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Yes, stayed at many airbnb's and had food with their families. Its so good to have those meals...full of love!
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Yes, during my treks in Nepal 😊
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Yup in Bhuj when I travelled to Rann of Kutch.
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Will welcome you again in Gujarat
Yes many times while staying in Homestays, the food is satisfying there.
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Yes, when I was in Pelling , Sikkim.
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Yes! Many times during my treks in and around Pune. Specially, the non veg food served was my favorite
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We visited Sikkim 10 years back. Places like Lachen on the way to Gurudongmar Lake was quite underdeveloped back then. We stayed at our very helpful driver's home and had a lovely dinner with his family.
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Local cuisines ✅
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Yes many times😀
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Lots of time. . while travelling through Himachal and Meghalaya
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Yes! Himachali siddu in a locals house in manali. It was the best!😊
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Yes.. in Kalimpong
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Yes i tried dalmakhani n roti in dharamshala at around 2am.i didn’t get any transport and stay to reach my hostel in mcleodganj at midnight but one local guy helped me to stay at his place and even cooked for us.
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Many times, its scrumptious. I tried rajma chawal at Kashmiri's house.
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Always the best.
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Local people's home it was a great experience
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Yes, once at our trek guide's place. so delicious
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