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... shared the vision that until families are whole and fathers are home - we are in a horrid cycle of fatherlessness being the #1 social problem in civilized nations - sobering. I did feel protected at all times but in that vain I was not in a great place and it is always this way. People here live in a whole different world that will be difficult to describe except through the hundreds of pictures documenting the trip. Our hats off to Kim and ...
... not the city itself...but the border crossing into Pakistan from India...not the other way around as that was a snap as that was dealing with Indian authorities who are quite friendly and professional.
The problem occured at 7:15 am when we arrived at the border crossing from India going into Pakistan.
They stopped our bus - and for the record, I was the only white person on the bus...Not the only foreigner but the only white person.
... after the Masjid al-Haram (Grand Mosque) of Mecca, the Al-Masjid al-Nabawi (Prophet's Mosque) in Medina, the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca and the Faisal Mosque in Islamabad.
... and Mughal buildings. I admire the grace and delicacy of many of the last, and the tranquility of the Shalimar Gardens.
We make a fascinating excursion to the India-Pakistan border at Wagah where an hour-long daily border opening ceremony has become a big tourist attraction. Huge bleachers are set up on both sides of the border. Packed with visitors segregated ...
Felt the 7.8 earthquake a few days ago here in Lahore. Actually, I'm the only one who felt it, as I noticed the bed I was sitting on move side to side. I was taking a mid-afternoon nap so wasn't sure if I was dreaming or dizzy.
The kids were oblivious to it - too focused on the movie they were watching in our little living room.
Ali was in ...