Fred and I decided it was an awesome idea to get a little drunk before taking a night train that would lead us to Amritsar. In the train station we met several people that were interested in taking pictures with us, so we did while we were making sure we would sleep like babies...
Fred and the tiny girl
"Hello, where are you from? Can you take a picture of us please?"
Same thing but in the train
Ready for sleep / snore
Arriving in Amritsar.
Waking up half drunk after half a night of train is somewhat disturbing.
Sleeping in the street.
No one was there to pick us up so we spent a night in the street, hoping for a driver that would never come.
We suddenly were under the impression that the organization of our trip was not so flawless.
When the first sunrays hit our skin, we headed for a delicious local breakfast with lassi, spicy potato galette and tchai!
The Pakistani crowd is a little bit more scarce.
The choregraphy of the show is grotesque, ridiculous and exaggerated which makes it absolutely amazing to watch. You can have a look at what it looks like:
Can you take a picture of us with your friend?
Holy guard (Sewadar) at Golden temple in Amritsar.
"Sri Harmandir Sahib is considered holy by Sikhs. The most holy text of Sikhism, the Guru Granth Sahib, is always present inside the Gurdwara. Its construction was mainly intended to build a place of worship for men and women from all walks of life and all religions to come and worship God equally."
Can we go on keep a trace on your memory card please?
The day after, auto-rikshaw to go back to the temple by day
Taking shelter in the shades
Resting in the shadow
2 frenchies about not to take the train.
We were supposed to jump in that train but the guy on the dock told us our seats were not actually booked for us... OK then, let's spend another night in Amritsar!
Our driver the morning after, going straight to Jaïpur, the capital of Rajasthan where we will spend 4 days.