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World Challenge is an organisation that works with schools to send students all over the world to experience different lifestyles and cultures.
In July 2013 I am going to India for 4 weeks as part of a team with World Challenge.
The first 2 weeks of this trip will be trekking the Himalayas, walking through small towns and villages, religious sites and picturesque views.
On the 3rd week of the trip, we will go to a small village to help the community. This could include building water pumps, teaching children English and anything else in general that could help the people.
In the 4th and final week we will explore India and relax; going to the Taj Mahal, visiting market places in Delhi and visiting traditional Indian Spas.
In all, this trips cost just shy of £4000 (not including the cost to buy equipment and clothing). World Challenge encourage students to raise this money themselves through fundraising and sponsorships, so that's why I need you're help!
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