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Basic room, did what it said on the tin, lacked proper air conditioning, but very reasonably priced !
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We arrived in Amritsar on 6th August, we traveled by train from Delhi which took 6 hours. The train journey was not as bad as I had anticipated, The train was full,we were seated in the air conditioned section which meant we weren't sweating the whole way up. The train journey was extremely civilised, we were even provided with snacks and chai all …
... march to the gates, they slide open, soldiers front each other and at exactly the same time the flags are lowered and marched ceremoniously away for safe keeping. The roar and singing by the crowd is unbelievable. It was a truly unbelievable experiences. There is patriotism, nationalism and then there is fanaticism - we witnessed the frenzy of the chants of each nationality trying to outdo each other. Like drowned rats we went to the restaurant for ...
The 5 hr bus to Bikaner done, we changed at the the train station to get to Amritsar on the over night train. In the next station we randomly bumped into Sheldon and Ashley again, the Aussie couple we'd met on a roof in Jaisalmer. Also met an unfortunate couple from Basque Country who had spent the night in general seating class, standing up next to lots of drunk soldiers, unlucky!
So Amritsar is a pretty busy and dirty indian ...
... the temple complex back out, through another feet cleansing wading tank, and to the Guru ka Langar. This free kitchen can serve up to 300,000 people daily, on a holy day, but averages at 100,000 people a day. The meal there is free; you "pay" by helping. Some help serve while others help prepare the meal. There is no true time for a meal, they are always making food, as we saw in the roti area. We were brought to a back room where there was heavy cooking machinery. ...