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... can be there but due to the inclement weather numbers were smaller. Prior to the commencement both countries try to outdo each other. The Indians won by miles with their singing and dancing.
The ceremony only takes 30 minutes and again the soldiers tried to outdo each other with their brisk marching and leg lifting. Unfortunately towards the end of the ceremony, the heavens opened, good thing we had rain jackets but what was below them got ...
... the gesture, often with a Namaste greating as well. It was wonderful.
I was not yet ready to leave without being a little more involved than just getting a free meal, so when I noticed - or rather, heard - the deafening clatter of literally hundreds of tin plates being collected / tossed around and cleaned in a totally organized assembly line format, I threw myself into the mix of people washing dishes, joining the women's side and "gettin' down and ...
... about and the guide said that the drivers were waiting to get to customs to be able to go to Pakistan to sell goods. He even said some people could be there for 3 days. I also noticed on the roofs of a lot of the houses, there were very large birds. He said that they are water reserve tanks.
When we were dropped off, it was clear that vendors were not allowed into the ceremonial area, as there were drinks, snacks, and scarf vendors everywhere. We all had ...