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... of dealing with queues - or lack of. And they always do it with a smile. Amazing.
The last security check involved all of us taking off shoes, belts, jackets etc and placing them with our hand held luggage onto a conveyor belt before passing through yet another x-ray machine, followed by a pretty hefty and rather personal body search. By the time we went through, all the clothing and luggage had piled up and was falling off the ...
... to ISB. We took off on Runway 12R at 10:51 after taxiing by an Emirates Airbus 380. The time change to Pakistan is one hour forward, so it’s now 11:51 a.m.
It was difficult to see any of Dubai below as we climbed toward the Persian Gulf and across to Iran. It was so dusty. Lunch was served at 12:35 p.m. – chicken biryani with a square of bread and some sort of yogurt with cumin (I did not care for the yogurt, but the rest was good). I had 7-Up to drink. ...
... La Trek happened early July this year. Chalked out the daring plan of 7 days, archived resources, pulled up the socks and got lost. Instead of spending mere 55 minutes in plane, more than 1 & ½ days of ours were lapsed on N-35 (Karakorum Highway; 8th wonder of the world) which kept reminding us that the 1300 kms long engineering wonder, during its construction, took 1 life per km of every Chinese or Pakistani engineer.
... has claimed more lives than any of the mountain in the Karakorum and the Himalayas thus became the most murderous peak in the world and always been associated with tragedies and tribulations until it was climbed in 1953. Therefore, it has the reputation of the “KILLER MOUNTAIN” and also re-known by this name.
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The Nanga Parbat main peak has a height of 8125M/26660 feet and has three vast faces forming threes, ...