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... and headed out.
Leaving the airport, we had to navigate through a throng of people, around Jersey barriers, around large metal tank barriers, and through a canyon formed by T-walls. At several points, there were police and military personnel with automatic weapons. It was a little unnerving.
My boss and the driver dropped us off at our new home. After a short tour, it was finally off to slumber land.
Greetings from Pakistan! I made it to my friend Steve's house in Islamabad after flying in from Dubai following the termination of my 15-night Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas cruise that originated in Barcelona and stopped in Egypt and Jordan.
I arrived DXB at 8:47 a.m. after a 23-minute taxi ride from the Dubai Cruise Terminal. I checked in with Shaheen Air – a discount Pakistani airline – for my flight to ISB. Check in went smooth – no drama ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
... I didn't want to impose on P any more and in fact Rawelpindi was a bit closer to the airport so I decided to go back there for a night. Back in my usual hotel in Pindi I was happy to see the guy working there that I'd chatted to on the previous trips. We had a nice evening catching up over a couple of glasses of secret whiskey and I also bumped into another traveller I'd met here before that had since become attached to a local girl - I think he'll be staying a bit longer! ...