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Simon and I got called in for some secret operation. They say we're looking for 'Target Nexus', whatever that is. We just found a shiny stone as a souvenir. Oh! I should explain. Simon and I are veterans, though we have nothing to do, until they call us back again. This is our first place of ...
My timing couldn't be any better! It's wedding time here for Jo-jo (her real name is Jovaria but we all call her Jo-jo for short) in Peshawar, Pakistan. She is from the Aftab family, a prominent political family here in Peshawar. Since experiencing the first two days of a Pakistani wedding, all I can say is this: you haven't partied until you've been to one of these! These weddings last about five days, and these people know how to party. ...
Lahore is a bustling and very hot city. After having explored the old city for one day with Sam, a German guy I met at the hostel, I went the next day to Wagah, at the border between Pakistan and India, to assist to the closing-of-the-border ceremony. Since independence of Pakistan in 1947, the border line between Pakistan and India has always been a point of discord, highlighted by the Kashmir dispute. This ceremony is supposed to show in a comical way the dead serious ...
... 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 ...
... It was good to see the others again and catch up on the days I'd missed. They were in a basic but good hostel with hot water, a courtyard to enjoy the sun and dry washing and a friendly manager we called 'baba' who only spoke a few words in English but chatted away in Pashto and loved it when I tried to learn Urdu! Nearby was a fantastic bakery and a supermarket and it was a nice change to get a few 'treats'. While we ...
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