BEST WESTERN Regency Hotel
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... the opportunity to see some fantastic views from the plane. Be sure to get a window seat. When you get where you are going, compact binocular are nice to have for sightseeing. Since they're more compact than typical binocular, they're also lighter, so they probably will not be a difficulty to carry while you are traveling a new city.
So as to make things even easier, find a pair that accompanies a binocular neck strap, or purchase ...
... skyline, the tallest we assumed was Rakaposhi. We also thought we saw through the clouds the enormous jagged knife of our favourite peak Lady Finger. Our flight then took us over the Indus River winding through the Hunza Valley of Gilgit Baltistan on its long determined journey to the Indian Ocean. It was truly breath taking.
We were somewhat disappointed however when the lush green fringes of the Hunza Valley gave way to dust hazed, ...
... 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 ...
... own society this was difficult to accept, but it was offence to refuse. We spent a couple of days in 'Pindi', looking at the beautifully decorated Suzuki people carriers, and at the shops and stalls selling all kinds of things. We got prepared for the cold weather and brought simple army thermal tops and a small gas heater - for around £7 this gas bottle and heating element would be invaluable in ...