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... der Besitzer vom Hotel abholt, bedankt er sich bei mir mit den Worten: 'Thank you Sir, it is my a real pleasure that you are a guest of my house.'
Um 04:00 lege ich mich komplett erschöpft, aber sehr glücklich und dankbar über die vielen netten Leute, die ich heute wieder kennenlernen durfte, in meinen Schlafsack. Ich versuche zumindest ein paar Stunden zu schlafen, da ich in der Früh die Wüstenstadt bzw. -landschaft erkunden möchte.
... br> In order to give us a little rest and digest, the next stop of our tour was more of a social affair. A local hangout which can only be described as a large woven chair on the side of the road where we sat and got stared at for a lengthy amount of time before the locals got bored. Then our tour guide got bored and it was into our next venture...Lassi.
We were led to what was described as the most famous Lassi shop in Amritsar (the owner has made ...
... struck by gleaming gold shimmering of the water which surrounded the temple, this is by far the most impressive temple I have seen , the place was stunning. I don't think there are enough words in the dictionary to describe how amazing this place is.
After the temple we headed for the Jallianwala bagh which is where hundreds of innocent Indians were shot and killed by a British ...
... and we are home. None of the family there so we escape to our room.
Weve been in touch with Miguel Lamiel, our travelling friend from two years ago in India. He is currently in Bikaner, in Rajasthan, and is keen for us to link up. We're already sure that 2 nights in Amritsar will be plenty; apart from the Golden Temple the town is far from beautiful. So I email Miguel and tell him we propose to leave tomorrow and meet up with him. I check the Web ...
... no more dirty air and concrete, now I was surrounded by the most beautiful countryside. Rice paddys made up most of the luscious green landscape bordered by green trees and punctuated by turbaned farmers working the earth. Cows wandered along the roads which were used by every means of transport. A huge truck laden with so much straw that it covered both sides of the road trundled along with the workforce sat on top holding on for dear life; a ...