Final lunch with the boys and Bakul, the manager of the accommodation.
I had the privilege to be accompanied by 8 of the most inspiring, genuine, funny people I've ever met. Whenever the going got tough you always knew that these guys would be there to help you through it.
Us on Independence Day wearing Saris and Panjabis, traditional Indian clothing,
Another thing that makes the Sundarbans so unique is the sense of community. The place is so small that after a while you really get to know the people living in the village. We became great friends with Badsha, our chai man, and Dabo our egg-roll man. Going for a chai in the evenings became the Sundarbans equivalent to going for a few pints at home. It was a great opportunity to catch up with the team after the day and share our stories.