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... 8221; I asked Janet as they escorted
us back to the same spot in the outer compound, this time just as about 50
people were marched past us into the inner compound. Most were youngsters, and
my dear wife actually said” it’s probably a school trip”. Well I’ve been on
plenty of school trips, but none of them felt, that experiencing extreme
dangers, like the killing fields of Cambodia, or touring the nuclear holocaust
... vehicles… haha.
Oh and another thing there was no sign indicating we were entering a Cantt…. So bugger off.
That evening we had been in contact with the Germans who were keen to catch up with us and travel together again. So after much internet surfing Thomas found a possible place, Saint Hilda’s right next to an Anglican Church.
So off we went in the morning found the place and low and behold ...
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We had heard this was worth seeing but we never made it here last time we were in India 3 years ago. So a must for our list this time and are we glad we did.
Wagha is the Pakistan border town closest to Amritsar and it took us about 35 minutes in a car to get there. We had hired a car and driver for this trip for the mega price of £7.50. That's for 2 of us not each!
We arrived at 4:30pm an our ...
We've started saying our goodbyes now to Pakistan as our time here winds down over the next few weeks.
We said goodbye last week to the Roshni Foundation and the Green Earth School (http://www.roshni.org.pk/) where the kids and I have been volunteering for the past few months. The kindergarten class in which I helped out performed a special play to say goodbye to us. I wish we had been able to spend more time with them while in Pakistan but I am ...
The Qassim rugwalla story and other such encounters with drivers, household help, business people - have shown me that there are very good and honest people working here. When I arrived here, locals and family were constantly reminding me to be vigilant and watch my money and belongings and warning me about people who are out to cheat or rob me. "Don't trust anyone!" was the constant reminder. It was very stressful, I have to say to go ...