Hotel Le Golden
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... were made. we never even opened our passport. To be fair though, we didn't look like Indians and there were only one or two other whiteys dotted around so we were easy to spot.
This ceremony is a real spectator event that happens every day and proper spectator stands have been built in both India and Pakistan to house them We have to say though that we think Pakistan have been a bit over optimistic about how many spectators they will have as ...
... last week a lot of the bodies which had been recovered some time ago, were given their last rites and cremated. Their ashes being thrown into the Ganges.
With all this atrocity, you would have expected for us to receive a bit of a bad time in such a place. Everywhere we go we get asked "where you from" so when we were asked in the park and replied England, we kind of said it quietly expecting a rage of ...
... high kicks and macho posturing was quite entertaining, I think that the most memorable part of the event was actually leaving the area after it was all over. We were shuffled through a small gate at the side of the border as were people on the Pakistan side. The exit sidewalks on both sides of the border are mere feet away from each other. It was quite a reassuring and heartwarming experience to watch people on both sides smiling, waving ...
... of people sitting on the floor inside and outside the main worship space. We had to steadily make our way through until we went upstairs. Upstairs was a little less crowded but still busy with a single file line snaking its way through the floor. We saw the huge copy of the holy Sikh book – the Guru Granth Sahib, which is always present here for all to see. Once we moved to the top floor we were outside and had a good view of the surrounding complex and larger ...
... we broke, he laughed. He said we had been waiting the longest of
all by sincerely coming to Amritsar. I asked who he bribed and he said
"not a rupee, they wanted you to be there".
When we got to the centre of the temple there was additional chanting going
on, singing prayers. The prayers were about the Sikh scriptures, but
as we walked in, the ...