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... the side..finger-licking delicious!
Around 3pm we drove to Wagah Border in Atari Village, about a half hour drive from Amritsar, to watch The Beating Retreat, or Lowering of the Flags ceremony. Watching the ceremony, and being able to see Pakistan just a few steps away was definitely an experience.
Stopped by at a charming rustic restaurant called Sarhad just a few minutes away from the border on our way back for masala chai :)
Amritsar is almost as mad as Delhi, with winding tiny little streets that remind me of the underground part of Edinburgh they are so narrow with shops which are hardly bigger than a few feet across. I still can't quite believe the traffic here, there are road markings, round about's and traffic police, no really there are! Yet, the rules of the road appear to be more like guidelines, if you feel like staying in between the lines then please ...
... is a temple end of the day, how wrong could i be, the Golden Temple is a bit like the Taj Mahal you have to see it person to get the full experience. Our guide who was a really good one seemed to be in tune with what we wanted from our Indian tour plus he didn't try the do you want to visit my mates shop tactic, he took us into the temple and explained everything more so to me than Lynda, taking us behind the scenes at the langa to show us the ...
... of Life) course, do an extra massage course and take part in a 3-day Pranayama Kriya (special breathing technique). Very hectic, but equally interesting and motivating. Finally all the info people have been giving to me over the years are put together like a little jigsaw puzzle. I can put the info into practice now and turn it into knowledge. No need to go into details on what it all means, but anyone interested in any of this can contact me, as I think ...
... the overwhelming majority, and those with foreign passports. The latter were pointed towards a sign for VIPs, and after being frisked and searched we were escorted to the best seats with the best views. Mind you, the Indians had the best deal; boy, do they ever miss an opportunity to party? Raucous music, and dancing down in front of all the seating. All the wonderfully attired soldiers tried in vain to make them go and sit down, but soon realised they weren't going to, ...