Islamabad Serena Hotel
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... was down, we walked to a small home about 100 meters from the chairlift. We sat with the others in the dining room and ate the lunch we purchased earlier.
Our next stop was Kashmir Point. Our stop there called for a train ride. The engine of the “train” is actually a tractor made to look like a train engine.
When we arrived, the small square was bustling with people. A young boy with a hawk on a ...
... shrugged his shoulders and told us that it was quite normal for Islamabad.
To our delight Ishaq Ali and Sadruddin had changed our accommodation in Islamabad to the very lovely Chancery Executive Guest House. Although it was located right on a busy intersection, we later laughed that we were more concerned about whether we had air conditioning than being a terrorist target! The Chancery had recently been ...
... began to feel a bit brighter about our stay in Pakistan.
Ishaq Ali was right. Islamabad International Airport looked calm enough. Probably too calm. When we were last there in 2009 for our flight out to Urumqi, China, the airport had been absolutely chaotic with literally thousands of people pushing in every direction and frenetic queuing procedures. We arrived from our Dubai flight around 9.30 pm and the airport was eerily dead quiet.
... A's treat and he really wanted me to enjoy it so I pulled myself together. Only one small incident on the way - for the first time ever a couple of police did a check on the way and asked to search my bag. I had in there two knives I'd brought in Dir (which is famous for them) and even though they were wrapped and taped in newspaper it took a while to convince them I was a tourist and that they were simply souvenirs. Apart from inconvenience of emptying my bag and ...