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Apologies for the delay in writing this blog- so much has happened in the last few weeks that it s difficult to get my head around everything - let alone communicate it with you. So, roughly three weeks ago we welcomed 43 cyclists to Kawai- they were busy taking part in trial runs, eating good food and getting used to Pakistan before the three- day weekend race. I was asking the cyclists a few questions here and there in preparation to write the ...
... my flat mate Maia has answered the door and given him an answer in fluent Urdu. After which she reminds me that the Taliban probably wouldn t knock or excuse themselves. Over tiredness and lack of knowledge can play dangerously on my mind - even though this place couldn't be more secure and the vast majority of people so far have been warm and intensely welcoming, I wish I was a bit less stupid sometimes. So on the night Eid begins I can begin to tell you a little more ...
... villages then gave way to barren red desert country, the contorted geological formations evidence of past and present restless seismological activity.
We were crossing over the snow capped Karakoram Ranges of northern Pakistan when the flight personnel announced that in a few minutes we would be flying over Mount Rakaposhi. To our delight, huge snow covered spires rose majestically against an azure skyline, the tallest we assumed ...
... Also, the Internet here keeps disconnecting and the power has gone off at least three times (though it did come back on pretty quickly each time; it looks like Steve has a diesel generator outside). Yargh. :-(
I put my laptop away at 8:01 because it was getting too frustrating to try to upload my blog and just watch the icon spinning around and timing out. I started another load of laundry and then Steve arrived home at 8:25. We both changed clothes and then ...
... The gun was pump action (made in Turkey). Loved the sound of rapid fire. We will be trying AK 47's and Klashenkoves in village. My dad was kinda mad that we fired guns at 3 am and that neighbours would wake up and call police. My brother in-law Jamal is a wild man, he doesn't care. Anyhoo, we were hungry so drove to downtown and went to Domino pizza. The menu is completely different and pizzas were delicious. We ...
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