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... at 1.30. That was good, 15 minutes of extra sleep. The food was great, home style Indian cooking, hearty, healthy and filled with complexed flavors, vegetarian, of course. If only I can cook like this I truly wouldn't mind being a vegetarian. The conversation was a bit awkward. I don't know why I feel so nervous around these people. If occurred to me that they are so filled with the light of the Holy spirit, from their life long journey walking with the LORD that I feel so pale ...
... the residents in Kullu has not experienced in a long time. Finally after a long search we managed to hire a car with a driver which would drive us straight to Amritsar. We closed the deal at Rs 8000 and at that time money did not matter to us, we just wanted to get out safely. The journey to Amritsar took us 14 hours and we travelled approximately 400 Km. The journey getting out of Manali to Amritsar will definitely stay in our minds for a long ...
... place for some sushi then met the girls later on to head back to Bhagsu as we'd found a yoga school there. The class was 2 hours and one of the best ones I've every done. The guy knew his stuff, came round and stretched you further than you realised you could go and got us doing headstands and handstands. At one point he came up behind you, lifted you up and cracked your entire upper vertebrae in one movement! I would ...
... my curves""On the bend, go slow my friend""Drive on horse power, not run power""After whiskey, drive risky""Don't be a gama in the land of lama""This is not a rally, enjoy the valley" "Eager to last? Then why fast?"
This was the first introduction to the culture of the Ladakhe people. Caring, upfront, funny and sensible....
We arrived in Leh, the main town in the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir, a bit tired, but eager to get going the following ...
... To Ania's surprise, they did
macaroni cheese, which she ordered and devoured quickly as her stomach
is really struggling with curry every day.
We needed to use a computer to update our Iran part of this blog so we asked where we could find an Internet cafe.
The kind owner was generous enough to offer to loan us his laptop. It was running Linux software and was really rather good.
We sat for hours outside while ...