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It is my last day, I will be leaving at 3:00 am tomorrow. First, back to PTV for another make up job and to be interviewed by the two cheerful hosts of the morning show. It took most of the day as to was recorded. Shazia, the driver and I stopped by the Metro market on the way home. A Pakistani version of Costco, it had food, refrigerators and ...
... East. US drones were continuing to kill people in Waziristan including second in charge and virtual Ambassador for Al Qaeda Abu Yahya al-Libi, adding to the continued tension over drones between the US and Pakistan, Lahore railway station was bombed, the Syrian crisis was hotting up and a Pakistani airlines plane crash near Islamabad killed all 127 passengers on board. And, of course, it was one year almost since the assassination of Osama ...
... thrift while laughing, talking, eating and moving around. Robed like ESKIMOS, we were not enjoying our so-called comfy sleeping bags as our own exhaling turned instantly into snow powder.
Next day proved to be a leisure day as we wanted to be acclimatized with such altitude and weather conditions no matter how severe those were. Our plan was to leave Khuspang at 9pm and hiked for roughly 1200m altitude in 10-12 hrs upto Gondogoro La ...
... OF THE ASCENTS ON NANGA PARBAT:
- 1895 Albert F. Mummery from Britain died during his attempt to climb Nanga Parbat from the Diamir (West) face.
- 1934 Several mountaineers die during German expedition in a snowstorm
- 1937 An avalanche killed 16 mountaineers (including 9 Sherpas) of a German expedition.
- 1953 Herman Buhl reaches the summit. The expedition was the first led by Herrligkoffer.
- 1962 ...
... to resist earthquakes. Some men were working to restore some of the stone walls and we stopped for a glass of hot, sweet green tea with them. The afternoon arrived quickly and we prepared to go our separate ways - V & S were catching a train to Lahore and I went to find a bus to Islamabad - It was sad to say goodbye and strange to start off on my own again but I was also excited by my next plans so with hugs and smiles we left each other for our next adventures. ...
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