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We finished the training and the assistant commissioner from the Australian Embassy attended lunch and awarded the certificates. Mowadat arranged for a special music evening with a tribesman palling the Pungi, a double flute which employs circular breathing with no pauses in my honour. I have attached a short ...
Chaos is probably the best way to describe our experiences at the somewhat third world airport. An ancient, filthy dust coated bus eventually took us across the tarmac from our plane and into Customs. No-one had been given Customs forms on our incoming flight so it was rather a frenzy to obtain a form and fill out the usual bureaucratic details. Alan's form was totally different from mine but we filled them out anyway. Signage for ...
... and delighted to see our old friend and travel agent Ishaq Ali and his cousin Sadruddin in the foyer area to greet us. It had been two years since our last travels to Pakistan and I must say that as before, it felt curiously like coming home. Alan felt the same way. We sped out toward our Hunza Embassy Lodge hotel and even in the darkness, the sights and sounds looked strangely familiar.
On entering the road of the lodge we were suddenly stopped by ...
... overnight at hotel
Day 04: Drive to Astore- Tarshing / tent or hotel
Day 05: Preparation of the trek to base camp /camp or hotel
Day 06: Trek to Herrligkoffer Base Camp
Day 07 –38: climbing activities
Day 39: Trek back to Trashing /tent or hotel
Day 40: Drive to Chilas/hotel
Day 41: Continue to Islamabad/hotel
Day 42 : Ministry formalities at Islamabad
Day 43: Departure from Islamabad (drop to the airport)