Hotel Mohan International
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... br> The food has been so far quite fantastic, (Ingrid and Sam, we have found a better mushroom masala than the one in Edinburgh!), we are feeling very spoiled and looking forward to going up to Mcleod Gange, although I am less looking forward to the several hour bus journey to get there! A nice wee relaxing time when we arrive shall be in order as it feels like it's been non stop so far, a few days of not visiting too many things will be just ...
... located our seats. Here the second misfortune occurred. On finding the berth with our bunks in it, where a nice young student was sitting, Emma dropped her water bottle. This wouldn't have been so bad, if the bottle hadn't of popped open spilling the entire contents all over the floor and on the nice young mans feet. The train guards came over and made sure it was cleaned up, however they seemed to speak no ...
... This place really pulled at my heart strings , to think that so many innocent people died .
Our final stop that day was to head for the Pakistan/Indian border ceremony, this in two words brilliantly bizarre ! This was a place for celebration and music, this rounded our stay in Amritsar tremendously.
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... circulating the air, or we would have been like prunes by the end of it! Just as we are about to enter the doorway, we must pause for a bit so those in front of us could bow down and touch the threshold with their foreheads, not a smart thing to do with people pushing from behind! It gets worse inside when they actually try to prostrate themselves while others, (Fern and I) want to exit! Total time in the shrine about two minutes. Money was thrown into ...
... the entire complex is swept constantly by devout Sikhs, men and women, of all ages, throughout the day and night. It must be the cleanest place in India!
Tradition has it that the temple is only traversed clockwise, and this is very largely adhered to. We walked slowly round, 2 or 3 times. And the sense of spiritual peace was palpable.
Relaxed, we finally set off, reclaimed our shoes, and strolled back to the hotel. The lady of the family who own and run the hotel ...