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... completed. And it was a learning experience for me to see the many accessories to be worn on a bride at her wedding.
Each day we started with Mama's fresh made Paranthas (a type of pancake filled with either cauliflower or potatoes and served with salted homemade yogurt) and ended with a late dinner at Auntie's with many types of lentils, breads, yogurt, beans, spinach, and desserts. I didn't eat meat for 4 full days and didn't miss it one bit. I got a ...
... she's buying food. “I don't want any ******* sambar!” “This is our stop!” ****.
Trying to stand up and the bus is like a fairground shaking shack, like the one at the end of Grease, only proper dangerous. I was so incredibly angry at all those poor people who were trying to sleep until they go to Delhi. I was dragging my bag out from underneath someone’s bed and shouting at the guy who was shouting at me when it dawned on me that I had ...
... very involved in the community. We then spent the night in a dormitory at an institute with a very long name where they did not have hot water. Yes, this two weeks revolved around hot water especially since India is getting chilly at this time of year. The next morning we explored the city, found some wifi, boarded a flight to Kolkata, slept in the airport, and then headed to Bangladesh early the next ...
... the sites!!! Ravinder wrote us a signed letter for the hotel manager.He then pulled out a large wad of folded paper with yet more comments from travellers, where he asked me to write. He then presented Jamie with apiece of orange turban cloth and again a photo was taken. Then out of a blue plastic bag he pulled out a cream block and asked for a photo of us again. He took a bite then asked me to, unsure of what I was putting in my mouth! It was a solid kind ...
... fairly wealthy and all of the shops in this area were pretty expensive, especially on a backpackers budget! We strolled around searching for a nice restaurant as the hunger was growing by the minute. We found it very hard to understand when we were unable to locate any form of restaurant amongst hundreds of shops. Chandigarh was going steadily down in our estimations as we had to resort to a second rate cafe for dinner; not what we were hoping for!
The next day we ...