Pearl Continental Hotel Muzaffarabad
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... was next to impossible. We went to lake Saif-Ul-Mulk, which was five thousand meters above sea level. When we started climbing, we saw very clearly how much energy it took to climb, and if we fell, we would be falling......... and falling. There was a long way to fall.
There was a man, and he showed us how to climb. First ankle, then foot, and then climb.
We bought a brochure to determine where to go next, but then the weather turned bad. And when I say ...
... Secondly India keeps a strict check along the border especially in winters when the water flow is quiet less and it’s easy for intruders and mujahedeen’s to cross.
I had a log chat with him after that and the same routine was repeated after every 8-10 minutes both from the Pakistani as well as the Indian side. None the less it was a great yet unique experience I faced and filmed in Indiana Jones style which I can laugh on ...
There are many moments in a day when for a split second you think of something from the past some trip, some incident, some scenery or some face be it known or unknown and smile within and think what if you can bring that moment back.
Despite my love for the northern areas of Pakistan and my heart pounding to visit it after every 3-4 months I am unable to figure what makes my heart go for it again ...
A very quick update from Kawai - sports day has come and gone. My team (Ibex) came third (out of four) but in true Olympic spirit it was a day of participation and fun - plus one broken arm. Tomorrow begins an international bike race aimed at raising funds for the school - cyclists travel from school up through the mountains - we follow and assist. See you next week when I'll give you all the news. Hope you're all well.
In Ghana and Vietnam I can recall some serious downpours - rain that seeped into my phone and managed to dislodge my contact lens - but I can tell you that it's been raining
for around nine hours straight here in Kawai. Starting with serious
rain, moving on to minor drizzle and then back to the former. At
around one this morning I woke up to a thunderous sound that sounded
like a toddler jumping on my tin-like ...