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... 1 portions Joghurt (to compensate the hotness)
in the reference to meals I nevertheless already experienced some here in India, but such a thing me really ever did not pass! It is really a special experience. The meal is also so good, but sometime I cannot do no more. Friendly I know the helpful waiters abwimmeln, although these try again and again me mean after plate to fill. At the exit is the cash. I pay 2 € not completely. The variety, quality ...
It was a day to ourselves. The driver had taken us to a hotel that was close walking distance to a few tourist attractions and told us he would pick us up the next day 9am. I asked Jerra what we should do in this romantic Indian city, and she said, "lets sleep in." Now most people wouldn't be romanced by morning breath, crusty eyes and rooster tails but to Jerra and I that sounded like the best thing ever! You see in India, every hotel has paper thin walls because ...
... ridden roadway. It doesn't help that I'm still forgetting that they drive on the left side of the road. After crossing a narrow footbridge where women are doing the days laundry we arrive at our destination. The restaurant does a healthier version of Indian dishes (less ghee and cream) and uses local, sustainable, seasonal ingredients. Sounds a little hippyish but tastes great. We lay out on some cushions (for more hippie effect) and enjoy our meal. At the end ...
Leisurely breakfast outside on the grass with excellent coffee, a rarity in India, then off to town in the bus. Walked to the temple which had some very attractive carvings. Temple is dedicated to a local incarnation of Vishnu. Elderly Indians were in praying and singing, very pleasant. Then off to the gate of the Palace complex, where we met our guide. Off round the Palace, guide's English was excellent ...
... Eleven of twelve, Mr Fruit Loops, participated in the fun of cooking. A couple of Kingfisher beers did not hurt the festive edge [1,000]. Thereafter we ate what had been cooked--save for the somosas which were consumed early.
Most of the group went to the tailor place for late pick ups. Richard, Mark and Rupert had ...