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... which of course included a Canada station (beaver tails with Nutella and poutine)!! After the carnival was the holi, where the burial party and friends and family throw coloured powders at each other. This was definitely a sight to see and watch and looked like a lot of fun. I did not have white, so chose to be a spectator! Quiet remainder of the day today as we just had rehearsals and dinner. Need to rest up for the actual wedding tomorrow. We can't believe it's here ...
... and do it for you, which costs around ₹ 700-800. Ideally you want to wait as much as possible to let it try and stay on, however the minimum amount of time is around 2 hours. After the wash up, you should also put some palm oil to make it stay for longer.
Dress: For dress up; you can refer to my first day's entry about shopping for ...
Again it was about 9.30 when we both finally got up. I think we felt a little rough from the night before. We showered and packed ready for the night bus. Then headed to the gardens for a slow walk round. They were massive and we'd missed so much the afternoon before. Again we had are photo taken with several people. It's what being famous must feel like. After a leisurely stroll we headed back to ...
... 2 children,married couple. Housing building materials and styles of housing vary according climate economic standing,cultural,religious affiliations. Urban slums often stand in the shadow of high rise apartment buildings. People living in Slums live in shelters constructed from whatever materials can be found,often sheets of plastic or aluminum siding. Conditions are crowed,dangerous,and insecure,as these communities ...
... of samosas & veg pastries off the street) & have been drinking a cup of Chai (sweet milk tea) with at least every meal. At a local restaurant you get tea for rupees 5 (US$1 = 45 rupees) & curries for 35-50. Samosas off the street go for 5 ... can't beat it!
Speaking of food, a few favorites to date include Masala Dosa (a pancake filled with potatoes & onions that you dip into various sauces), Thali (rice & various ...