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Wednesday, April 6, 2016

express lunch

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  1. I like the moments of life that you expose here! it is very succeeded, congratulations!

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    1. hi Jens, thank you and welcome to chicago! :))

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    1. thanks so much electricwave! :))

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  3. i like this picture. one of the advantages of living in a big city is you see all kinds of people and also get to taste a variety of food.in india it is not called 'goat biryani',they usually call it 'mutton biryani'.and $9/- for it is expensive, here it is available for about $2/-.cost of living and labour in the usa is much higher so i guess it is okay.i first saw the 99 cents trick at bata shoe shops. all their shoes were priced ending with 99 cents. makes you think it is cheaper than it really is. :)

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    1. hi George, thanks for your comment and for clarifying goat over mutton :)), i do love indian food and love knowing more about it...in the train station (where i took this photo) most of the lunches are priced around the same, so my main focus is usually not how much it will cost but how long it will take because like most people, I'm often hurrying to catch a train... :))

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