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There is too much to write about. I wish that I could share so many details on here but I have to be a bit vague. I met some of the sweetest people I've ever met. I saw some of the purest hearts I've ever seen. I saw poverty, need, and life in the slums as well as leper colonies. The group I went with already had a relationship with the people there, and made huge strides in building relationships with a tribe of people that desperately need hope and help. 

I went on this trip as the videographer and was able to document so much, but along the way I built some relationships that will last a lifetime. 

The first night was spent in a teeny tiny hotel room. 

The first night was spent in a teeny tiny hotel room. 

We were greeted with garlands and flowers. 

We were greeted with garlands and flowers. 

Talking with a representative of a tribe of people in great need. Learning about ways to offer hope and help. 

Talking with a representative of a tribe of people in great need. Learning about ways to offer hope and help. 

First village visit. 

First village visit. 

These guys could weave some serious baskets. 

These guys could weave some serious baskets. 

PJ was so stoked to hang on to this ram. 

PJ was so stoked to hang on to this ram. 

Simplicity. 

Simplicity. 

One of the biggest problems in the villages is lack of proper drainage. These cesspools form and serve as a breeding ground for malaria-carrying mosquitos. 

One of the biggest problems in the villages is lack of proper drainage. These cesspools form and serve as a breeding ground for malaria-carrying mosquitos. 

This village was at the foot of some beautiful peaks. 

This village was at the foot of some beautiful peaks. 

The Crew! Love these people. 

The Crew! Love these people. 

Rice Farm. 

Rice Farm. 

Jenna hangin' with some kiddos. 

Jenna hangin' with some kiddos. 

This leper colony was quite possibly the most peaceful place I've ever been to in my life, and at the foot of this beautiful mountain. 

This leper colony was quite possibly the most peaceful place I've ever been to in my life, and at the foot of this beautiful mountain. 

Awesome statue with an awesome view. 

Awesome statue with an awesome view. 

This particular man, though blind, remembered John by his voice from a previous visit. So cool!

This particular man, though blind, remembered John by his voice from a previous visit. So cool!

Visiting the kids in the slums was one of my favorite stops. Some of the sweetest children ever. 

Visiting the kids in the slums was one of my favorite stops. Some of the sweetest children ever. 

Krupa Home for the Aged offers community and provision to about 32 women who have been abandoned or disowned by their families.

Krupa Home for the Aged offers community and provision to about 32 women who have been abandoned or disowned by their families.

A big ol' well. 

A big ol' well. 

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All in all, it was an incredible experience and I cannot wait to go back. 

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