Comfort Inn Alstonia
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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.
... as the yoga was freezing cold and I was snug as the proverbial bug. Probably in one of those big fluffy fake sheep skin rugs. It was at breakfast that I met the twins, or les jumeaux, two rather excitable girls from Belgium, one Melanie and the other, of course Marie. It was a good job I have been hanging out with French speakers almost exclusively for my time in India as these girls spoke fast, and often in twin language where they finished each others sentences and swapped over the ...
... is a yoghurt based drink often served in a variety of fruit flavors. Ours was not. Our Lassis came flavored natural with cream and chunks of....you guessed it, BUTTER! An odd assault on the senses. The taste buds enjoyed the taste of the liquid but the feeling of the buttery chunks did not mix well. Our lips felt oddly moisturised after this experience. My advice- go for the low fat option (minus the butter and cream!).
Our next leg of the tour took us to ...
... my handbag filled with clothes and a pareo to sleep under.Because this coupe/ class has open windows it was a bit noisy when other trains pass. Sometimes this gave a real loud kaboeng!The wind made it chilly at night so I put my head far under the pareo, it kept also the very stinky toilet smell away!
Early morning 6.30 we arrived in Amritsar, happy to say we both had a pretty okay sleep.After a visit at the local tourist office, the real one!, we found out it is better ...
... the crowd at the beginning to patriotic songs, chants about how great India was,
with men and women in bright colours, all mixed in a great family atmosphere. Contrast that to the Pakistan side which we could clearly see. Being a devout Muslim country, men and women sat on opposite stadia, no sign of dancing or anywhere near as much fun and frivolity, with India ...