Islamabad Serena Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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After a breakfast of fresh guava juice and an omelet we went to the healing centre (THT) for a 3 hour meeting with the Executive. Then lunch with the Rotary Club of Islamabad Cosmopolitan. They meet at the Marriott Hotel near the Red Zone (high security area where parliament is). The Marriott was bombed ...
... us as we headed off into Rawalpindi, the sister city of the capital and onto our now very familiar Hunza Embassy Lodge in the leafier parts of downtown Islamabad. And once again, we felt like we were home - and with family. Since our first visit to Pakistan in 2009, Ishaq Ali and his cousin Sadruddin Ali have been wonderful agents, providing great service and who now we regard as being part of our family. It has always been strange that ...
... beginning, finding it uninteresting and boring. Even there I spent some time looking for a room, as the quotes in my guide book were pretty out of date. There is a significant inflation in Pakistan. Tired and hungry I finally checked in and had dinner.
I have no pictures of Islamabad, simply didn’t come across anything worth a shot, perhaps on my way down the Karakoram Highway (KKH) I’ll stop over here again.
... who God created from clay by saying--"Be"..."and he was" (3:59). According to the Koran, God asked the angels to prostrate before Adam, who was given free will. Iblis (Satan) refused to prostrate, thinking himself superior, so God cast him to hell. Satan then says that he will lead man astray; God responds by saying that if man follows Satan, they will go to hell. Satan then tempts Adam and Eve into eating from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, and the ...
... all explored the ruins of Sirkap.
Some of the group climbed the hill to visit the ancient Buddhist monastery.
Wiz, Jan, Jean and the 2 of us sat and chatted at the bottom of the hill in the shade of some trees. Just enjoyed the peace and quiet. Nice cool breezes. Koel – bird song. Lovely.
It took about an hour to drive from there into Islamabad – rush hour traffic.