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... than on quality. They're a lot more like baby toys than actual binocular. That's where compact binoculars appear in. You're able to find not too expensive compact binocular that are small and light enough for your children, however that provide the same grade as standard binocular so they don't be losing finding the wonders of nature. And furthermore, as a number of them are very well valued, if your child breaks or loses them, it is ...
... in five minutes. Not a very reassuring message but I guess both cities do start with an "I". And of course, in fairness, English was not her first language.
Benazir Bhutto International Airport is not a great introduction to Pakistan. Not only was Ms Bhutto, the once vibrant and hopeful leader of the nation tragically murdered, but the airport and its surrounds are truly depressing. And the airport is totally dysfunctional. Touching ...
... Clearly they don’t see too many white people aboard Shaheen Air! I’m definitely sticking out like a bright light in the middle of the ocean at night.
We landed at 2:31 p.m. on ISB Runway 30. This airport is quite small for the capital of one of the world’s most populous countries. There is just one runway (12/30) and no taxiways, so we made a U-turn at the end of the runway and taxied back to the small terminal. Arrival was four minutes early at ...
... had not been experienced in yester years. We crossed many a hidden crevasses and jumped over somewhat wide-opened glacial gulleys. We enjoyed our life’s most extravagant Coke which did cost us around 735 PKR. No one even felt the 6000m plus stature of Laila Peak 6200m while marching towards Khuspang. It is worthy to note Laila Peak may be viewed easily in normal weather conditions. Every rock every stone was like freezing ice against ...
... air port, meeting with our guide, transfer to the hotel
Day 02: Meeting with liaison officer and formalities at the Ministry of Tourism
Day 03: Drive to Chilas, overnight at hotel
Day 04: Drive to Rahikot bridge then transfer to local jeeps to Tato and trek to Fairy Meadow/camp
Day 05: Trek to Bayel /camp
Day 06: Trek to Nanga Parbat Base Camp
Day 07 –38: climbing activities
Day 39: Trek back to Fairy Meadow/tent
Day 40: Trek ...