- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... would have been easy. When the chair came around the wheel, we both plopped down. The chair dipped a little, making it hard for Leslie to pick up her legs. One of her legs caught slightly under the chair. Luckily, she was not injured, but it did cause her some pain.
Just to be clear, the Pindi Point chairlift is only intended for sightseeing. There is not an associated ski area there.
The ride up the side of ...
... 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 ...
... Obama ordered the death of the Al Qaeda leader. The Seal team 6 flew into Pakistan to invade his palace after months of investigating. Once they invaded the house, they killed a few others until they got to Bin Laden. As soon as they saw him, they shot him in the head, he was dead on the spot. After that, they flew him to a Navy aircraft carrier to do DNA test and ...
... 3 km hike to neelam village. It’s the Story of Rasheed that works as a cook and Laal Khan who is a courteous bell boy at the valley trekker’s hotel where we were staying.
Tanweer Jaan and Rasheed are among 35,000 people who fled their villages on the Indian side of the LOC in 1990, when a violent separatist insurgency broke out in Indian-administered Kashmir, the country's only Muslim majority state.
They crossed to the Pakistani side where they ...
Islamabad sightseeing and Uzbek Visa success!
So I'm chillin in Mansehra in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan at a pit stop on the bus to Gilgit-Baltistan, looking back at Islamabad.
Well Islamabad was quite a surprise. I was picturing it to be similar to Delhi, with loads of people, pollution, and noise. It turned out to be more of a suburban capital, with clean streets, business-like men and women, and lots of security everywhere. To blend in, ...