Hotel Grand Plaza
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Anyway, she sat right down in the temple in the kitchen and rolled Chipatis with the locals, so I did too! The guy had to tap me on the shoulder and wave his finger at me in dissent. I realized I was rolling the dough like I was making a batch of perogies. I really do make a good Perogy, perhaps Chipatis requires more ardent training. I think India would enjoy a little Uke though.
We then went to a Muslim ...
... camels are unpacked, hobbled and sent out to find their
own lunch (I know Ali is hungry because for the last hour he has been
grabbing mouthfulls of any vegetation that comes within reach, yanking the
lead through my rope-burned hands as he stretches his long neck to the
14. Watch Pusa and Maloo convert a small pile of sticks, a plastic bag of
vegetables, some lentils, wheat flour and water into a meal fit for a raja. It is ...
... to the arabica bean. I think it's the sugar. Let's face it, refined sugar is basically legal crack. There's so much sugar in chai it makes Coca Cola taste savoury by comparison. Now I've stopped thinking of it as actual tea on account of the stupid amounts of milk I could definitely get used to punctuating my day with little shots of sugary tit leakage.
... so ever! Every country has rude people granted but this place breaks all records! Try standing in a que and have men, women and children just push past you as if you don't exist...I never once got used to it. Another head scratcher about this country is the contrast between ridiculous wealth and shocking poverty which are both on the same street. It was always sad for us to see the poverty but what maybe was sadder was the fact that we got used to ...
Our train from Agra to Delhi was delayed by around 40 minutes so we had a wait of about an hour at the delightful train station. We bumped into our American friend Michael again too, so we all kept each other company until the train arrived. The hour passed by relatively quickly because we were watching people jump on and off moving trains/ crossing the tracks and squealing about rats on the platform. We were ...