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... 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 ...
... we’d completed nearly all of the work. That was; ‘in the knowledge’ however… It isn’t difficult to imagine to being told by the Head Teacher that, despite hours of washing off oil paint and packing away equipment, he desires a new coat of white paint on the porch. Great…
I won’t ever forget the afternoon celebration with the school. It began with us, (the world challenge team,) sat in a circle eating lunch. ...
... lovely each evening. For the first 2 days we covered the english teachers lessons as she was out of school now we have our own classes which occur before and after the school day. We are judges for the day this Saturday for the schools dance competition which should b a giggle. We are here for 5 weeks now, then plan to hire a motorbike and ride over the Highest motorable road in the world to leh where we will be joined by some of my family :-) Thats the plan ...
... that. Once they actually talk to me and realize what a gonk I am they are less keen, but it is a nice gesture all the same. We have thus far been invited into the local bank manager's office for a chat, and were also cornered by a lab technician at the Science Centre we visited who proceeded to show us the contents of his wallet, including his driving license and, more boringly, his library card. He also showed us his money and was telling us who was on it (if you aren’t ...
The Excellent Adventures of the Royal Enfield Studds – part 17
September 19th 2012: Manali
Strung across the curtainless window, the tarp blocked the sun's early morning rays and bathed the room in a vivid, electric orange glow. We woke up famished and went for breakfast but a communication breakdown somehow resulted in me receiving 2 orders instead of one. No problem; 4 boiled eggs and toast with coffee still only cost IR 110 ...