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... is obvious and the flavour for us was a little strange but as it is a very traditional Punjab snack we absolutely were not going to miss it. It was good fun and I think for them it was like when we watch the dog eat space dust. Very amusing. The name comes from the sound you make when you eat it.
Watch the video here http://youtu.be/aIbQbX-w9FM
We took time out on our last day to visit the Rock Garden. Trip Advisor claims it is the number one ...
... age group. 'Playing Holi' means literally throwing color at each other or putting the powder into somebody’s face while saying ‘Happy Holi’. Holi colors generally come in form of powders, which are packed in little plastic bags. However, there are also color sprays and gels. Surya’s parents bought me organic colors, which are supposed to be less harmful for your skin. However, the idea of having a safe color was soon ...
... to the far end of the boulevard, took a deep breath and launched ourselves into the mayhem. We were heading for the spice market - the largest in Asia. I had read about a stairwell which leads to an upper floor allowing for a view of the market below. In reality, the spice merchants positioned themselves around the streets facing out from the marketplace. And instantly, upon arriving we were assaulted with the pungent smells of every kind of spice- one indistinguishable from ...
... began only to hit Delhi on the coldest day for 44 years! As I write this it is 2c but picking up. Dinner in the Chor Bizarre Resaturant - very busy as they have a tour in and hit the sack early after pondering how much of Delhi we can get done in a day using a combo of tuk tuks and cycle rickshaws with a lot of walking (Niamh not too keen on the latter). We will report how we get on later.
... A fellow eavesdropping, leaned in and said knowingly; "An arranged marriage.” “Yes”, Huda confirmed “My parents and his parents arranged our marriage. It still is very common here in India". They had not even seen each other until the wedding day!
We later learned that more than half of Hindu weddings are arranged and one person put the figure at 70%. When we were in McLeod, we heard a LOUD wedding ...