Rajsangam International Hotel
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... good. Nadeem's brother hosted us as he is very popular in the country as he is the military coach for Pakistan army black belt and kick boxing. Back to the hotel at midnight. We continued training today with another film crew filming while we taught with another film crew tomorrow. We have been popular with the TV and newspaper because it has never been done in the Middle East. Folks at the hotel have seen them and been very nice. The Asian summit is ...
... with a bit of concern, we climbed into the belly of the beast into destinations unknown.
We set off into the morning, drove for hours through the hot dusty landscape. In this part of the country it takes a long time to get anywhere. Some of the road is asphalt but it is bumpy and potholed at best, and at the worst, the whole road disappears randomly into gravel. Other barrier to progress include slow moving ox carts carrying huge ...
... where we hope to catch some days of the Fez Festival of World Sacred Music. I'm really looking forward to the Sufi nights performances in the old Fez medina.
Lots to do and less than 3 weeks to go, but lots of exciting times ahead!
Here is a link to the festival:
... br> Later in the day we had a little party for Ali at our place with some friends of ours who are here at LUMS but we know them from Waterloo actually. There was tea and cake and patties and a great time was had by all.
We are truly blessed to have such good friends and to find such wonderful people here. I'm already feeling sad about leaving our friends in a month and a bit.
Hope you enjoy the pictures!
... does all kinds of side jobs such as cleaning and cooking for other families. In fact, her mother is our cleaning lady.
10:15am - Sobia arrives to clean the house. All I get her to do is sweep, mop, wash the bathroom, and clean up the kitchen. I choose to vacuum, dust and was the dishes myself. If she does everything, what the heck will I do with my time? Everyone in Pakistan, practically, has a maid or servants in some sort of capacity. They do everything from ...