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... we were arguing over a few pounds, the number of rupees making it seem a big deal, though the principle was sound. And of course it's a veggie heaven with vegetable dishes outnumbering the meat ones three to one.
We spent Diwali just outside Jaiselmer, staying in an a desert hotel with uncannily verdant grounds. All evening very modest fireworks were seen in the distance. A slightly grander display was hosted by the hotel but we had expected the festival to be ...
boys: find a job and take care of your parents. Ok but I digress a little…Liz’s
visit and…the first time traveling by train.
Its always good to share your first traveling experience with
a seasoned wonderer. My good friend North, another Marathi student, was our
tour guide. Not only is her Marathi
marvelous but so is her Hindi. Hailing from Ontario she has a knack for
languages and Liz and I were very grateful ...
... neither of which are true. I am talking about hand made craft, art, jewellery and textile shops here, not bazaar type shops. I just want to look, ask the price now and again to see how remotely viable it is but it's not easy and ****** me off sometimes. You hear 'no, not expensive, you tourist' a lot, and I agree it's not expensive if you are in the market for a wall hanging and you have enough baggage allowance (which is **** on internal flights) but for a 'souvenir' just cos ...
... exercises. One puppy followed me around and barked at any others that tried to steal my attention. The dogs are treated for various injuries and disease including broken legs and mange but there is also a comprehensive sterilisation and rabies inoculation programme to help control the population and spread of disease respectively. Blindness is also a common problem amongst the dogs so they live a much safer life at the centre. The dogs are joined by ...
... ate it, along with the raita. They were both served to us on the same plate, but I’m pretty sure we were meant to eat them separately, although I’m not entirely sure. Either way both were absolutely delicious. Following these we made a lassi. This was yoghurt based, with saffron and I can’t remember what else, served with nuts and fruit and a lump of solidified ghee. I did not like it. I think I don’t like saffron but I’m not ...