Rajsangam International Hotel
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... women as we would do husbands and wives and do another round of training. The hotel is an international arena of officials, conferences and such of many nations. There is a real mix of who greets you or just poop on you. Many Pakistani are very nice then there are many who would probably like you to be an instant inferno. There would be No way to come here alone or without strict partnership and constant companionship. ...
... 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 ...
... and Mughal buildings. I admire the grace and delicacy of many of the last, and the tranquility of the Shalimar Gardens.
We make a fascinating excursion to the India-Pakistan border at Wagah where an hour-long daily border opening ceremony has become a big tourist attraction. Huge bleachers are set up on both sides of the border. Packed with visitors segregated ...
Felt the 7.8 earthquake a few days ago here in Lahore. Actually, I'm the only one who felt it, as I noticed the bed I was sitting on move side to side. I was taking a mid-afternoon nap so wasn't sure if I was dreaming or dizzy.
The kids were oblivious to it - too focused on the movie they were watching in our little living room.
Ali was in ...
... a connection that our driver knew. The ceremony there was incredible. Soldiers from both sides marched and called orders and drew down the two flags from both countries. Also two people on each side had a who-can-yell-the-longest contest and the Pakistani side almost always won. The sides were cheering and hollering to beat the other side. I think the Indian side was more filled up, but the amount of yelling was about the same. They ...