Hotel Depapae (INTL)
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... br> It's almost funny the way announcements are being made. My guess is that the person announcing it is either underwater or getting suffocated or both because its impossible to understand him.
I cannot wait to be blown away by the architecture and scenic beauty of Europe.
See you soon Pakistan. I'll miss you, my family and the amazing spicy ...
... flag. The Urdu phrase near his head translated to "Heart Heart Pakistan."
When we made it back to the top of the stairs, Leslie told the tour organizer of the troubles she encountered with the chairlift on the way up. She asked if the chairlift could slow down when we got on and off the chair. Climbing down the stairs, we saw a sign that had an awful lot of Urdu and then one word in English, “Rescue.” ...
... with some beer and although it was early morning, decided that we needed some cheering up. Oh goodie, the fridge was turned off. We drank the beer anyway. And ate the rancid peanuts.... What a fiasco.
The scenery our flight took us over from Urumqi was spectacular. We crossed the snow covered peaks of the Tian Shan mountain range and then over what we thought must be the remote high country of Kyrgyzstan. Picturesque green suede ...
... rock falls, and we did it in a style in a RAPID-FIRE style.
The road doesn’t get any easier...
but more and more you learn to appreciate
all you’ve been given to overcome
the battles ahead.
It took us 35 minutes to cross the glacier and an hour more to reach beautiful and lush campsite of Dalsangpa (4150m) “Field of Flowers”. We had our views of notorious Masherbrum Pass which has not ...
... and delighted to see our old friend and travel agent Ishaq Ali and his cousin Sadruddin in the foyer area to greet us. It had been two years since our last travels to Pakistan and I must say that as before, it felt curiously like coming home. Alan felt the same way. We sped out toward our Hunza Embassy Lodge hotel and even in the darkness, the sights and sounds looked strangely familiar.
On entering the road of the lodge we were suddenly stopped by ...
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