September 20, 2011

Bhel Puri Stall

Road side chaat stall which is very common in India, "Chaat" is a term describing savoury snacks, its derived from Hindi word Chat which means tasting a delicacy.  Strangely chaat is more tastier at these road side stall than the hotels/restaurants.  Some of the specialities are Pani Puri, Dahi Puri, Masala Puri, Bhel Puri, Papdi chat, Aloo Chat etc. 

September 12, 2011

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Many of you asked if this place was flooded and why is the boat so low, No this place was not flooded, this man accompanied by his kid was transporting bricks to a nearby construction site. Boat was low probably because of the weight of the bricks.  This photo was shot in Alleppy, waterway is the main means of transport here. Alleppy is called as "Venice of India."

View More photos from this place here.

Here are some of your Captions/Comments:
Heart to heart. Man to man – lisa
Son, you are not baling fast enough..! – Jackie
Dad, next time can we get a boat thats a bit shorter, but not as close to the water please? - Stewart M
Ummm... Dad, are we sinking? – Vicki / Dad, are we sinking? - Kim, USA
Don't rock the boat, don't rock the boat baby – Mallory
Powered by one and a half men – 2sweetnsaxy
Dad, can't we stop and ask directions now? – Stacia
Is it just me, or is the water level getting higher? - Red Nomad OZ
Dad! My science teacher taught me that if you put too much weight on one end of a scale, it tips! Does that apply to boats? - Gemma Wiseman
All are needed by each one. Nothing is fair or good alone - hip-chick