Travel Blogs from Pakistan

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Sost, the last bit of Pakistan before China, Sost, Pakistan travel blog

Sost, the last bit of Pakistan before China

A travel blog entry by danialw

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... everyone is unique yet has a common theme for all humanity. I was quite intrigued by this and I thanked him by giving him some of my mulberries that I bought from a Wakhi woman on the spillway. So that's Pakistan, off to China! Till next time, ...

through multan to lahore, Lahore, Pakistan travel blog

through multan to lahore

A travel blog entry by durgai.nath

On the road through Multan we arrived in Lahore, which compared to what we had seen in Pakistan so far, was a real ...

Christmas in the cold heights of Hunza valley, Karimabad, Pakistan travel blog

Christmas in the cold heights of Hunza valley

A travel blog entry by koaclarck

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city tour, Islamabad, Pakistan travel blog

city tour

A travel blog entry by aarifhussain

beatiful city in the ...

The long road to Pakistan!, Karimabad, Pakistan travel blog

The long road to Pakistan!

A travel blog entry by johnnynomad

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... territory of Kashmir. Before leaving for our journey I knew very little about Kashmir or the ongoing conflict between India and Pakistan. Even though we never directly felt unsafe, when it comes to traveling in this part of the world there is never any ...

Boring..., Multan, Pakistan travel blog

Boring...

A travel blog entry by jtw000

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... anyway. We took a guy who worked there and were allowed to go to a restaurant for something to eat. We had some traditional Pakistan food which was delicious, really top stuff. After that the escort guy arranged to get us a few beers and he hung around ...

Shit town, Quetta, Pakistan travel blog

Shit town

A travel blog entry by jtw000

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10/11/11 We did nothing today but it was still interesting, for me at least. We woke up to the streets of Pakistan. Actually I woke up several times in the night o the drumming sound of heavy rain which made me think that the next day was going to be ...

Peshawar, au coeur de l'intégrisme musulman, Peshawar, Pakistan travel blog

Peshawar, au coeur de l'intégrisme musulman

A travel blog entry by z00b

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 continuons vers le sud, le long de la frontière Afghane, jusqu'à Peshawar.  région nord-ouest, est tout spécialement Peshawar, est décidément plus intégriste que le nord-est. Ici, fini les femmes non voilées et la Burka est très ...

Hunza Valley - Karimibad, Karimibad, Pakistan, Pakistan travel blog

Hunza Valley - Karimibad

A travel blog entry by johnkramer

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... a 2 day jeep drive with a very experienced driver. I had wanted to go there before. Around Chitral, in the far west of Pakistan, was an interesting minority group called the Kalasha people who are not muslim; the women are very open to outsiders and wear ...

Lahore-Multan-Quetta, Multan, Pakistan travel blog

Lahore-Multan-Quetta

A travel blog entry by koaclarck

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Trek du Rakaposhi Basecamp, Minapine, Pakistan travel blog

Trek du Rakaposhi Basecamp

A travel blog entry by z00b

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... trek est assez ennuyeuse et il fait CHAUD !!! Il faut dire que nous ne sommes qu'à 2500m, ce qui, en aout, et au Pakistan est trop bas.  Le chemain passe au milieux d'alpages et de pentes recouvertes de petites fleurs avant de passer une crète ...

Balochistan Zindabad, Dalbandin, Pakistan travel blog

Balochistan Zindabad

A travel blog entry by koaclarck

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Back in time., Nok Kundi, Pakistan travel blog

Back in time.

A travel blog entry by cimek

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... , plus 1.5h time difference, so we've left Iran about 1.30PM - not, as we planned, at the morning. First impression of Pakistan is like if you seat in time machine and jump 200 years backwards. If you are not prepared and believe XXI century is ...

Bomb, what bomb?, Islamabad, Pakistan travel blog

Bomb, what bomb?

A travel blog entry by vague-abonding

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... bombing of the Marriott hotel in Islamabad occurred whilst we were in Iran and immediately our otherwise innocent perceptions of Pakistan's capital warped into visions of a dark, dangerous and lawless city that was best avoided. It's slightly ...

Chitral et les Kailash Valley, Chitral, Pakistan travel blog

Chitral et les Kailash Valley

A travel blog entry by z00b

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... de route à travers les montagnes, en passant un col a 4300m, nous arrivons à Chitral, la ville la plus au nord ouest du Pakistan, tout près de l'afghanistan. Il n'y a pas grand chose à faire à Chitral même si ce n'est visiter sa petite mosquée et ...

Islamabad, Islamabad, Pakistan travel blog

Islamabad

A travel blog entry by banas

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One of the beautiful capital ...

Lahore, Lahore, Pakistan travel blog

Lahore

A travel blog entry by koaclarck

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Peshawar, Peshawar, Pakistan travel blog

Peshawar

A travel blog entry by koaclarck

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Islmabad, Islamabad, Pakistan travel blog

Islmabad

A travel blog entry by johnnynomad

India/Pakistan update coming ...

Into the Hunza valley, Hunza, Pakistan travel blog

Into the Hunza valley

A travel blog entry by vague-abonding

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... of the road from previous landslides providing a constant reminder of the dangers of travelling along this artery between Pakistan and China. The snapped axles of overturned trucks give an indication of the strains put upon these beautifully decorated ...

the tribe, fort munro, Pakistan travel blog

the tribe

A travel blog entry by durgai.nath

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A man we met on the road took us to his village.  Closed in walls the tiny grouped houses were crowded with women who are never allowed to leave those walls, NEVER.  One of them, 15 years old, had been married to the head tribe, a 80 year old widower. ...

Karachi, Karachi, Pakistan travel blog

Karachi

A travel blog entry by alibongo

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The Mughal capital, Lahore, Pakistan travel blog

The Mughal capital

A travel blog entry by koaclarck

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Head Scarves make your Head Melt & Dragoman Suck, Rawalpindi, Pakistan travel blog

Head Scarves make your Head Melt & Dragoman Suck

A travel blog entry by nikkiviper

hey all from a still very hot pakistan.  a couple of people have emailed me asking about where exactly im going or have been so if youre interested this link shows a map of the route that im doing on this truck and all the places we stop and ...

Abdul's Advances, Sughet Jangal Chinese Base Camp, Pakistan travel blog

Abdul's Advances

A travel blog entry by rachelkw

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There was a lot of sorting and sifting though bags, packing and re-packing, ready for the ascent to Pakistani/ Italian/ Korean/ Advanced/ whatever base camp. There were so many names floating around, I was having trouble remembering which order they ...

Horse!, Karakorum Highway, China travel blog

Horse!

A travel blog entry by ninedeuce

Yesterday I hired a taxi to take me to Karakul Lake, which lies on the Karakorum Highway that connects China and Pakistan and passes through the Kunlun and Pamir mountain ranges.  The lake is about 100 miles from Pakistan, so it wasn't really all ...

KKH - KaraKoram Highway, Passu, Pakistan travel blog

KKH - KaraKoram Highway

A travel blog entry by markwilliams84

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... and security Terrorism & Sectarian Violence There is a high threat from terrorism and sectarian violence throughout Pakistan. Since January 2007, there has been a series of attacks and suicide bombings targeted predominantly at the authorities ...

Lahore, Lahore, Pakistan travel blog

Lahore

A travel blog entry by dunnsage

We were met at the border by our guide Shigri who gave Maggi a bunch of beautiful flowers and rescued us from the heat with an AC car, which was at our disposal to tour Lahore. While we were waiting, we met a couple of English girls, Liz and Rachel, ...

Wagah border ceremony, Wagah, Pakistan travel blog

Wagah border ceremony

A travel blog entry by dunnsage

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... Python, followed with high stepping marches to the border line with the briefest of handshakes, disdainful faces amidst a cacophony of 'Pakistan" and Allah lead by 2 cheerleaders. Although there were 3 times as many people on the Indian side, it ...

Eagle's Nest, Duikar, Pakistan travel blog

Eagle's Nest

A travel blog entry by dunnsage

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We drove up another bumpy and steep jeep track to Duikar and the Eagle's nest hotel, perched high up the mountainside. We had heard that it was 1 of the best places to stay and the views were superb. Luckily the clouds cleared enough for us to view a ...

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