20 November 2011, Shepherd’s Bush Gurdwara
Khalsa Jatha UK
On Sunday 20 November I got up at 5.30 am, did ishnan and path and then went with Jaswinder Kaur to the Southall Park Avenue Singh Sabha to listen to Asa di Var. It was quite foggy, and the it remained foggy all day.
After the Asa di Var I went to the langar and found my good friend Joseph there. I had cha and nasta and we talked to each other. I went back home with Jaswinder Kaur, worked on emails and blog and at about 11 am went to catch the 140 bus to Northolt and the 282 from there to Northwood Iron Bridge, to join John and Morfud Wise and Bharti Tailor for (vegetarian) Sunday lunch.
It was not till 4 pm that we got up from the table, having had nice food and good conversations.
I took the Metropolitan line to Moorgate, hoping to see one of the new trains that are being introduced on this service. I did see two but did not get a chance to take a decent picture of them.
After Moorgate I made my way to Shepherd’s Bush Gurdwara where I met many people, like Gurpreet Singh Anand and Joseph. I went home in time to say goodby to Amrik Singh before he got to bed, as he was on early duty at Heathrow.
Monday i had a quite morning, was taken by Jaspreet Kaur and Jaswinder Kaur to the Hayes and Harlington station, and made my way from there to Sint-Truiden without any delay. There was some fog both at the English and French side of the channel, but this had no adverse effect on my journey.
Hayes and Harlington – Paddington
First Great Western
Paddington – St Pancras
TfL Circle Line
St Pancras – Brussel Zuid
Brussel Zuid – Sint-Truiden
21 November 2011, Going back to Belgium
St Pancras International station