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... are coming, it is quite easy to step in front of one, especially when they decide to use the sidewalk, I am not trying to be American, the app that I use to write the blog does not allow certain English, English words or spellings and changes them. The entire complex is dedicated to the research and breeding of Giant and Red Pandas, there are no other animals, it is not a zoo other than its general appearance. The park had long sweeping walks ...
... butter, and salt. Tsampa can also be mixed with butter-tea, butter, or ground pieces of brick tea. When mixed with butter, it is most often formed into a flat shape, sort of a thick pie ready for serving. Made this way or into a ball, tsampa is a type of convenience foods for monks and others. Tsampa balls are often made mixing nas flour with melted butter (crispy oil), cheese powder, and sugar. They can but do not need to include hot butter-tea. These balls are ...
... But as you can see from the photos they were still majorly cute. My personal
favourite was the teenagers (~1-2 yrs old) who all fought for the food we were giving
them – Even to the extent where they would open each other’s mouths and try and
eat the food out of them!
In the evening wehad a 'dumpling party' at the hostel. We had a competetion to create the best looking dumpling. I nabbed second place with an ...
... The construction boom is still in full effect here and I am not exaggerating- no matter where you look you can see a crane in some direction. This is especially true outside the city as it continues to expand. New buildings are going up everywhere and they have done a good job laying out the infrastructure to handle the sprawl- at least from what I have seen.
Its about 7 pm and 4 of us are heading to ...
... Yea for vegetarianism! Well, honestly I can't really call myself a vegetarian because my main concern is not wasting food and then secondly reducing meat consumption and production. If there's meat left over that no one will eat, I'll eat it. Wasting food is the worse. I've heard some interesting names for people like me: dirty vegetarian and vegetable-preferred. There are about a handfull of Indians ...