MK Hotel Amristar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... water had the job of cleaning the steps.
The whole Golden Temple site, like Amritsar in general, seemed to be a lot cleaner than many other places we have visited and was all the more refreshing for it. The people here seem to be a lot friendlier too, being generally interested in why you have come instead of just making conversation which then becomes a sales pitch. No tourist ...
... had obviously come to stay at the niwas while we'd been gone as when I stumbled in trying not to act drunk in this massively holy site, I trod on several arms legs and probably a face or two, eventually falling straight on to a guy. An American voice came back out of the dark, "That's my head bro!" The next day, doing my best to shake off the inevitable hangover, we all jumped in a mini bus headed to Wagha, on the India/Pakistan border to watch the daily spectacle of ...
... best bartering skills on show I got a cycle rickshaw for Marie and I to go to another temple we had been told was worth a visit for its unusual decor.
Apparently I hadn't been as clear as I thought I had as roughly 15 minutes later a very chuffed if slightly tired old rickshaw driver was pulling us into the main bus station. His face changed when with the help of some other locals I managed to explain where I actually wanted to go to, turns out I'd got a good deal as he'd ...
... and more liberal part of the city. (That's right- they even have pubs!). Here we sampled a Panni Puri. This dish is best eaten with a bib and requires preparation on behalf of the consumer before consumption. Starting with the base, a hollow puff pastry ball, we had to make a little hole in the pastry in order to fill the ball with a chickpea and tamarind sauce mixture. The whole ball was then dipped in some bitter green stuff (no idea what it was) until the ball ...
... Bagh a memorial park for those killed by the British in 1919. It took twice as long as it should have as I was asked to pose for several photos and had to turn down a few marriage proposals from a group of 18 year olds. We then took a trip to the India/Pakistan border to see the border closing ceremony, a theatrical event where members of both countries military march up and down, open the gate, shake hands and lower their flags. It was very patriotic with ...