Manipal

POSTED BY: Madeleine Pomeroy, Manipal, India, Spring 17

I have successfully made it through my first two weeks living in Manipal, India!

POSTED BY: Maria Esposito, Manipal, India, Fall 16

I think when traveling abroad it is reassuring to know that you will be back home soon.

POSTED BY: Maria Esposito, Manipal, India, Fall 16

Right now, it’s a bit odd for me to think removing myself from that stressful environment and going to India has taught me to consistently practice self-care.

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POSTED BY: Maria Esposito, Manipal, India, Fall 16

My last week is coming to an end and it’s bittersweet.

POSTED BY: Maria Esposito, Manipal, India, Fall 16

In my previous post about cultural shock and letting go, what I truly wanted to point out all of the little moments and things in Manpial. These "little things" helped me adjust to daily life quite quickly!

POSTED BY: Kailee Kennedy, Manipal, India, Fall 16

I have less than 3 days left until I return home to Massachusetts.

POSTED BY: Maria Esposito, Manipal, India, Fall 16

There is something about Manipal. It’s not like most of the places I have visited in India so far. It’s on the quieter and cleaner side and is considered “urban”, which surprised me because I thought the Manipal area was a lot more rural than I initially thought.

POSTED BY: Kailee Kennedy, Manipal, India, Fall 16

Even after living in India for over 3 months, there are many aspects of Indian culture that continue to surprise me.

POSTED BY: Kailee Kennedy, Manipal, India, Fall 16

 I wake up around 8 AM every day here.

POSTED BY: Kailee Kennedy, Manipal, India, Fall 16

One of the things that I really like about Alliance’s Manipal Program is that there is always something exciting for me to do during the weekend

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