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Travel Blogs from Amritsar
... comfortable for two ladies and all of their
bags. Quickly upon arriving, a “man in
uniform” saw our lost expressions and guided us toward the free pilgrim housing
at the Golden Temple. Free housing,
heading toward a free meal, after getting a free ride from the airport. The Sikh religion is known for taking care of
people and this certainly shows it. So
we claimed our bed (ended up being one bed) in the communal ...
On the following day we wanted to go to the temple in the centre of the
lake but there was a two hour line. Gurandir tried to help us skip the
line. It worked. After waiting for only a half hour we were given
permission to go in. We sheepish bypassed the line. We moved as
respectfully as we could. Later when I asked Gurandir how many Sikh ...
... town with beautiful views all round. our bus took us down to Dehradun, we took a side track off to the Simulada falls, once again spoiled by litter and fun park, we took a chairlift up to the top of the hill, very commercialized too but lovely views. This hills around here are BIG! Tea was in a nice restaurant, the tucker was the best! Our train left at 7.45pm we ...
... else. One guy behind us thought he was at a football match I think as he was screaming and carrying on, even the locals were staring at him. Back for some dinner now before we head to the golden temple. We had 7 in the tuk tuk but we fit fine (seem to have larger ones here). The temple was a little walk from where we were dropped off but that also meant that when we finally got there we were stuck in prayer time and had to listen and sit ...
... centre for the Sikh religion and is one of the largest cities of the Punjab state of India. Partition in 1947 had an immense impact on the city when the Punjab was divided between India and Pakistan. It then became a border city and often on the front line of the terrible India-Pakistan wars.
Although it was around 5.30 pm when we arrived at Wagah, the temperature was still in the in mid forties. It really took our breath away. To our ...