When you travel to India, you know you’re gonna be in for an adventure — which is exactly why you go.
I spent a few weekends in India, including one on a house boat on Dal Lake in Kashmir.
I also spent time in Dharmsala, home of the Dalai Lama, located in the north of India.
In Pushkar, a small village in the Rajasthan region of India, many of the Indian store owners can speak Hebrew, because of all of the Israeli travelers. Among the typical hustle and bustle you find thousands of colorful saris, cows walking down the street, camels, vendors selling their wares and more. You also see many cafés featuring falafel and shakshuka on their menus and Hebrew writing all over. The popular Indian name, Shimesh, is changed to “Shemesh” to accommodate the Israelis as well.
I got to sample some tasty and inspiring food!