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Travelling 101, Second lesson: when checking into a hotel at the early(?) hour of 3:00pm, tell the desk if you want to have a hot shower. Our Amritsar hotel would have been happy to turn on the hot water if I had only given them fifteen minutes notice. If you hate cold showers as much as I do, this lesson will be easily learned.
The fifth Sikh Guru Shri Guru Arjan Dev founded Tarn Taran. It is said that
the sacred tank has a magical power of healing and so, it is visited by many
tourists every year. The other places to visit in Amritsar during weekends are:
... the crazy packed traffic (scooters, rikshaws, horsekarts, cars and pedestrians) we reached the border between India and Pakistan, quiet exciting to be close to such a quiet tense country in the world. Lot's of people with us there, all coming to watch the daily border-closing ceremony. We made it just in time, pushing ourselfes through all pushing Indiers ( we are learning quickly) to watch the end of the ceremony. It's all about who can step the loudest, kick the highest ...
... one pressed on each ear and simultaneously tapped on the computer. It seemed as if he had to fill in 20 or 30 screens worth of information to get our boarding passes and he kept asking us about US visas despite us telling him that Australians do not need visas to get into the USA.
Finally, we heard the sweet sound of our boarding passes printing out and we knew we were on our way. Fortunately, the queues through immigration and security at that time were not too ...
It was back to the Golden Temple after a leisurely breakfast. The weather was cloudy, so it was nice to have been there last night as well.
After lunch, it was out to the Pakistan border for the craziness of the border ceremony. I had thought that maybe it was a nice gesture of international peace, but no such thing. Cheering crowds on both sides being whipped into nationalistic fervor by announcers, soldiers facing ...