Everybody needs some bodhi January 18th 2006 I said what about breakfast at Tenzin's, which George agreed to. It was another tent restaurant along the same strip as Mohamed's, and seemed to have an almost identical menu. I suspect that most of these places are offering the same food, but if they're not in the guidebooks then no-one goes to them.
A summary of our round of temple spotting would say that the Tibetan and Thai temples were t ... read more
Asia » India » Bihar » Bodh Gaya The Indus Valley civilization, one of the oldest in the world, dates back at least 5,000 years. Aryan tribes from the northwest invaded about 1500 B.C.; their merger with the earlier Dravidian inhabitants created the classical Indian culture. Arab in... ... read more
I quit the rat race in 2005, after working as an IT project manager for over a decade. I then travelled around the world for 4 years, a period of my life which is covered by this blog. After finishing my trip, I wrote a book about my dissatisfaction with my career, my reasons for quitting my job, life as a first-time thirtysomething backpacker, and finally the lessons learned from being exposed to experiences and people that I would never have encountered if I'd stayed in my office. The book is called "Out Of Office Male" and is available at all the usual eBook outlets.
I took a ... full info