Eat in India..
IF you’re looking for a nice brew, a cuppa, a chai or any kind of hot water infused with tea, Asia has you covered. Not only were there enough British colonies in this part of the world to have brought their national drink with them long enough to make it stick, but other Asian nations have a long, long history with the beverage as well, and their own variations. Let’s take a look.
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Eating anywhere abroad can be a bit of an ordeal for the gut and the taste buds, but nowhere more so than in India. While there are plenty of dishes you’ll love here, unfortunately–and I won’t beat about the bush–some can set your stomach and bowels on edge also. I’ve just had a dose of…>
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EVEN if you’ve done your research, seen the movie ‘City of Joy’ or know of Mother Teresa’s work; being in Kolkata defies description. It’s a mass of humanity, limbless bodies, hacking taxi drivers, overwhelming traffic and rubbish piles. But there’s also much beauty here and this is largely thanks to Kolkata’s inhabitants. Bengali people have…>
DOSAS, idlis, roti, chai, lassi, samosas, gulab jamins – there are just so many fantastic things to eat in India and once you can get your mouth around the names you can also try getting your mouth around the food too. While a full meal won’t exactly break the rupee bank, tucking into the more…>
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