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... all of whom were armed to the teeth, and were smashing
blokes even though they could have come straight out of Dad’s Army.
There is only one road (and a pretty good one at that), and
no traffic at all, so we couldn’t understand why our top speed was 45k per
hour, nor why the Levees changed the escort detail every 30k or so. Worse
though were the ridiculously frequent security checks. At one point there were
3 checks inside 500 ...
... the whole deal and led into how fatherlessness leads to poverty, increase teen pregnancy, incarceration and the list grows. We never dreamed that TV and news would be so interested. They have presented this as a first such national initiative not only for Pakistan but the Middle East. We have talked about going into Islamabad next year HOWEVER the tension remains high with political maneuvering here. The response with us has almost been rock ...
... lowering of the flags' ceremony or The Beating Retreat ceremony is a daily military practice that the security forces of India and Pakistan have jointly followed since 1959. It is all done in the spirit on neighbourly friendliness and seems to be a good way of keeping the peace between these two countries.(Maybe Scotland and England will have something similar if they vote to split! who knows :-)
The ceremony starts with a blustering parade ...
... Location_of_Lahore_Fort_1- 0" class="reference"> It is located in the northwestern corner of the Walled City of Lahore. The trapezoidal composition is spread over 20 ...
... which were bumpy and not paved. It was around 3 or 4am when we finally arrived in the city and everything was closed and streets were dead empty. Trying to find someone to ask for directions was difficult, but we eventually ended up at the Pearl Continental hotel where we had our room bookings. The drive turned into a 9-10 hour drive instead of the expected 3 hours. So exhausting!