1. Definitely no sweet stuff in our proper curries! However, there are people who say a pinch of sugar actually improves the taste.

  1. I love the photographs, especially the one of the clock! What a beautiful clock, I’d take that home with me on the way out lol! Great to see you back sis. As you know I love Indian food, and I really miss it. I went to an Indian restaurant in Cairo a few weeks back and I’ve been meaning to write about the experience, but like you wrote, the food overall wasn’t great, but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth writing about. Thanks for inspiring me and showing me the way x
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    1. Londoneya, that’s actually an old weighing scale. However, your comment made me look at it again and I realized that it does resemble a clock in a way!

      Please do write about that Indian restaurant. I wish you lived nearby so I could send you some home cooked authentic Indian meals.

      1. Oh! Haha! I’d still want to take it home! πŸ˜‰

        Aww, that’s such a tempting offer… *searching the internet for homes in Dubai* πŸ˜€

    1. Traditional Indian colors are gold and red. This was a choice made by the restaurant, but yes, it does look vibrant and fun!

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