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... us all. Apart from the bread and the rice. Oh and the curd thing which held no interest for me anyway.
But this potato and cauliflower and the masala paste. This is what I can't ******* wait to try! The paste is basically made from ginger, chillis and garlic. She probably pounds the **** out of it with a pestle and mortar but Tarrant owns enough blenders to make enough soup for ...
... started diagnosing issues that he claimed to be able to remedy. It felt like he was pulling out his very best voodoo... Just a little spooky. Unfortunately we only had time to eat and grab our bags before jumping on the next night train... Maybe next time.
The thing I have appreciated most is that we’ve been able to withdraw from the constant high pressure selling that goes on wherever you walk. Sometimes it’s just nice to take it all in.
... lift by trying to fit too many people! Needless to say, this was not the best part of the day and things rapidly improved after we left the hotel. After breakfast, we jumped into a couple of rickshaws and rode into the main square. It was all beautifully decorated with fairy lights and yellow material for the Navratri festival. After a quick orientation walk, we went to visit a local artist, who told us about his work, showed us some traditional painting and ...
... buy them cheap from the stall holders and they the get used for their vegetable dyes for fabrics. Nothing goes to waste here. I was surprised to find them selling cow/animal feed and it's not terribly expensive. I was surprised because in the towns the only things I have seen cows eat is plastic !
Colour, noise and smell hit you from every side. Cooking oils, perfume oils, engine oil in abundance. I can now see why I got lost yesterday, it was a labyrinth, a hot ...
... laundry at lakeside, tiny shrines tucked into walls, cows wandering the streets, sleeping dogs, a funeral procession with pallbearers carrying the colorfully dressed body over their heads on an open stretcher, beggars with empty bowls sitting at the sides of the streets. People went about their lives and had no interest in us.
Overall, it was a mellow place. It would be easy to spend more time here!