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... is obvious and the flavour for us was a little strange but as it is a very traditional Punjab snack we absolutely were not going to miss it. It was good fun and I think for them it was like when we watch the dog eat space dust. Very amusing. The name comes from the sound you make when you eat it.
Watch the video here http://youtu.be/aIbQbX-w9FM
We took time out on our last day to visit the Rock Garden. Trip Advisor claims it is the number one ...
... traffic chaos, people everywhere queuing or talking. There are even public bars here doing a brisk trade. First stop is a Catholic run orphanage for young children. Jijo has some connection with this place and I assume it is sponsored in some way by his parish church. There are three Indian nuns running this place and they look after twenty one young children, mostly girls but there are three or four young boys here. The ages seem to range from four up to ...
... dinner at one of the many sea facing restaurants called the "Rock and Roll Cafe" where we could pick out our own fish to be cooked. They played Bob Marley constantly which I'm not sure qualifies as "Rock and Roll" but who doesn't love a bit of Marley? Especially as I was dressed for the occasion in my patterned Ali Baba trousers!
On our 3rd night we had a lovely dinner at a restaurant specialising in Italian food. Most of the restaurants on ...
... furnished coupés can be scheduled and added to regular trains too.
-We booked the Himalayan Queen at 10.30 AM. It is not fancy but it runs in the daylight!
-The 95 km rail line opened in 1903 and has 102 tunnels, 8% of total length, and is considered a narrow gauge (2 ft 6 in width (762 mm)) engineering feat.
- The line starts at Shimla station (2076m / 6811ft) nestled in a dense forest of deodor and pine ...
... the millions of indians STOOD on the beach, apparently lying down or sitting on the beach is a foreign idea!! I was a little irritated when people were secretly taking picture's and filming us... mudge had a nightmare trying to get changed and went swimming in a sarong over her bathers, not very relaxing at all!! Another interesting day tho and definitly a unique experience as we barely saw any other travellers.
We were split up on the ferry ...