If you ever find yourself without cutlery… here’s a little help on how to use your hands.
It’s not the first thing that comes to mind when you say the word trek, but hiking up and down mountainsides can deliver you to the doorsteps of some of the best local food a region has to offer.
If you’re on the move and are longing for a menu that has vegan options other than fruit salad**, then head over to Rishikesh in Northwest India.
Mussorrie’s Lovely Omelette Centre is cosy, cheap and definitely worth a visit if you’re in the region.
There are a number of street vendors and stalls in India, selling snacks in all shapes and sizes. Here are some of the most popular ones we have tried so far.
Ok, this wasn’t the most authentic Indian food we had during our time in India but it was so bloody delicious that I can’t not mention it – Saraya Art Cafe I love you!
Indians do like their alcohol (whiskey and beer are the favourites) even if it’s sometimes near impossible to get hold of.
A taste of South Indian
I don’t know what was happening the night we got to Alleppey, but the there was a mad chaos of a festival down all the streets as soon as we left the house.