■ INDIA, AHMEDABAD: Ever since I started sampling the Gujarati street food around Ahmedabad people have been telling me their favorite is actually Punjabi dishes. I've therefore long since wanted to put this to the test, but how? I don't know what Punjabi street food even looks like! Luckily today I ran into a stall selling a Punjabi potato dish by pure accident. So was it really better than the Gujarati dishes I've had?
2 нед назад
■ INDIA, AHMEDABAD: Whilst on my way to a mall to buy a new cable for my near derelict computer I spotted something incredible along the road. The rickshaw kept driving but I told him to stop 500 meters later as I did not want to miss out on what I've just seen. I ran back but only to see that the street performers I'd seen from the Rickshaw had packed up their gear and were ready to move on. After a quick chat I was able to persuade them to once again set up all their gear just so I could see their show. This is what happened next....
3 мес назад
Watch the entire Pakistani video series: https://youtu.be/Xdya8eym9nM Karachi street food travel guide: https://goo.gl/VZNSb Thank you to Ali (Pakistan Travel Market): https://goo.gl/VY6NjH SUBSCRIBE http://bit.ly/MarkWiensSubscribe for 2 new videos every week T-shirts and caps: https://goo.gl/6WdK1l KARACHI, Sindh, Pakistan One of the ultimate must-eat street foods in Karachi, Pakistani is the bun kebab. At first I had no idea what to expect, and even as I watched, I couldn’t hardly imagine what this creation would taste like. In order to make a Karachi bun kebab, first he whipped up some egg white into a foamy batter. Then he takes a little lentil meat patty, sticks it into the foam, and onto the hot griddle in oil. That sizzles until he flip it and it turns into a little burger patty. On another hot griddle, the buns are cooked in oil, and then lathered in chutney. The burger goes on, with onions, and it’s served with more chutney. There you have the iconic and one of the King’s of all Pakistani street food - the Karachi bun kebab! Hanif Super Biryani & Bun Kabab (https://goo.gl/maps/T9XgxpSnJhn) Price - 30 PKR ($0.22) per piece Watch the entire Pakistani video series: https://youtu.be/Xdya8eym9nM Karachi street food travel guide: https://goo.gl/VZNSbZ Ali: https://goo.gl/VY6NjH Joel: https://goo.gl/5AkWm6 MUSIC: https://us.audionetwork.com/ Logo: https://goo.gl/VhaLp5 CAMERA GEAR I used to make this video (these are affiliate links): Main camera: http://amzn.to/2sV0XQO Main lens: http://amzn.to/2szLZNf 2nd lens: http://amzn.to/2EjBeEg Microphone: http://amzn.to/2rBKD3z Drone: http://amzn.to/2CrtAHz FOLLOW: Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology Thank you for watching!
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■ INDIA, AHMEDABAD: India's state of Gujarat is often referred to as a 'dry state'. Why? Because people there aren't allowed to drink. Not that that was going to stop me. But before I attempted to go about procuring some magic potion through unofficial channels, I figured it's worth a shot to try the official one. To my amazement tis actually worked. So ow is it done and can you do the same?
2 мес назад
After arriving in India with almost nothing to my name I figured it was time to upgrade my wardrobe. On my first day I'd gotten an Indian haircut and now it was time to get a wardrobe to match it. My Indian make-over would not be complete without it. But before I started looking for t-shirts and the Indian Armani suit at a bargain rate in this market I needed something to carry all the things I planned to buy in. The fake market spree therefore started at the Adidas and Nike merchant who was peddling some high quality very real and definitely not at all fake sports rucksacks. What did they cost and was I able to find everything I wanted at Delhi's old market?
3 мес назад
■ INDIA, RAJASTHAN: You can try to get from point A to point B in Rajasthan and you will probably succeed but NOT within the time-frame you envisaged. There will simply be too many interesting people and scenes along the road which will compel you to stop and investigate. My drive back to Udaipur therefore took 6 hours more than I'd initially planned for. Along the road I kept seeing Indian villagers working in ways that meant my curiosity would always get the better of me.
3 мес назад
■ JAIPUR, INDIA: Whilst sitting on a pavement with a few hours to left before a grueling bus journey, a young Indian shoeshine boy wandered by an offered to fix my decrepit shoes. He asked for 20 rupees which is about $0.24. The entrepreneurial spirit of the people of India is incredible. Especially at the grassroots level where it is allowed to flourish more freely than at the top. Whenever I run into such people I always make sure they know their business acumen and struggle is truly appreciated. So was he able to repair my shoes? What did they look like afterwards and how much did he earn?
3 мес назад
■ MUMBAI, INDIA: Dharavi, India's biggest slum, isn't exactly known for being a place where you can mingle with the locals over a couple of cold ones. But I'm not one to shy away from a challenge. I therefore took it upon myself to find a watering hole in Mumbai's roughest neighborhood so I could meet some local residents and hear their stories. Did I succeed or was this one Indian adventure even beyond the scope of this intrepid Northman? Find out in this episode where I go exploring and meeting the people of Dharavi. ■ I tried checking in to India's most famous hotel in my underwear: https://youtu.be/4NOgpnyPJZI
4 мес назад
■ PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/haraldbaldr ■ GOA, INDIA; After a swim in On my way! Of the most famous beaches in the Indian Ocean, Arambol beach, I went searching for food. As the sun was about to set the beach was full of street food vendors selling everything from fruit shakes, omelets and friend corn. My choose fell on the latter. What did this delicacy cost and how did it taste?
7 дн назад
■ INDIA, AHMEDABAD: I received a request from a viewer to visit an animal shelter. So off I went in search of one. Luckily I didn't have to search for long. Ahmedabad is home to a mega animal shelter which houses injured and sick birds, dogs, turtles and cats. Some have fallen victim to the pet trade. Others have simply been hit by cars or in the case of the birds, have flown into kites and had their wings clipped off. Luckily there is a place that employs a team of 60 people to help these animals heal called Jivdaya Charitable Trust. For more information on their mission, exactly where in India they are located and how you can help them out even from Europe or USA: http://www.jivdayatrust.org/ ■ For people outside India who wish to donate this link is better: https://www.globalgiving.org/donate/35540/jivdaya-charitable-trust/ ■ To follow the Indian expert who guided us through this, go to his Instagram: @wackybirdguy ■ Part 2 Dog Rescue: https://youtu.be/SAa5hRb5ofM
3 мес назад
■ INDIA, UDAIPUR: Not all hotel hunts end well. Case in point, this one. After wandering the streets of Udaipur looking for a hotel that wasn't fully booked we found ourselves down by the lake where one of India's most famous 5 star hotels is located. The Taj Lake Palace of Udaipur is famous as it was featured in the James Bond movie Octopussy. Thinking we could do with a night of reveling in luxury after all the traveling, we decided to break our budget and spend the night at this epic looking island hotel. But the hotel itself had other plans.... ■ THIS VIDEO IS PART 1/3 1. LAKE INCIDENT: https://youtu.be/4NOgpnyPJZI 2. RICKSHAW ESCAPE: https://youtu.be/lNopVnRR-kw 3. SAVED BY MAFIA: https://youtu.be/zjeT8EUf36g
4 мес назад
Whilst driving from Udaipur to one of India’s biggest forts I stopped in a tiny village. Riding through Rajasthan is the most entertaining motorbike touring I’ve ever done. But this day was exceptional. As I parked the motorbike and made my way for a derelict building two Indian guys waved at me from a tiny house which resembled more a mini fort than a traditional house. Incredibly intrigued I shouted back at them: can I enter your house? To my surprise they acquiesced and up I went. Having never seen an Indian family home from within before this was an experience not to be missed. What did their house look like and how did I interact without a word of Hindi stored in my language impaired brain? This and more in this India village walk video...