Sunday, February 17, 2013

Day 1: Travel to India

Day 1: Travel to India!

California Agricultural Leadership Program, Class 42 is on our way to India for our international travel seminar.  This seminar will include numerous stops in Northern India and Nepal.  The entire group convened in San Francisco and departed Friday afternoon for a 10 hour flight to Amsterdam.  After a short layover we boarded our flight to Delhi, India arriving in the early hours of Sunday Morning.

Approximately 8,000 miles later, Class 42 has risen  to the occasion and is excited to experience the sights, sounds and aromas of a complex world that will be a meaningful journey for each of us.

We are fortunate to be accompanied by Mr. Bob Gray, Drs. Charles Boyer, Bob Flores, and Michael Thomas. We're especially thankful to have the experience and knowledge of AgLeadership Alumni, Karm Baines to lead us to opportunities unimaginable without him.

Be sure to follow our journey closely as we update with our experiences, thoughts and photos along the way!

Written by presiding fellows Anne Coates, Ara Azhderian, and Joe Ange


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