I am an Environmental Engineering Technology student in my senior year. I went on the India Study Abroad trip with no knowledge of India or their culture. I was amazed throughout the trip. It was crazy to see farm animals grazing the streets of a city of 10 million people. The country had an organized chaos that still makes me wonder how it works. Everyone we came in contact with was excited to meet us and ask us questions about our country and things as simple as what our names are. The trip also opened my eyes to how varying agriculture can be. Some farmers have modern combines, and others cut their grain by hand, travel it by ox cart to the road, and lay it out on the road to be run over by vehicular traffic for threshing. We toured a dairy farm, which was in the middle of a small village, where they milked a total of 15 cows. I have made many new friends and this trip has created a lifetime of memories.