“Hay if for horses, grass is for cows. Milk is for babies and not for fat ladies.” Have you ever heard this? I’ve never taken it to heart. I love milk. I try to drink it every day. It used to be, I was reticent to drink it while I was traveling, but not anymore. I think it’s pretty safe everywhere, or I’ve just accustomed my stomach to strange foods and drinks..not sure which. I do love seeing the milkman delivering his goods. It’s just such a peaceful and green idea.
Tea is another one of those things I love. Just like salt, if there are tea fields, a tea shop, or other tea stuff…I try to find it. This lady diligently worked and worked picking the tender green shoots as I shot her in Kerala, India.
Getting a little peckish on our way into a Keralan town, we passed many of these mouth-wateringly fresh chips. We couldn’t help but by some, and boy were we more than a little surprised that they were not potatoes….but bananas. I have to say, more savory than sweet, they were absolutely scrumptious. Try them if you get the opportunity!
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Jim and I are an American married couple who have had the opportunity to live all over the world thanks to our work. We are both teachers, and currently we're working in Schweinfurt, Germany where we plan to stay for the next few years. Continue reading... Follow @corinnevail