Hotel The Sojourn
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... bread found in Southern India.
· Tandoori breads: Rotis, naans, cheese naan, kulchas, garlic naans...mmm, yum!
· Gulub Jamun: An Indian desert (doughnut style fried dough ball soaked in sugary rose scented syrup).
· Curry: Indian curries are amazing, especially if they are spicy. They are very different to curries at home. More often than not, the ...
Wir machen uns nun also ein zweites mal auf um Zugtickets
zu kaufen und dieses mal klappt auch (fast) alles. Wir bekommen keine Tickets
mehr fuer den gleichen Tag, aber fuer den Tag darauf.
Als wir die Tickets in der Tasche haben, machen wir uns
abermals auf zum Shop von Shaids Onkel. “Brueder” sind alle, die Shaid umgeben
– was wir aber erst heute verstehen ist, dass Shakil und ein weiterer Onkel,
tatsaechlich Onkel sind, ...
... at such an extraordinary level, as it shows us how far we need to excel to be a performer in this highly developed art form. Day by day we work on the various aspects of this music and Gurujee guides our learning and practicing with endless amounts of great knowledge, wisdom and experience.
Other than our regular daily practice we had one concert performance planned in the month of December. We were ...
... 8217;s and over time exacerbated by conflicts in the region and the British movement of the capital to Delhi.
Kolkata had recently experienced a partial resurgence as new ‘free business practices’ employed by the local government had been successful in increasing commercialisation.
This had simultaneously brought yet more poor to the area in search of a living and just as many wealthy Indians ...
... and 4pm 6th December due to the muslim Moharram Festival. We had dinner (a farewell one for Oz Jenny) in the Ontrack restaurant, eating in a former steam train carriage. The food was good (I had Indian!) and service fast, but they did not sell alcohol. We went to a bottle shop for beer, and the restaurant charged us 'candle money' (ie corkage) of 75 Rupees each, on top of the 70 Rupees we paid for each beer. Today marks the three-quarter point of my year's travel.