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There is a strange feeling you get when you leave your house.. Or should I say country. Excitement passes through me like volts of electricity as I wait at the Islamabad International Airport. So many strangers with so many stories, who should I focus on? The man in teal shalwar kameez who wouldn't stop jittering or the girl in turquoise who just had ...
... our travel agent in Pakistan of my last (precious) travelogue book was safely packed in my check in luggage. In the frenzy, one poor young man ahead of us left his wallet and passport on a ledge near the luggage conveyor. Fortunately we noticed it and finally found him, but then he had to make his way back through the mad security and horror movie staff to collect them. His relief when he finally retrieved his belongings made our day.
... last settlement in East from Skardu at 140kms. We were the only Pakistani group heading towards other way off the Askole road that led to Askole and ultimately to Concordia via Baltoro Glacier. Enroute to Hushe, through sand dunes and crossing Shigar valley, we entered to Khapulu, that used to be a geographically significant kingdom of Polulu in ancient times. The road to Sia Chen Glacier led from Khapulu along with Shyok rover.
... The German Fateful Mountain. This mountain was successfully climbed first time by this route in 1953 by the distinguished mountaineer Mr. Hermann Buhl from Austria, was a member of the German- Austrian Expedition leaded by Dr. Kar herlighoffer.
DIAMIR FACE, which is West or Northwest Face that is rocky in the beginning. It converts itself into ice fields around Nanga Parbat Peak. It was first climbed by this route by the another German Expedition 1962 by the ...
... to resist earthquakes. Some men were working to restore some of the stone walls and we stopped for a glass of hot, sweet green tea with them. The afternoon arrived quickly and we prepared to go our separate ways - V & S were catching a train to Lahore and I went to find a bus to Islamabad - It was sad to say goodbye and strange to start off on my own again but I was also excited by my next plans so with hugs and smiles we left each other for our next adventures. ...