Hotel City Heart
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... some plastic wrap that was up there. It was only a 5 hour trip & all bags arrived safely. We knew things were going to be different compared to in the mountains but it was amazing, no more clean air & the traffic was crazy. Amritsar is a city in the north western part of India only 28kms from the Pakistan border. It is home to the Harmandir Sahib, more commonly known as the Golden Temple, the spiritual centre for the Sikh religion. Amazingly, the ...
Amritsar Running up and down the platform at night in Haridwar station, frantically looking for carriage number six, on which was apparently located my seat and bed for the night's journey up to Amritsar, I was eventually informed carriage number six was, confusingly, arriving later than the rest of the train. Once my carriage did arrive, I eventually found my bunk, as well as a man sat on it, who asked if I minded if he took it as his family were on the next ones along. ...
... during our rule in India. About 400 were shot dead on the orders of General Dyer with a further 1200 wounded - 1650 rounds were fired and bullet holes can still be seen in the walls. Some threw themselves down the 'Martyrs Well' to escape the bullets and 150 were crushed or drowned in the panic. The order was given by the Lt Governor of Punjab, Sir Michael O'Dwyer, who feared an imminent threat of mutiny on the scale of 1857. The story has a poignant finale....Udham Singh, a ...
... into town with a pocket full of cookies and resplendent in my new green hoodie.
The cafe was a typical traveller spot with the very low tables and floor cushions, I've no idea why travellers dislike chairs so intently, and it must be my growing years but my back aches just looking in the doorway of these places. That aside it had awesome river views and was playing some late 90s trip hop so I felt right at home. After a cookie I played an increasingly difficult and slow game ...
... having to wear a mandatory bandanna. As we stood there debating whether we would bother going in or just take photos from afar, a Canadian Indian couple started chatting with us who were also touring around India, they said it was definitely worth it. So, we looked at the queue for leaving the shoes, ummd and aahd a bit more but as Canefucious says: He who hesitates, misses out on a photo opportunity. So with bandana, ...