Hotel Royal Castle
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... enough for several people walking past or driving past to have scarves or hankies at their faces over their mouths and noses, I admit I did the same with my scarf a few times. Along the next street was where we were heading for lunch and our noses found it first, an amazing world famous café called Kaseem’s, which had incredible food, Paul and I had these rolls made with chapatti’s with curried chicken or lamb in them ...
... for children' as they ran away. One of the boys told me that had his grandfather been alive he would have hit us with a stick. Someone actually told us it is illegal to kiss in public and that you will never see kissing in a Bollywood movie. (If you’ve never seen ‘Cinema Paradiso’ I urge you to check it out. It is a subtitled movie but its great). Apparently they will never forget the day we visited.
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... same time. The rest of the day was spent sharing stories of our travels in India, consuming more curry and celebrating Sam's birthday. It was great to see them and to find out a bit about the standard of education in India. Raising standards in all things; healthcare, housing, education is clearly something that this democratic government says it wants to do (every day it is written about in the paper) but from a brief glimpse into a tiny area of ...
... train as Amritsar is a holy place for them to visit. The service on the train was quote good too as we had free water before we set off then had a snack after about an hour in comprising of a samosa, some chai, an odd cake that was like white candy floss and some bread sticks! The view outside was good too as we passed through villages that were built right alongside the track so that we could see people sitting outside in their gardens. We could also see fields where someone ...
... sleeps"; from there it is carried reverently each morning to the temple in the middle of the lake, where it remains throughout the day, and passages from it are read aloud by holy men.. In the evening, it is carried back with great pomp to its bedroom, to the enormous happiness of the Sikhs present. After being returned to its bed, they all touch their foreheads to the floor outside the window of the bedroom. It sounds weird, but is actually very moving.
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