MK Hotel Amristar
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... is interesting that we saw far less begging in Amritsar, but I guess that if there is always somewhere to go for a meal and shelter at any time of the day or night then the basic needs of everyone can be met by people working together for a common goal and treating everyone as equals. Another day another temple...... Or so I thought, today it was the turn of the Golden Temple and in the back of my mind I was thinking back to the one back in Delhi, a temple is ...
... other, and even speak to each other. I shout: "Hello Pakistan (pause) from America!" There is goodnatured laughter from the Pakistanis, and shouted greetings back, with waves and a lot of photos being shot in our direction. :-) After time for a quick shower (it is roasting hot here) we go to a nearby restaurant patronized by the locals. It isn't fancy at all, but we are served a wonderful selection of Punjabi delights that make ...
... migration that uprooted numerous people (and caused racial/religious fighting result in innumerable deaths.) This lead to assive emigration to Britain and Canada. Interestingly, the area is now considered very well off due to the NRA money (bank accounts belonging to non-residents) that flows in from overseas relatives.
We stopped along the way to visit the ruins of a Muslim hill fort that overlooked the Kanga Valley.
... the place where I celebrated my 40th B-day… yep I am that old now ;-) Feels totally ok though, no big 40-dramas getting to me. I did not have to sip wine on my own as some friends joined me at Khan Market for a few drinks and nibbles. Simple, small and lovely!
Ayurveda, Massage, Pranayama
Better late than never… guess that’s me. After all this time in India I decided only at the last moment to join a 1-month ...
... Hindi music on the radio, sing along with the driver and occasionally grab the wheel when it looked like we were about to head down a ravine. You see McLeod Ganj, where we were now heading, is a village on the top of a mountain some 2000m up, accessible by the characteristic twisty farm track and the last road you want to be driven on at night by a ****** karaoke cab. It's a good job that I love roller coasters 'cos so far this trip I've been ...