Legacy Homes

Address: C110, Block-2, Karachi, 75600, Pakistan | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLegacy Homes Karachi

Reviewed by iread

fun at legacy

Reviewed Aug 31, 2013
by (1 review) , Pakistan Flag of Pakistan

good stay at legacy home. fun people and loads of fun. you should go there. i am an idiot too, thats okay we all have some where to go

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Travel Blogs from Karachi

Day 3

A travel blog entry by grace.kefer on Nov 18, 2012

5 comments

... of the university setting. Their children, Malika and Mohamed, who are almost the same age as Clint and Danny, were delightful and well-spoken. It was interesting hearing about life in Karachi as a teenager and student. In some ways, not so different from being a kid here in the US. We all headed over to the Sunday bazaar together which is a large outdoor market with local vendors selling everything from fruits and vegetables, ...

Karachi

A travel blog entry by tollemutti on Nov 17, 2011

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I was told that this city is different from the rest of the country; like how New York is to the rest of the US....I can't say that I agree. This city looked to me like how most western people would imagine Pakistan to look. Still met some really great people :)
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The best shower and sleep during my trip!

A travel blog entry by dprlsf on Dec 10, 2010

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... those who have limited travel funds. The feedback the guests and hosts leave for one another seems like both sides have a lot of fun.

I decided to step outside my comfort zone and try it. So, a few weeks prior to my departure for Asia, I sent a "couch request" to Jerry, an American currently teaching in Karachi. He accepted right away, so I had a couch to sleep on for my two nights in the city. Since Jerry is ...

Goddess or shit?

A travel blog entry by robertasiapac on May 19, 2010

5 comments, 5 photos

... go, and nowhere more than in Esfahan, the longest stop on our tour. Just simple things like having tea by one of the city's famous bridges has brought us into contact with local people with no hidden agendas, just an eagerness to make strangers feel at home in their country. Amongst all the wonder and amazement has been the odd giggle too, not least about our group leader's name. Anne sounds ...

Journey to Mirpurkhas

A travel blog entry by shahpoto on Aug 06, 2009

6 comments, 8 photos

... from Hyderabad city, take central Jail road and turn right along Phuleli Canal. You may face a little hindrance through this road due to the construction work in progress for fly over. However, there is an alternate road, directions to which can be asked from any local resident or shop keeper.

Now you are at Hyd-Mpk road and one hour away from your destination. Slow down your speed as this one hour is worth ...

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