Islamabad Marriott Hotel
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... even on a somewhat cloudy day. Always make sure to bring plenty of water. During the warmer months, we generally go through 2 liters of water per person. Know how long your hike will take and bring the appropriate amount of food and water, PLUS additional nutrition such as high caloric energy bars, just in case the hike takes longer than you had anticipated. . Bring a small first aid kit (a small, sealable plastic bag will do nicely). At a minimum, your kit should ...
... pleasant and convenient base for us, but there is nothing pleasant nor convenient about the international airport terminal where flights depart for Pakistan and Central Asia. It is always frenetic, poorly organised and the faceless staff appear to be hand picked from horror movies. Furthermore, the prison like terminal building is badly sign posted (if not at all) and the facilities even in the Business Lounge are simply awful.
... amp; Joice "B for BANJARAAS" stepped into wilderness and the places of eternity. We pinned each and every fear, threat and ****-call and got what we did dream for :)
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It takes 1 year of planning, innumerous "DON'T TRY IT" advices from trekking community, the worst experience with PIA’s ...
... Gilgit River and the homonyms town. The Nanga Parbat is lying in the main air route from Islamabad to Gilgit and Skardu, can be seen its full majesty and fury from the air.
The Nanga Parbat has been discovered in the nineteenth century by Europeans, Schlagintweit brothers from Munichen-Germany in 1854 and drew a panoramic view of this mountain that is first known picture of Nanga Parbat Peak. After that the world came to know about Nanga Parbat in the ...
... 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 Even there I spent some time looking for a room, as the quotes in my guide book were pretty out of date.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.