Sunday, July 12

Rerouting for Biryani & The Great Driving Challenge

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We are rerouting our 3,000km trip for The great Driving Challenge so that it begins and ends in Bombay, a requirement by the organisers.

This route has been carefully chosen to include visits to a number of heritage sites which have been on my wish list for a long time as well as providing us with opportunities to sample different types of biryani.

Our Quest for Biryani and The Great driving Challenge has been noticed and we have been featured here and here.

You have until the 17th of July to vote for us if you haven't done so. ( There's a button on the side bar, you can click to vote) and we'd like to thank 412 of you who took the time to vote and passed on the request to family and friends. Some of you have had problems with the voting process and confirming your votes. All these issues are being resolved by the organisers of the challenge who have been overwhelmed by votes
which are pouring in for the participants.
I'd request you to try again after a couple of hours if you haven't been able to vote and for those who don't get a confirmation mail to complete the voting process please check your mail box in a day or two.
Thanks again, hope you have a great week ahead. Cheers!!


Tiggy Rawling said...

Hi there, I pop over often to check out your blog, but, gosh what a trip! I wish you all the best of luck, and will follow your journey with interest. How many days/weeks will this take you? What an adventure.

Meanwhile, back to the kitchen - cooking Sunday supper, but taking a five minutes diversion!

ArtPropelled said...

You must love Biryani a lot! I do too :-) All the best for this challenge, Maya.

Maya Sara Matthew said...

Hello Tiggy, nice of you to drop by and leave a comment and I'm happy to make your aquaintance.
It's going to be a 10 day trip ( if we get to be one of the three finalists , that's some way off).it will be an adventure.

Maya Sara Matthew said...

Robyn its my husband who is the greater fan of biryani in our household. Wonder what the biryani in South Africa is like. Maybe we'll get to find out.

Unknown said...

Give it that last push to get to over 600 votes. We are all going to have withdrawal symptoms once this contest is through...Thomas