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Old 03-13-2013, 10:35 AM   #1684
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Location: New Delhi - new 'home' for post RTW
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Originally Posted by DestinationUnknown View Post
Thanks for the RR. I started a couple of weeks ago and now have reached this page. It was like reading a book due to all the details you provided. Thanks again! Good luck in your future travels.
Glad you enjoyed the story. Working on putting it into a book.
Originally Posted by RoninMoto View Post
Glad you made it "Home" safely!
That curry looks amazing.

Originally Posted by Rider14 View Post
Congratulations on completing your trip. Good luck with the rest of your journeys and I think it's safe to say we are all looking forward to the remainder of your ride report.
- Dan (in Chicago)
Thanks, Dan. I'm working on the Mozambique photostories, but way too much happening right now. Slowly, but surely
Originally Posted by doug s. View Post
awesome! as soon as i saw that pic, i thought of the bombay bistro, a quite decent indian restaurant in rockville, md that serves thali's - both meat and wegetarian. it's not all you can eat, but you will have a hard time finishing one of their platters. if you ever happen to be in the dc area, it's my treat!
doug s.
Mmm, sounds like a plan
Originally Posted by rtwpaul View Post
great to see you home safe and sound...

Originally Posted by anja und holger View Post
So you've finished
Hope you have a good time and enjoy your home country.
Cheers from Germany
Hi Holger and Anja, yes, I've reached India but the ride isn't over yet. It ends when I reach Delhi, probably in June...
Originally Posted by pdedse View Post
My goodness, I was lucky enough to catch the beginning of your trip over three years ago...and now it has largely played itself out...except that it hasn't of course because I suspect that this trip will have a significant influence on you that you will appreciate over time. Well very Jammin done!
Thank you, Sir yup, this trip has definitely changed me... I dont think I can work for anyone else now I'll get to Delhi and then see what happens...
Originally Posted by eakins View Post
Having worked as a waiter for awhile in an Indian restaurant in Delaware i must say The head chef was a Punjabi named Mr Singh, so of course he used meat too (Northern Indian vrs Southern vegetarian). Those were a summer of amazing meals.
Sounds like a tasty gig Thalis here are such an economical meal. In a regular restaurant, a thali can be had for around $1.50 and you're stuffed
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