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... with breakfast, so Deepak organised us into washing potatoes, which were then boiled before being handed over to us to peel. After doing a few, we all agreed that the best way forward was to fry them skin-on, so set about doing this, as well as washing and boiling some freshly picked spinach to eat with puffed rice. Somehow taking over duty of the spinach, we managed to cook it in a revolutionary new way that involved wilting it over a small amount of water. Deepak ...
... than by rail. This is fine until we hit the area where the landslide happened. Here we visit the Locomotive works which maintained all the engines, carriages and trucks on the railway. The landslide took away the ground only 20 feet from the back of the works!!!! I sure would have run.
It’s there just as it was. Some people work there: doing what, I have no idea as nothing can get in and nothing ...
... texture to rice pudding. As we order our food, he sips from cup with a cheeky grin and glint in his eye, and the feint waft of fermented yeast passes by – hmmmmm!
After breakfast, we’re off, on the way through the rest of the village (all 5 houses of it) we bump into Boort, who stayed in another less hospitable/comfortable tea house for the same cost as ours. This coupled with the fact that for long periods of the previous day his guide left him to fend ...
... we couldn’t sing along as the carols were in Tibetan or was it Nepalese? As we looked around the square we could see a massive mixture of cultures; Indian, Tibetan, Nepalese and Chinese all enjoying the music and the Christmas atmosphere together.
We headed over to the Frank Ross Cafe where Chris enjoyed a masala dosa and Annabelle had a soup and pizza before heading back to the main square. When we ...