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... religion here! A number of these friendly people stopped us to have their photograph taken with us which we did and now we have decided to take their photograph as well.
More of the friendly people were queuing up under great sheets draped overhead with a series of fans spraying a mist of water to head down the causeway to enter the Haramandir itself. We didn’t fancy ...
... of the border. Getting off the bus, I was immediately set upon by gangs of kids wielding small paint pallets to paint Indian flags on the cheeks of spectators. With all five of them jostling to be the one who got to paint my face, and thus get their 20 rupee fee, I gave them 20 rupees each and, keen to show my allegiance to India, gave them full artistic license, instructing them to go crazy, getting my face and neck covered in flags and, as seemed fitting, getting my ...
On the road again! After a wonderful time in Dharamshala it was time to continue our journey so we met our driver at 6:30am and set out for the city of Amritsar in the state of Punjab. It would be almost a six hour drive, followed immediately by some sightseeing so we needed to get an early start to make sure we got there in time. The first hour or so we spent on the familiar and somewhat scary mountain roads surrounding Dharamshala, but at least the traffic was light ...
... Bas and I ended up in the front seat with the driver and clung to the outside of the rickshaw since he had managed to round up about ten people for the journey. Every day the two countries take part in a bizarre border closing ceremony, consisting of a competition between the two border forces on all fronts. Whoever can shout for the longest, raise their legs highest, and fix their head gear with the most conviction. To add to the hilarity of the whole process, both ...
... a throat destroying jungle leaf/tobacco combo, but at less than half a pence each it was hard to say no. On this long walk home I got Marie's solemn and binding promise that tomorrow we would get all the way to the Beatles ashram seeing as we only had 1 and a half days left in Rishikesh before heading north to Amritsar.
Determined to achieve, on a relative scale of 1 to bugger all, full of hash brown and wearing my finest hippy tunic I headed up the great Beatles ashram ...