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... to sweat and your sinuses to empty into an entire box of tissues has ruined me for the subtle spices of Indian food actually in India. Either that or I'm just not choosing the spicy foods off the menu. The food is delicious though, I'm not complaining. I'm loving paneer which is some manner of soft cheese that doesn't actually taste like cheese. They refer ...
... is lovely and it should be for £8 a night, here that is very expensive so me and Niomi were hoping for luxury. It is quite nice to be fair but still Indian standards, so for example when you turn the tap it just falls off. We headed out for a walk around the town with Alex and David as our guides as they have been here before. The town is split into two halves by the river and is joined by two bridges either end of the town. The stench from either the ...
... taking a bath in the freezing water! On the drive back to the hotel, the manager stopped at the market to pick up fresh vegetables to cook me dinner. I had arranged to get a ride again with the manager to Mansa Devi Temple in the morning. Two other Indian hotel guests jumped in, to get a lift to Har-ki Pairi Ghat. I thought I would just get dropped off at the site, but the manager actually walked me to the temple to guide me around. The cable car was closed for repairs, so ...
I'll be departing the San Francisco Int. Airport one AM Monday morning for New Delhi India. After a grueling 24 hour flight arriving in New Delhi, it's a brief 6 hour jaunt by taxi into Rishikesh, arguably the Yoga capital of the world.
India has been described to me as an all out unbrideld assault on your senses, particularly your senses ...
... Anyway back to my journey. I make it to the check in with 5 mins to spare for the 6am flight, so I try to jump on that, but they won't let me and make me wait. Then the flight is 2 hrs delayed at Mumbai to Delhi. But this is ok. Nice indian people to speak to and learn more about India and hear about places I have never heard of.
When I go through he body scanner bit and hand luggage gets checked again - a lady pulls me to one side - ...