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... round hair pin bends, blind
over taking and start stop breaking. He really was a madman. The heartbreaking
moment of the day, when Dons told me we should make the return trip by
train…not sure when I am gonna tell her there is no train! The funny moment of
the day: Dons told me that if she had to take that trip again she would take a
tranquilizer and cable tie herself to the seats so as not to be rolled around
the bus in her unconscious ...
... tin, place contents in a microwave proof bowl and heat on full power for three minutes" to actually chopping ingredients and using more than one hob at a time. I love the idea of buying everything I need from the actual spice region of India, but I like the idea of then having to cart the ******* things around India and then Nepal for the next six to nine months a lot less. I already have a package the size of ...
... it to the tea factory that we had spied in the hazy distance from the mountain top. It was RS100 to get in and only the French girls could be bothered paying for it. So we sat outside drinking the tea our guide arranged for us. The whole area reeked of tea. The Jeep took us back into town where we stopped at the Saravana Bhavan and had another meal. This time we had the “special” thali. It was actually way better than the one the day ...
... that the British were the ones who had the land cleared and started the first tea plantation. They eventually turned it over to the Indians, but without the British foresight, who knew what would have become of the land.
The tour took us to a couple of dams, a flower garden, (most of the plants we saw are the same ones Fern grows back home). A silly stop was at a place called echo point, where bus loads of Indians walk down to the lake and ...
... and all things western is alarming. I have so many mixed feelings about it. But at the first gathering, for a wedding ceremony which I am going to today, the groom invites the whole village (around 800 people) to his house for a beef curry. We were treated like royalty when we arrived. And the children were mesmerised and completely adorable. Anyway, needless to say I did not have the curry! But they bought me banana ...