Hotel Depapae (INTL)
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... Islamabad and I feel safe here but felt much more 'at home' in Kawai. We re currently waiting for confirmation that it s safe to go back. Even though the threat was made against the race, not the school, the issue is being taken very seriously and I won t be going back unless the Trust is convinced of our safety. In the meantime, I m working in an office, eating too many carbs and spending too much time online. Familiarity. I hope you re all happy and ...
... was beautifully appointed. The rooms were spotlessly clean and we actually had electricity for our whole stay.
Ishaq Ali met us that evening and the four of us dined at the Papasalli Italian restaurant. The food was very good and it was wonderful to enjoy our meal with good friends. We were surprised however at the number of badly behaved children that were with their parents in this very swish restaurant. The noise ...
NANGA PARBAT 8125M CLIMBING EXPEDITION PAKISTAN
Nanga Parbat means "Naked Mountain" and alternative name is "Diamir Peak" that means "The King of the Mountains" is the 2nd highest peak in Pakistan after the mount K-2 and 9th position in the world, located at the furthermost Western end of the Himalayas, where the range of Himalayan mountain ends and Karakorum starts and it is the Western end pillar of the Himalayas. The central Himalayas are located in Nepal, while ...
... but a surprise came. They wouldn’t accept me due to a stamp by my visa in the passport, preventing me from staying in military cantonment. As I found out, all the cheap lodges conveniently located in the downtown were in a military cantonment zone. Angry I walked few kilometers up the town, but all hotels I checked were either expensive or full (local way of saying we don’t accept foreigners). Even angrier I ...
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