The Viceroy Comforts
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... center parting of a Hindu woman's hair signifies that she is married.
Like almost all markets we've visited, there is no cold storage for perishables. Everything being sold is fresh and either sold that day or tossed. From my readings, there is a tremendous amount of food loss/waste at Indian markets because they have no long term storage facilities.
Because Mysore has ...
... et je suis toute seule. Allez je vous raconte !
Tout d’abord il a fallu dire au revoir à Chloé. C’est grâce à elle que je me sens prête pour entreprendre ce grand trajet toute seule. Elle m’a fait une très bonne introduction de l’Inde. J’ai pris un taxi pour aller jusqu’à la station de bus car il venait de déposer des gens là où j’étais du coup il m’a fait un bon prix. En me posant, le chauffeur m’a dit « ...
We arrived in Bangalore and were picked up by our new driver, his name is David so I am hoping that I do not forget his name. David will be our driver for the next 2 weeks. That means he needs to be available 24/7 if we want to go anywhere. Bangalore is a very modern city. You see women driving here and we saw several girls wearing shorts and a couple of mixed race couples on the street. Our hotel was a typical ...
... for bindi dots) were on offer. It was a most wonderful sight and smell! Especially in the rows of stalls where tons (!) of flower garlands were sold. We'd never seen so many flower petals before and the colorful stacks were just amazing! Then, just a couple of meters away was the meat and fish market, where our senses were shocked just as intensely by an awful sight and horrible stench. As usual in India, the most fantastic and horrible things can be seen so close together and ...
... shops. We got MB to drop us off at the flower market that was nearby to our hotel. Flowers are big business in India, and for a change this market smelt nice.
We caught the 3.45pm train back to Bangalore so that we could then take a connecting train to Hampi. Another strange train trip. Four of us shared a compartment with four Indians who were really nice and very chatty, one of them insisted on buying coffee for us all. Anyway ...