hopefully this has helped to clarify some packing questions you may be having. If you have any questions or clarifications, please ask. It’s better to clear up confusions here than after you’ve come to India with stuff you don’t need (or having neglected to bring important stuff!)

See you soon!

Your Instructor Team

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Packing Clarifications!

Sarah,Lawrenceville School India

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Namaste! Our travel dates are getting closer. Are you getting excited? (We are!) In this yak, we wanted to give you some information about clothing as well as general packing tips. Don’t feel overwhelmed by the length of this post! You don’t have to read it all at once, but you can use it as […]

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03/1/16

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Sarah

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I’d like to welcome you to the Dragons community and to the journey ahead in India.
The period of planning and anticipation before a great journey should be filled with energy and excitement. We hope that the Field Notes forum encourages you to voice your ideas, anxieties, thoughts, and questions. It’s a great way to begin processing expectations and to try your hand at relating your experience in writing and photos.
As your Program Director at Dragons, I’m going to be working closely with your group to support the program and the instructors and be a contact for those at home while the group is out in the field.
My global journey began in Mexico, in the back of a 1978 Ford station wagon squeezed between three siblings and two proud parents. Together we spent two months weaving our way through the ancient ruins of Teotihuacan, the giant megalopolis of Mexico City, and the warm beaches of Oaxaca. By age fifteen I decided I was ready to spring the nest and catapulted from my hometown town of 682 people in northern Wisconsin into a yearlong homestay with one of Puebla, Mexico’s most respected families.
During the course of the next ten years I would be thoroughly infected with the traveling bug, living in Taipei, Taiwan for two years and traveling throughout southeast Asia, returning to Latin America to travel and study in Guatemala, Venezuela, Colombia and Costa Rica, and spending the better part of a year living and studying in Cameroon where I focused on community-based conservation efforts amongst indigenous tribes in the Congo Basin. After a long string of educational adventures, I find it a great privilege to have joined the Boulder Administration of Where There Be Dragons and look forward to a long and prosperous journey, continuously challenging my senses and, most importantly, generating new stories.
So as we begin to pack our bags for this adventure, keep in mind that while we are in India for little more than a week, this experience has the potential to weave its way into a much larger story – of life and education and growing up in these times. Consider that this program will weave together each our life paths into a common tapestry. That the life-stories of those we travel with, our teachers, and the people we meet in India, will be intertwined. You may find yourself writing an email to your homestay mother ten years down the road, or returning with your family to a place you visited on this program. India is now a part of YOUR story.
Dragons is different from other travel-study programs because of the tremendous amount of care and intention that goes into the conception of each course. The design and development of our course curricula and itineraries are part of an organic process that is directly spearheaded by our administration and field staff. Rather than out-sourcing this work to large-scale operators who will present to you a program on a platter – one that can be mindlessly facilitated by just about any guide – Dragons prefers to keep our hands in the dirt, allowing us to sculpt courses that represent our unique goals of profound cross-cultural learning and self-cultivation. You should know that you are about to embark on an adventure that is intensely personalized and has been many months, and in many cases, years in the making!
We hope that you will discover the magic of the Field Notes forum and learn to love it! It’s a powerful tool for pre-course communication and community building, and once you head into the field, it will undoubtedly become the default homepage of your parents and friends at home – all of those who WISH they could be out there with you!
Again, welcome to Dragons. I look forward to hearing from you all, and vicariously journeying alongside you this spring.

With Best Regards,
Simon
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Welcome to Lawrenceville India!

Simon Hart,Lawrenceville School India

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Hello! I’d like to welcome you to the Dragons community and to the journey ahead in India. The period of planning and anticipation before a great journey should be filled with energy and excitement. We hope that the Field Notes forum encourages you to voice your ideas, anxieties, thoughts, and questions. It’s a great way to begin […]

Posted On

02/12/16

Author

Simon Hart