The first time I went to India, in January of 2018, I spent 18 days visiting seven incredible cities: Delhi, Agra, Lucknow, Varanasi, Jaipur and Mumbai. During my time in those cities, I fell in love with Indian culture and food, as well as the people, so I vowed to go back. Eleven months later, in November, I embarked upon another epic trip to seven more cities in this beautiful and charming country. This time, I went with my friend Sam, and we set out to explore as much of India as we possibly could in 18 days.
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With our 72 hours in the second city of our trip, Hyderabad, coming to a close, it was time for me and Sam to start the next chapter of our India trip, which would take place in the northern city of Amritsar. Come along with us as we make the journey from Hyderabad to Amritsar on IndiGo Airlines!
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With all of our things packed up, Sam and I requested an Uber from our Airbnb, The Purple Door, to the airport. I couldn’t wait to get to Amritsar and see its famous Golden Temple. Sam visited it back in 2010 and said it was his favorite attraction in all of India, so I was stoked that I’d be visiting it very soon. As we rode to the airport, Sam and I recapped our incredible adventures in Hyderabad, which included monstrous dosas, mouthwatering biryanis, Italian-inspired pizza dosas, and an incredible, authentic southern Indian Thali!
We made it to the Hyderabad airport and met some really friendly people there who asked us for selfies, including some airport staff members! The airport check-in process was super smooth and there were barely any people there because Diwali was being celebrated at the time. The airport itself is beautiful, and has lots of shops and restaurants. We kicked back with a couple of Kingfisher beers and samosas with green chilies. The beers were light and refreshing and the samosas were stuffed with a delicious potato and green pea filling. Then we stopped for some sweet, thick figs on our way to our gate.
After a super smooth, 3.5 hour flight, we were on the ground in Amritsar! But because it was during Diwali and 11 p.m., we kind of found ourselves stranded with no Uber available! As we waited outside, we could smell and hear the fireworks that were being set off in celebrations around the city. While we waited, we met a couple of really friendly Sikh men, who offered to wrap my head in a traditional turban. They were so warm and welcoming, and I was surprised when I found out that they were gifting me the turban!
Luckily, I was able to contact my Airbnb host, who sent a taxi to the airport to pick us up. Our taxi driver practically flew through the streets of Amritsar, and we could barely see anything because of all of the fireworks smoke from the Festival of Lights! And finally, after a long, but fun, evening and night of traveling, we finally made it to our Airbnb.
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