Hotel CJ International
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... which function as commercial and human transport), the ever present tuk-tuks all sharinging these linear spaces with cars and trucks. The background noise of vehicle horn-blowing is incessant. Amritsar, a major city in the Indian state of the Punjab, is the Sikh religion's Mecca. Sikhism was developed in what we now know as Pakistan. Being the world's youngest religion, it has blossomed since the 1469 inception. It has many central pillars, two of which focus ...
... who witnessed the atrocity, avenged the killings of 1300+ of his countrymen by shooting Micheal O'Dwyer four times in the chest, killing him instantly. He had travelled from South Africa to London to complete the assassination on April 13th (the actual anniversary) 1940. Udham Singh was hanged for this act at Pentoville jail, London and was thus hailed as a martyr by the Sikh community. Back to the hotel for a relaxing afternoon, taking stock, writing blogs and a bit of retail therapy for Mrs ...
... enterprise. Bearing in mind he had the key, and a mate with a shotgun we bartered down to 50Rs and some harsh language as our entrance fee and pushed our luck no further.
This place was worth the wait, it was huge, a complex of about 15 large buildings and countless individual pods spreading over several km square. It would have had the standard abandoned mental hospital feel from a straight to DVD horror film if it had just been left, but the cool bit about it was that it ...
... as it could be. Eventually, having been walking back for two hours, I insisted we stop and ask somebody for directions, something Graham is never really keen to do, it’s a man thing. Directions got from a friend of a friendly local who didnt know where we were going but called a friend, off we set again. After another ten minutes’ walking we were sure we were close but still no sign of Mrs ...
... other, and even speak to each other. I shout: "Hello Pakistan (pause) from America!" There is goodnatured laughter from the Pakistanis, and shouted greetings back, with waves and a lot of photos being shot in our direction. :-) After time for a quick shower (it is roasting hot here) we go to a nearby restaurant patronized by the locals. It isn't fancy at all, but we are served a wonderful selection of Punjabi delights that make ...