Author: Operation Groundswell

Week four of our trip and as Danielle was saying, it feels like we have known each other for ever.  It is amazing to see how much closer we get with time, and don’t have any taboos.  From acclimatization to sore throats, we share everything...

If Cambodia won them over by merely crossing over the border with claims of it smelling like fresh bread, then Phnom Penh stole the group’s hearts during our short stay there. We settled down in a circle by the riverside, ordered delivery pizzas and were...

[caption id="attachment_4447" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Trekking High up in Ladhak"][/caption] From dodging traffic in Delhi’s 40oC heat to trekking through the frigid mountains of Ladhak, from soaring in the skies of Manali on a wind-swept parasail to 20 hours of the most winding and bumpy bus rides,...

As we are getting close to the halfway point of the trip, none of us knows if we feel like we just arrived or if we have been here forever. One thing is for sure, Haiti has taught everyone to live in the present and...