My teaching partner and I were assigned YRCs, one urban and one rural. Our urban YRC, Roshni, was located in the Muslim area of the city and had a particular focus on gender equality and womens' rights. It was run by an all-female team of youth mentors who still managed to smile, regardless of the awful inequality and abuse they faced.
We travelled four hours by train once every few weeks to visit Swapno and teach the several different clusters, staying in the Youth Mentors' home and experience, what I really think to be, the real India (or a Bush-Tucker trial - eating leaves and drinking freshly-milked goats milk included).
We had our weekends off to spend as we may - whether that be travelling to different cities, visiting the one of the other Suas groups in the Sundarbans, or making ourselves know at the local nightclub..