My name is Hannah Chambers, and in 2016, I was selected by the charity Project Trust to take part in the incredible opportunity of going on a 12 month overseas teaching placement in India. As it is for a year I will be able to fully immerse myself in the culture and the community.
This means that in August 2017 I will be flying to India as a Project Trust volunteer!
I am blogging about this experience to take you on my journey from start to end.
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Disclaimer: This website/blog is personal and written by Hannah Chambers. As such the views expressed here are those of Hannah Chambers and not those of Project Trust.
Author Archives: hannahsyearinindia
We started off our first week of teaching with a day off, something I was not going to complain about as it meant that we would have a whole day to make lesson plans, organise everything so that on Tuesday, … Continue reading
After only a five hour wait for our delayed train and a four-hour train ride we had left the only part of India that was familiar to go on holiday and be a tourist for a week. It was the … Continue reading
My first week in Ongole has had a vast range of emotions and experiences, some of which have been great others have really not. I have decided to be brutally honest in this blog as I have read some that … Continue reading
When I first landed in India it was a cool 24 degrees as we had been previously warned by the crew that it was a bit chilly I’m sure it’s cliquey but the first thing I felt was the heat … Continue reading
I can hardly believe the time has flown so fast. I have just finished packing but somehow I still don’t think that it has sunk in that in tomorrow night I will be arriving in India. At the moment I … Continue reading
So last week I made the trek back up to Coll, just like I had to do almost a year ago, although this time I did not have a travel buddy and almost missed my flight, but I made it … Continue reading