Category India

A Japanese Restaurant Makes Homemade Miso in Dharamsala

I had the worst tummy trouble in Dharamsala, India since we started traveling one year ago. I was in bed for a week in the two weeks of the whole stay in Dharamsala. I have heard from some terrible experience from one of my travel friends that she had carried diarrhea for eight months! I […]

Meeting up with Miso Girls in India!

It was very nice to see Japanese people here in India. These twin sisters who we met for the first time were lovely interesting people. They work for different Japanese companies in near New Delhi. At the same time as they work, they are titled to be “Miso Girls” in their private lives. Who are […]

Tibetan Food in Dharamsala

I went to Dharamsala, where there is the Tibetan government in exile since 1954. The Tibetan population who has fled to Dharamsala is over hundred thousands since then. Nowadays, there are many Tibetan people who were born in Dharamsala, and accordingly there are increasing Tibetan 2nd or 3rd generation in India. . They happened to […]

My Favorite Coconuts Dish in India

India is going mad. The daytime temperature sometimes exceeds 40℃. Still, there are those Indian men who ride a cycle ricksha, pushing a wheelbarrow to deliver or sell something in this hot weather. On the other hand, I get dizzy if I go outside on a daytime just to eat something even. This hot weather […]

Vegetable in India!

In North India, when you want to buy vegetable, you go to stalls or wheelbarrows. Isn’t this Sikhist’s shop owner so nice? I bought a carrot, a radish, some armenian cucumbers (snake cucumbers), bitter gourds, eggplants and mints. They costed 35 Rs for all. I also got a bottle of vinegar for 50 Rs to […]

Growing Distrust against India Post

Source: Ken’s blog on 8th March 2014 We have come to the conclusion that we are never going to use India Post again! What they have done to us was that terrible. All the inquiries that we have made with India Post have completely failed. Not even single parcel has arrived without any problem. This […]

Happy Shopping Souvenir in Bodhgaya

Source: Ken’s blog on March 7th 2014 Today’s posting is about our happy shopping at Bodhgaya. There is a Buddhism and Hindi souvenir shop which was opened in Feb, 2014 by our friend, Mr. Rakan. When we met Mr. Rakan for the first time, it was in front of Mahabodhi Temple. “Why don’t you come […]