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... The entire family of the bride comes over (girls only) and basically has a henna party. They have professional henna artists come and do insanely intricate designs all over the bride's arms, palms, and hands. Of course, as guests we can request any design we want, but our henna can't cover our arms and feet like the bride's henna. For us, we did henna just on the palms and hands. Those henna artists were so fast and they went over the designs with ...
We immediately liked Peshawar – the air was cool and clean and sky blue again. Arriving in the city, the fort stud out prominently, still being the headquarter of the police and army – so a no go zone.
The city has a relaxed feeling even though the bazaars were busier and a buzz as everyone was getting prepared for the upcoming important celebrations of Eid-Al-Adha. Every ...
... experience to enter China following the mystic Karakoram Highway and crossing the Khunjerab Pass, that links Pakistan and China (open only during summer).
I thought it would be straightforward enough to get a Chinese visa in Islamabad, so the first day, I simply showed up at the embassy with my passport and a photo. I was asked to come back the day after with a couple more documents (bank statement, hotels reservation, intended itinerary…). But ...
... place to hang around – at the back it was too smoky from the exhaust fumes, I front too risky as the bus could move forward any time (we stopped in a downhill position), on one side a steep valley just ca half a meter off the road and on the other side rolling stones danger.
In Rawalpindi (Islamabad’s twin) we safely arrived at 5am. I failed to find a reasonable room again (mostly hotels wouldn’t accept foreigners), so ...
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Khyber Rd, Peshawar | 4 star hotelfrom $190