This entry could be sub-titled ‘when life is so busy that you haven’t even got time to write about it’.
On Saturday and Sunday, over forty-five eager-to-learn men and women, boys and girls assembled in the castle for an intensive cookery event.
A couple of Gopis prepare the dough for chapatis.
At the inaugural get-to-know session it became clear that this was a truly international event. Our participants came from such diverse places as Israel, Croatia, Macedonia, Holland, Belgium, Venezuela, Baltimore, Canada, North Carolina, Ireland, Republic of Suriname, Brazil, Belgium, Bosnia & Herzegovina, and St Vincent (look THAT one up on your atlas).
Pointing out some of the finer points of gulab jamun making.
We finally sit down together on the steps of the Château.
I’ve only been two weeks on the road, but it feels like two months. Such is the nature of relative time. Three-and-a-half weeks to go!
Posted by Kurma on 4/7/05; 3:50:33 PM from the Travel dept.