On the weekdays, we would wake up at around 8 am and go to the hospital or our placement for the day (orphanage, community center, etc). We got to do really amazing things in our placements, my favourites being giving basic health checkups (blood pressure, blood glucose and wound cleaning) to the homeless, as well as sitting in on surgeries. I was super lucky because I got to see two deviated septum surgeries and one hysterectomy. I would never even get close to an OR as a high school student in Canada, so those were opportunities I cherished and that gave me a deep insight into the life and duties of doctors. Sometimes we would have workshops, like bandaging, inserting IVs, or CPR.
We'd be at our morning placements for 2-3 hours before heading to lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, we'd head to one or two other placements or activities, like a museum visit or the ambulance call center. Depending on the day and how busy the morning had been, we might take a break for an hour or two back at the hotel (but this was usually on weekends) before heading out for dinner.
After dinner, we generally had free time until lights-out, which was around 10 pm. We had a few later nights with ambulance calls; I think my latest one was 2 am, but I know one of my friend's went till 8 am the next morning. If you're not a morning person, you can opt-out of the night shift.
The weekends were filled with cultural activities like watching traditional performances, visiting the countryside, or doing karaoke (which was so fun! Everyone was happy to dance and sing, and we all had a blast). All the activities were done as a group, which made it really easy to get to know everyone.