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... did get all of our luggage.
We walked from the baggage area into the chill of the early morning Pakistani air. There were people everywhere. We spotted several Embassy vehicles waiting at the curb. We headed that way. Just as we were ready to load into one, my new boss introduced himself. Instead of getting in those vehicles, we walked with him across a parking lot to a different Embassy vehicle. We loaded ...
... was next to impossible. We went to lake Saif-Ul-Mulk, which was five thousand meters above sea level. When we started climbing, we saw very clearly how much energy it took to climb, and if we fell, we would be falling......... and falling. There was a long way to fall.
There was a man, and he showed us how to climb. First ankle, then foot, and then climb.
We bought a brochure to determine where to go next, but then the weather turned bad. And when I say ...
Thursday, November 15, 2012
As of right now, I am at some market in Abbotabad eating. I just got here a few hours ago. It is 1:35 PM their time, most people should still be in bed in America at this time. It has definitely been a change. My plans for the rest of the day is to go visit the palace that Osama bin Laden was killed at. I ...
... always start with that cold breeze that touches you as soon as you get on Neelam road from Muzafarabad and stays with you till the end. It will, as it must, talk of the beauty of the land – of the presence of the Himalayas in every frame, and the streams that always run parallel to our car throughout the trip. It will talk of the apple orchards and the corn fields that you read about in your Lonely Planet Guide, but it must also talk of the other side of the coin the ...
... Jinnah and Muhammad Iqbal.
One quote in particular by Jinnah summarized his view for the necessity of Pakistan, "It is extremely difficult to appreciate why our Hindu friends fail to understand the real nature of Islam and Hinduism. They are not religions in the strict sense of the word, but are, in fact, different and distinct social orders; and it is a dream that the Hindus and Muslims can ever evolve a common nationality; and this misconception of one ...