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... to drive down the relevant street for picture but given our tour guides were a little edgy we just took a photo of the restaurant we stopped for lunch. Giggle Giggle.
We cant really say we have seen Pakistan, just been whisked through the place so fast our wheels hardly touched the ground. The Hunza valley was fantastic the rest was a blur. Oh well next ...
... as warning signs in the United States, but with a flair for English. I saw signs such as “dead slow” warning of a sharp curve; “speed hump”; “speed camera ahead” warning of radar; and a “falling rock” sign. The falling rock sign seemed necessary as we did see a large rock-slide in the opposite lane.
We also passed a Rescue station. I could only wonder if it was ...
... proved to be no different. If anything it was worse than our past experiences (refer Travelpod publications "Painted Faces of the Silk Road, 2009" and "Secret Threads of the Old Silk Road, 2011"). Again we were in Absurdistan. At our first security check, our passports and tickets were scrutinised at least five times, ferocious staff demanding that we find for them our stamped visas. There were numerous more security checks, each time involving ...
... 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 ...
... see our two friends again. We spent some time chatting in the lodge lounge area before we retired. Our flight the next morning to Chitral mean that we had another very early start.
Just as we went to bed the electricity went out. This was very familiar. Yes, we were back home in Islamabad where the electricity supply is highly irregular. Although it was late in the evening, the temperature was still around the mid 30's degrees. After about half an hour ...
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