Hotel Shiraz Regency
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... we had to hop out at one point and help him push it up a hill!
Amritsar, the Punjabi headquarters of the Sikh religion, is home to one of the great sights in India if not the world – the Golden Temple, or to give it its proper name, the Haramandir. The exterior of the temple is decorated with gold leaf and it rises out of a square lake of water, the Amrit Sarovar (pool ...
... be gesticulating for me to drink quickly, some sort of drinking race. All the locals and shop keepers gathered round cheering me on to do it. I can never refuse peer pressure, or in this case, an opportunity to showboat so jumped up on a chair, and not unlike my uni years, downed it in one to the disbelief of the onlookers. After hanging round here for a while, I suddenly declared "Ok, now to the bar!" Already a bit drunk, I hailed down a cycle rickshaw that seemed to ...
... site for Sikhs from around the world who come to bathe in the holy water at least once in their lives. Interestingly, the Pool of Nectar, or Amrit Sarovar, is what gave the city its name. After depositing our shoes and covering our hair (we struggled to get it right until a local came over and decided to take over), we went through into the Harmandir Sahib or temple complex. As soon as we laid eyes on the Golden Temple in the middle of the Pool of Nectar we knew this was ...
... in French between 3 excitable Belgians. That said I did manage to make it to puja that day, where I was surrounded by lesser spotted lost western women. Having spent quite a bit of effort avoiding them the last few days I was face to face with the smug late 20s early 30s single white female who radiates inner enlightenment like an un-bled radiator, not at all. For those twitchers out there, they are fairly easy to spot, traditional Indian dress, smug 'inner bliss/can I smell ...
... complex and underwent a number of thorough body checks. No handbags were allowed in but fortunately, we'd been forewarned of that and albeit reluctantly, Graham had left his back at Mrs B's. There were long queues to get in - separate queues for ladies and gents, and just like ladies loos, my queue was the longest...... However, for some reason foreigners are treated rather like VIPs, even us Brits (or did they think we were Aussies?) ...