Travel Blogs from Pakistan

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Wot no Iran visa???, Gilgit, Northern Areas, Pakistan travel blog

Wot no Iran visa???

A travel blog entry by beats

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Those of you who have met me on the road will know that I was considering/planning to return to Europe by land via Iran. I had applied through an online agency (www.iranianvisa.com) they seemed optimistic at first, then it all slowed down then they ...

The Manchester of Pakistan, Faisalabad, Pakistan travel blog

The Manchester of Pakistan

A travel blog entry by beats

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... had threatened that the place that I would be visiting, Faisalabad, to watch a cricket test was known as "The Manchester of Pakistan". Why any place would want to liken itself to Manchester is beyond me, that any place would be unfortunate enough to be ...

Cold, Chitral, Pakistan travel blog

Cold

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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... lead down to the minibus station once again, as we wanted to go to the Kalash Valley. Home of the only non-muslim people in Pakistan. Jumped into one pretty quickly, and we were off. Eventually, the driver dumped us at the last stop, and we set off ...

Pakistani Snacks: Saddam Chips, Gilgit, Northern Areas, Pakistan travel blog

Pakistani Snacks: Saddam Chips

A travel blog entry by beats

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I just had to display these photos of real packets of Pakistani snacks: Shoukat Brothers Proudly Present Saddam ...

The Ministry of Silly Walks, Attari, India travel blog

The Ministry of Silly Walks

A travel blog entry by youngtravellers

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... ll see in the pictures all the amazingosity that is the Indian uniform and crazy high kicking.  Let me just mention Pakistan.  We were a little far away from them, but I espied some things.  Mostly they did the same thing, ...

Punji Pass Day 4 and a return to Gilgit, Ishkoman Proper, Northern Areas, Pakistan travel blog

Punji Pass Day 4 and a return to Gilgit

A travel blog entry by beats

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... talks to us on his aims to set up a country, Balawaristan, as a solution to the regional land ownership disputed between Pakistan and India. A wonderful contrast of looking at something then occurs. Martine, who is a Social Worker, says how nice that ...

The Pass, Peshawar, Pakistan travel blog

The Pass

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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... Turkman's place for dinner. He had some more Afghani friends, one who was called Abdul Qadir !!! I asked if he had played for Pakistan, he just laughed and said that he was a better bowler !!! Over dinner, the talk was cricket. In fact, we talked nothing ...

Pakistan Ends, Wagah, Pakistan travel blog

Pakistan Ends

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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Once again, we were on a mission. This time to Islamabad to pick up our passports with the Indian visas attached. Then onto Lahore and to the border as India was calling us. Up early, and grabbed a taxi to take us back to our hotel. We hung out doing ...

Lousy (in) Lahore, Lahore, Pakistan travel blog

Lousy (in) Lahore

A travel blog entry by dazzla

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... I'm fearful I'll clog the machine with mud when I wash them. If - and that's a mighty big if - I do come back to Pakistan I think I'll avoid the cities and head north to the Himalayas with my newly adoptive mother for the clean air. After two overseas ...

4 jours de voyage mouvementé (épisode 4), Quetta, Pakistan travel blog

4 jours de voyage mouvementé (épisode 4)

A travel blog entry by melindaoba

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Départ de Taftan à 16:00. Longueur du trajet jusqu'à Quetta : 650 km. Première info : volant à droite, conduite à gauche. Comme dans tous les pays où sont passés les Britanniques. Entre moi et le chauffeur, une sorte de banquette improvisée ...

And who is bearded man with the gun over there?, Gilgit, Pakistan travel blog

And who is bearded man with the gun over there?

A travel blog entry by tomandbecky

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Thomas: We spent a short time in Pakistan but it deserves a full entry here, not only the few lines we throw in the last time. Entering overland from China means travelling the Karakorum highway, an adventure itself. Karakorum means 'crumbling rock' ...

Rest Day, Sughet Jangal Chinese Base Camp, Pakistan travel blog

Rest Day

A travel blog entry by rachelkw

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I was up before the dawn. There was about an hour and half's light before the sun reached camp. The shadows shrinking down the wall of mountains opposite were moving fast enough to watch. A few wispy clouds huddled round the tops of the mountains to the ...

The Wanderers Return, Sughet Jangal Chinese Base Camp, Pakistan travel blog

The Wanderers Return

A travel blog entry by rachelkw

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When I shut my eyes I could see piles of camel dung or maybe strewn rocks on a floor of sand. This irregular polka-dot pattern was imprinted on the inside of my eyeballs in the same way that a tune becomes an earworm. Akbar claimed the group would return ...

Fotoalbum Karakorum, Karakorum, Pakistan travel blog

Fotoalbum Karakorum

A travel blog entry by roman

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Bilder aus dem Norden ...

Trip zum Nanga Parbat (Tagebuch), Karakorum, Pakistan travel blog

Trip zum Nanga Parbat (Tagebuch)

A travel blog entry by roman

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Auszüge aus meinem Reisetagebuch So, 18.6.00 Rama "Hast du Lust, morgen zum Nanga Parbat zu fahren?" fragte mich Roberto, ein Traveller aus dem Guest House in Gilgit gestern Abend, und schon sind wir unterwegs (stell dir vor, zu Hause fragt dich ...

Border Ceremony, Lahore, Pakistan travel blog

Border Ceremony

A travel blog entry by markwilliams84

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Lahore is on the east side of Pakistan, the capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab and is the second largest city in Pakistan after Karachi. I instantly liked the city and it had a nice vibe about it. I visited Lahore Fort which was built, damaged, ...

Preparing for Concordia/K2 base camp trek, Skardu, Pakistan travel blog

Preparing for Concordia/K2 base camp trek

A travel blog entry by markwilliams84

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... found it so hard to decide which ones, in the end It was quicker to just upload them all.   Before actually entering Pakistan I was having alot of trouble with getting my visa (as I applied in Chengdu, where I was caught in the earthquake. ...

Dropping like flys on Ice in the sky, Skardu, Pakistan travel blog

Dropping like flys on Ice in the sky

A travel blog entry by markwilliams84

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... craaazzzyy crazy bloody English!" He then told us some stories about an English guy he climbed Everest with before until a guy from Pakistan asked where Serbia was on the map, and was then intrigued about why is said Serbia and Montenegro, we then got a ...

Mr Stick goes to Dustville, Faisalabad, Pakistan travel blog

Mr Stick goes to Dustville

A travel blog entry by dazzla

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... grabbed a couple and threw them over, and then clocked a few on the back with his bamboo cane. Welcome to crowd control, Pakistan-style. I was then ushered through to the stand and took my seat with the other English fans. We were kept separated from ...

A bus, and the stunning town of Peshawar, Quetta, Peshawar, Lahore, Pakistan travel blog

A bus, and the stunning town of Peshawar

A travel blog entry by williebobs

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... 2003 - 20th December 2003) Ah smashing! As the huge and ridiculously over loaded 'bus' from Iran set off for Pakistan, passengers were doused in a mysterious petrol type liquid. There was panic as the driver climbed over and sampled it before safely ...

4 jours de voyage mouvementé (épisode 3), Taftan, Pakistan travel blog

4 jours de voyage mouvementé (épisode 3)

A travel blog entry by melindaoba

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... , n° de passeport et de visa, date, heure...). Entre parenthèses, c´est la seule frontière entre l´Iran et le Pakistan que peuvent emprunter les étrangers. Ceci fait, mon garde et moi avons marché un peu, à travers un terrain vague, pour rejoindre ...

Jhelum, Jhelum, Pakistan travel blog

Jhelum

A travel blog entry by melindaoba

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... pakistanais, elle est française née en Algérie. Ils partagent leur temps entre Paris, où ils ont un 'business' et le Pakistan où ils ont construit cette école qui accueille des enfants sourds et muets. Tout est gratuitement fourni aux élèves : ...

Interesting...., Attari-Wagah Border, Pakistan travel blog

Interesting....

A travel blog entry by dannyboy023

Atari-Wagah border, where India meets Pakistan ...

Blue Peter, Sughet Jangal Chinese Base Camp, Pakistan travel blog

Blue Peter

A travel blog entry by rachelkw

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The whole campsite was white. The camel herders disappeared early to lug supplies from wherever the King's Advanced Troupe were, to wherever they were going next, if indeed, they were going anywhere in the whiteout. I was confused as to where the camel ...

Islamabad, Islamabad, Pakistan travel blog

Islamabad

A travel blog entry by markwilliams84

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... my safety...or at least minimize the risks. If I did manage to get a visa, I would also need another visa to re-enter Pakistan which I was told could take up to a week. The Embassy in Islamabad would not issue me a visa without a letter of invitation ...

4 jours de voyage mouvementé (épisode 5 et fin), Islamabad, Pakistan travel blog

4 jours de voyage mouvementé (épisode 5 et fin)

A travel blog entry by melindaoba

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Samedi 17 Enfin dans le train ! Départ à 13:00 donc. Dernier wagon, numéro 9. Le trajet devait durer une trentaine d'heures. C'est impressionnant tout ce qu'on peut charger dans un wagon ! Quand je voyais ce qu'il restait sur le quai, je ne pensais ...

In Shallah oder die Kunst des Fragens (Erzählung), Karakorum, Pakistan travel blog

In Shallah oder die Kunst des Fragens (Erzählung)

A travel blog entry by roman

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Wieder einmal teilte sich der Weg und der Wanderer wusste nicht, welche der beiden Abzweigungen er wählen sollte. Ein Blick auf die Karte half auch nicht weiter, denn dafür war sie viel zu ungenau. Er war schon nahe daran, auf gut Glück eine der ...

Pakistan - The tribal area, Peshawar, Pakistan travel blog

Pakistan - The tribal area

A travel blog entry by watchtheworld

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The Kalash or Kalasha, are an ethnic group of the Hindu Kush, settling in the North-West Frontier Province of Pakistan. They speak the Kalash language, a member of the Dardic family. There is some controversy over what defines the ethnic ...

Bravery or Idiocy?, Lahore, Pakistan travel blog

Bravery or Idiocy?

A travel blog entry by christinasworld

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... . When you're in a bit of a hash haze around 1:00 in morning trapped against a wall surrounded by hundreds of men in Pakistan, several of whom just touched your ass, it's rather safe to say that you've been in better situations. Then the first song ...

The Manchester of Pakistan, Faisalabad, Pakistan travel blog

The Manchester of Pakistan

A travel blog entry by dazzla

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... with Al-Onso my Formula One driver he took me there for the equivalent for 20 pounds. Faisalabad is called the Manchester of Pakistan because they have at least two things in common: 1) it is the textile capital of the country (as was the original ...

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