Jinnah Road, Quetta, Pakistan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jinnah Road, Quetta.
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Travel Blogs from Quetta

Exit permit / Ausreisegenehmigung

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad on Nov 13, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... früh und wurden wieder 16 Mal angehalten. Im Durchschnitt gab es alle 11.5 Km einen Eskorten Wechsel. Die Levies Forces fuhren uns jeweils bis an die Grenze des nächsten Verantwortlichkeitsgebiets. Dort wurden wir in der Regel zügig, zum Teil nahtlos an die nächste Truppe übergeben. Zum Teil sassen bis zu 6, mit Kalaschnikow bewaffnete Soldaten auf dem Pickup und manchmal was es nur einer mit einem alten Chinesischen Karabiner auf ...

Another day in Pakistan

A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Jun 01, 2012

6 comments, 4 photos

... he wouldn’t listen to me or Dave, he just wanted a cheap meal, guess it’s not so cheap now,

We had BBQ chicken from a stall outside, went down quite nice as well, and had a mango to follow

So we are stuck here for another day, the temperature has hit 47C today, may as well just put a teabag in the water bottles

I don’t think anyone ...

Shit town

A travel blog entry by jtw000 on Nov 10, 2011

6 comments, 3 photos

... our way through the swamp towards gathering enough information to base a decision on. I wanted to stay put and use the internet cafe later to get everything up to date and contact the people who were probably by now wondering if I was still alive, Marcin wanted to pack the bikes and move to anywhere with internet access in the rooms. I tried to explain that we didn’t have the cash to settle the bill yet and had to check out by 12 noon. So we checked net cafes and around ...

Big disappointment.

A travel blog entry by cimek on Nov 10, 2011

2 comments, 14 photos

... jak banki, obsługę kart visa, hotele z internetem i co najważniejsze - supermarkety z piwem! Tysiące kilometrów jazdy i co? I śmigło, jedna wielka porażka. To miasto wcale nie wygląda jak miasto, bardziej jak ogromna otwarta muszla klousetowa, w której żyją ludzie. Śmierdzące, gówniane i brudne. Korki tak samo chore jak w Iranie, lecz jakby w zwolnionym tempie. Może to dlatego, że głównym środkiem ...

Pakistani Outback.

A travel blog entry by cimek on Nov 09, 2011

12 photos

... 14 hours on bikes and
were completely tired. The hotel manager organized some beers for us, but
we were so tired so we crashed the beds after had drunk only one.
There will be more time tomorrow as we gonna stay here for two


Musieliśmy wstać wcześnie rano, bo na komisariacie był akurat koniec zmiany, hałas i tym podobne. Szybka toaleta, prysznic i z powrotem w siodło. ...