Rajsangam International Hotel
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... in the direction of the Pakistan border. Off we walked about 1km in that direction with the very busy flow of other people. We really didn't know what to expect as it is an international border.
When we got there it really was a proper border with security, customs and border guards with machine guns. We had been warned to make sure we had our passports with us but beyond a quick pat down and a flash of burgandy passport cover, no ...
... with a bit of concern, we climbed into the belly of the beast into destinations unknown.
We set off into the morning, drove for hours through the hot dusty landscape. In this part of the country it takes a long time to get anywhere. Some of the road is asphalt but it is bumpy and potholed at best, and at the worst, the whole road disappears randomly into gravel. Other barrier to progress include slow moving ox carts carrying huge ...
We drove from Amritsa to Wagah Border which was about 20km away. There was a huge crowd gathering for the Border closing ceremony. Each day the border opens at around 6am and closes around 6pm. there is a great big display of strength from the guards on both sides of the border on Pakistan and India. We had to queue for quite a while while we were frisked by many soldiers, security was tight.
On this particular day 5 Indian Soldiers had just been shot by the ...
I don't know if you knew but my birthday is coming up, May 4. That's in I think 7 or 8 days! Guess what I'm going to be doing for my birthday? I'm going to a wedding. I don't know about other people but from my perspective that really stinks. My birthday is one of the only times I get presents and it doesn't look like I'm going to be having anything more than a cake this year. Weddings in Pakistan are long affairs something like 5 or 6 days long so it's going to ...
... for women who are slim or skinny, they are called 'smart', and when they are fat, they are just called 'moti', or fat.
P.S. these pics were taken with the 'Fatbooth' app on our friend Yasir's ipad or iphone (i really don't know which is which, don't really care either), and 'fattened' up by the app. It was a lot of fun as we were sitting in a south indian restaurant in Doha, Qatar waiting for our dosas (yum!).