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We arrived at Amritsar and were in our hotel room by 1:30..ordered our standard Punjabi meal of Dal Makhani, Kadai Paneer, Laccha Parathas and Naan for room service, and promptly fell asleep.
Headed to the Golden Temple in the evening..there was a long line, but it moved quicker than we expected, and we were in in under 15 minutes.
... too on weekday but the facilities were good like they have many shoe n luggage counters where you can keep your luggage and these facilities are well maintained by the sevaks there, so there is no rush type stuff. Then after seeing golden temple n having burger n ice cream at a nearby McDonald went to see Jallianwala bagh which is just few meters away from golden temple and visiting Jallianwala bagh makes you think how somebody can be so brutal and ...
... worst idea I'd heard all morning. It is cold in Rishikesh at night and the buildings hold onto this cold with a bitter resentment of the sun's cheery disposition on a December morning. It's not UK cold in that bleak and wearying way of never ending grey drizzle, or even Canadian cold in the turning boiling water into snow way, but the Indians have never heard of central heating in any fashion; and as my preceding ramblings hold testimony to, I do not have the right wardrobe for this ...
... can kick high!) and lots and lots of gestures and crowd participation, only vocal participation though but lots of it. We had great seats right at the front (photos to come after I get them onto the computer) and it was fascinating, you could see the crowd from Pakistan on one side through the fence and gates, they were all waving Pakistan flags and singing, the Indian side were all waving Indian flags and singing as well, lots of fun ...
... at the Pakistan border
3) the almost completely unknown Jalllianwala Bagh Park
The Temple was stunning. We booked our tuk tuk driver for 4:30 am as they have a service at 5am which we were told was well worth watching.
So it was pitch black when we got there but even in the dark the beautiful white marble glowed.
Inside the temple everyone has to cover their heads which is why in the photographs Bryan is wearing a knotted handkerchief on ...