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... in spices . Ah it was so mouth watering, I'm going to try re create this when i get home. Already got loads if recipes I want to try out, but i already know i will never be able u get the authenticity. Our next destination would be back to the Hub - Delhi to head to Agra . By sleep coach! Much Love Han P.S I sat in a hammock for the first time , extremely comfy but extremely difficult to get out of . I'm sure I looked like a baby whale trying to get out of a net ...
... fish thali meals, or poortta with fried chicken. It is all cooked in coconut oil, but it doesn't smell as I had expected it to. We alway remember Zara and the discussions we had about the virtues of coconut oil to cook in, we must be getting much healthier here eating all this coconut oil. We usually do that for lunch and then eat at more up market restaurants at night, so that Mark can have a beer before dinner. We are really over having ...
... village, and past the end of the road - only headers, their dogs and lots of sheep were around for the rest of our 20-mile hike to basecamp.
As we hiked uphill, the shepherds and ...
... grunted at the appropriate moments. The driver told us that Manali was famous for its hash - something we were already excited about. He then asked Lewis if he smoked, "Sometimes" Lewis smiled, "Welcome to Manali!" the driver smiled producing a tiny lump of hash from his pocket and handing it to Lewis. We ended up spending a night in his over priced guesthouse which despite his promises had no electricity, hot water, or water in general for that ...
... we have encountered), then Krishna would inevitably have been left to pass away, from something as innocuous as falling off a bike and for lack of medical treatment that you and I would consider to be our right. I will never forget the gratitude I saw in the grandmother's face and in the way she clasped my hand when we gave her a pack of biscuits that we had bought in town to share with the children for 17 rupees, or for you and I, 21p. But that is the reality of how ...