probably the second most popular tourist attraction in Amritsar. We got to the ceremonial closing of Wagah border (India-Pakistan) for Rs 100 each with ‘shared’ transport. That meant 10 people in one rickshaw ๐Ÿ™‚ This was a very interesting and patriotic show everyone visiting Amritsar must see. Bring a hat and water as the trip is 6 hours long! And the last day we spent in the bed and on the toilet. Both of us. You know what they say – Sharing is caring! And another unpleasant thing…

Pushkar is very much alive with the tourist season blooming. But soon it will get too hot (they say up to 60C), tourists won’t come and then most of the hotels, shops and restaurants will close. Things to do in Pushkarย : – wander around the shops and get yourself some nice pants, crazy shirts, glittery bangles, souvenirs,perfumes or books – get a tattoo (or you can go with temporary henna tattoo-get it done or if you’re feeling artsy, buy henna and make it yourself) – learn an instrument…

You’re probably wondering why the fudge we named our blog I Need Toilet Paper ๐Ÿ™‚ Well the thing is we’re going on a trip around Aisa. For a while. Who knows where we’ll sleep. And who knows what we’ll eat. Who knows where we’ll p**p ๐Ÿ˜€ I’m certain we’ll eat loads of good food but i’m also sure we’ll soon get food poisonong … Or 10. Mic will tell you about his happiest moment travelling India. Let me just say it was more than 50 hours train ride,…