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A couple of things from the last blog; 1- we went to the fort at Agra, not the Red Fort which is in Delhi, apologies, in my defence they are both red and one was modelled on the other, so they are quite similar! 2- the young soldiers we met on the train are from Skinners Horse Regiment, Paul knew who that was and they were very impressed.
We left Delhi on the sleeper train for Amritsar last night and as we were leaving I ...
... the young man translated for us. The next misfortune was actually a VERY lucky escape as things could have gone seriously wrong otherwise. Another kind local came over to our seats asking if we lost a bag as he found it on the floor just down the carriage. In his hand was Emma's money belt! Thank goodness for his honesty! Her passport and a wad of cash were in there. Nothing was missing. Ok so now ...
Hello my lovelies
I hope you are all good. Missing you all lots. This week has
been fab, I had a great week at school and the children are all doing so well,
they are all so cute!!! I have learnt a bit of Hindi, I took some hindi
classes, but it is not going to well (as you can imagine!!!!) So I try and talk
to them a bit in Hindi aswell, but I am not to sure how that is going. This weekend
we went to Amritsa, ...
... of the room where three men raked it into steel boxes...quite a sight!
It was suggested by our hotel manager that we should visit Langar Hall, and sit down for a free meal. This was convenient since it was just behind the Golden Temple. We, along with 3000 other souls got in a 'crush', (my Indian term for a line), and were handed a metal TV dinner tray and a spoon. The 'crush' took us to a large room, probably 100 ft by 100 ft where we sat ...
... in reception, with her son, about 20 years old. . We stopped to talk to them, and she insisted we try some of her son's pakora. Hmmm, delicious! We said we would like a recommendation for somewhere to eat really good Punjabi food, and she told us there was only one place we should go; it's not very close, but she will get her private tuktuk driver to take us there, and wait until we were ready to return. Seems too good to be true! We immediately agreed.
About 7 o'clock, ...