Pof Hotel

Quaid Avenue, Wah Cantt, 47010, Pakistan | Hotel
Prices starting from $42.00
 

Travel Blogs from Wah Cantt

Flying DXB-ISB

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc

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... to ISB. We took off on Runway 12R at 10:51 after taxiing by an Emirates Airbus 380. The time change to Pakistan is one hour forward, so it’s now 11:51 a.m.

It was difficult to see any of Dubai below as we climbed toward the Persian Gulf and across to Iran. It was so dusty. Lunch was served at 12:35 p.m. – chicken biryani with a square of bread and some sort of yogurt with cumin (I did not care for the yogurt, but the rest was good). I had 7-Up to drink. ...

Islamabad - Rawalpindi

A travel blog entry by michu

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As Karachi was too far from everything a decision was taken in 1950s to build a new Capital – Islamabad – further north in Pakistan, near Rawalpindi. The city planner was introducing wide streets, enough green and a sector grid, letting the city grow sector by sector. Even today, there is no traffic jam and only a few tall buildings, however, it feels a bit boring and dull.

Apart from ...

Photos from 'Pindi, Pakistan.

A travel blog entry by dannyandsarah

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... country and we only hear the negative in the west.



Tonight we catch our bus at 10pm, and unfortunately we'll miss quite a chunk of the KKH highway as we drive in the dark for 7 hours, but we'll still get to see the majority of the deep mountain valleys during the day on the way to Gilgit deep in the mountains. One place we will pass we're told has a ...

The ancient city of Taxila

A travel blog entry by watchoutworld

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... and then chatted to the one other guest in the hostel. He was an older Pakistani guy, in the area for work and he had a personal interest in palm reading. V and I offered our hands for inspection under his magnifying glass and he gave us strange individual readings that were flattering, but a bit weird not exactly convincing so we just smiled and thanked him before making our excuses for bed. In the morning we got an early start and set out to explore ...

Farewell India - hello Pakistan

A travel blog entry by queenietord

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... cob. The guy who was selling them told me they were 5 plus 5 rupees " do you mean 10" brilliant flashing smile and nod of the head - I was obviously overcharged but then he earned every bit of it as he fished down into the hot charcoal and dug out a buried blackened cob which he then peeled and rubbed with a cut lemon with masalla powder on - delicious. We were soon surrounded by a crowd of young men from a university out on a field day wanting to know what we ...

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