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October 2, 2007
We paid 190RP for our train tickets to Peshawar. That's $3.17 for both of us. It wasn't as nice as the train from Lahore to Rawalpindi but it got us here. The trip only took a bit over 3 ½ hrs. If you are traveling Pakistan by rail our advice is to just ask the clerk for the best seat they have to wherever …
... chairlift had stopped a couple of hundred feet below the road.
The top of the stairs emptied out into an arcade type area. There were people selling food and water. Others manned booths with games. Another group held onto several white horses. The area bustled with tourists.
Some of the housing we encountered appeared abandoned, but in fact, people did live in them. There was a real feeling of ...
As soon as I entered, the first thing I noticed was the cold. Then the scenery came, and how beautiful was it! It was covered in snow. The huge boulder like mountains, and the glaciers were completely topped with snow. From far away, it looked like vanilla ice-cream. But, we had more important things to think about, rather than talk about ice-cream.
But how steep was it! We saw a few people and some mountain-goats climbing the mountain, and to ...
... lives and poor river dividing families over two decades.
Despite Natural Beauty Neelam desperately depends on farming and tourism to make daily ends meet. It is a story of Tanweer Jaan who is 45, standing just minutes away from the house, he hasn't been in 32 years. That's because the divide here runs deeper than the river, and he's standing on the wrong side of it. It is also the story of Fahad, that young boy of Keran, whose job is to seat tourists and guide them ...
... Jinnah and Muhammad Iqbal.
One quote in particular by Jinnah summarized his view for the necessity of Pakistan, "It is extremely difficult to appreciate why our Hindu friends fail to understand the real nature of Islam and Hinduism. They are not religions in the strict sense of the word, but are, in fact, different and distinct social orders; and it is a dream that the Hindus and Muslims can ever evolve a common nationality; and this misconception of one ...