During the tsunami 300,000+ lay dead in the streets. I went with a group called the Volunteer Minsters from the church of Scientology. I found this group to be amazing and the amout of help we gave the people was estounding. Heard bad things about Scientology but after working with these guys I'm covinced that it was all BS. South Park Right? While I was in india I got deathly sick. We were in some very poor areas and disease was rampent. Luckly I had brought some of Doc Shillingtons Total tonic and Echinacea. I got over in a few hours a bug that was killing people left and right. So lucky. Got to watch out in places like rurel India. After two months of helping with the devestaion of the tsunami, I jumped a plane to Africa. I loved Africa but the people were not nice like the Indians. Everyone I met was racist which was crazy to me being brought up in the states. I have several black friends back in the USA so I thought nothing of shaking a blacks hand or treating him like an equal. I got yelled at by whites who said I was a caver lover and blacks would glare at me like they would like nothing beter then to gut me. The News papers and TV was full of racist paparazzi and the whites live in self created prisons. Electric fences suround homes and the cars we drove had to have a clutch lock. The animals were beutiful, as were the strange plants but I could not stay in Africa any longer. I ended up putting $900 on a CC to get out. I would not recomend going unless you're looking for a reality agustment. India was amazing and everyone should have the experince. The people are so happy and they're hungry but grow our food. I would recomend Doc's products for both Poison Ivy and Plague. His small company 'Organic Solutions' has saved my life several times and I think every traveler should look into this esp. if your going to the beautiful 3rd world countries. Also... Swimming in the Indian Ocean is a blast until you feel that sand paper on your leg. Lots of sharks.