Travel Blogs from Kullu
... Indian 'horror stories' scare me! We talk of respect, religion and people and apparently how even Buddhists can be corrupt! In the midst of our conversation I come out with 'Before and/or after any religion, people are still just human!' and the internet guy shouts out in agreement, shaking my hand and laughing, 'YOu're sooo right', he shouts!
I retire to my bed at the 'bedtime' of 10pm at my monastery guesthouse! Tomorrow awaits!
... 1090; тут в аренд 86;ванно& #1084; доме за "копей 082;и". Я лично ехала с надеж 76;ой выясн 80;ть кучу практ ...
... Cumin seeds
½ Tsp ginger paste (fresh ground ginger)
½ Teaspoon garlic paste (fresh ground garlic)
1 tsp turmeric
1 tsp fenugreek leaves
1 tblsp garam masala
1 ½ tsp salt
3 Cups milk
4 Tbsp Butter
1. Coarsely chop onion and boil for approximately 10 minutes.
2. Coarsely chop tomato and place in ...
... or as a part of some trekking group, camping in kasol.
Anyways we reached kasol at around 10 in the morning and decided to have breakfast at moon dance cafe. the food was good and when the guy at the cafe came to collect the bill, yours truly had the audacity to ask him directly "bhaiya, yahan maal kahan se milega?" (where can i get weed?). the answer was shocking "yahan kasol mein to kahan hi milega aapko" (its difficult to find any in kasol)!! i ...
... down whereas a few moments ago it was sunny!).
Now to mention the personalities within the group: Janey and Marie, about my age, are highly entertaining as they will go into giggling fits over seemingly nothing; Andy and Eimear are an easy-going couple, again about my age, who will chat with you about anything and everything, particularly either about places they've travelled, or TV and films from now or ...