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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.
... were all just for fun. That both sides could trust each other. That this, and perhaps even the military activity along the border, was for show, nothing else. Perhaps both sides have finally beat a retreat and these daily doses of sportingness will heal wounds. THE GOLDEN TEMPLE This is a 400 odd year old Sikh temple, the most holy building of this religion. It is beautiful to see at night, sprinkled with lights which shimmer on the large ...
... fan or
anything like that ;-)). Most of the reps seem untrained and unable to deal with the system and they do not insist on a queueing structure. Instead people crowd around the desk all talking at the same time flooding the untrained Etihad rep, frustrated because nothing seems to get done and if something does happen it is usually for the person who pushed in and spoke the loudest.
The manager came up eventually and muttered something about problems ...
... to take bath.
this temple is so big around it. the sikh,s believe in a good life they need to share things and not being creedy. so in this place everyone is welcome poor or ritch , everyone gets the same treatment. and for everyone ther4e is food and drinks all for free.
i will take a tea in not hungry.
but when i stop someone asking me. and i talk and talk , and than see that 20 people are standing there and listen to me. and so ...
... to the Tibetan refugee hub of McLeod Ganj didn't quite work out… As my time in Asia is a valuable commodity I decided to fly to Dharamsala rather than take the 14 hour bus ride, therefore giving me an extra day to explore the home of the Dalai Lama. I only planned to be there for 3 days, enough to do what I needed to do and then fly South to sunshine and a week or so of relaxation before Thailand and the next chapter in my Asian adventure. ...