Rose Hotel

Address: Shuba Khybar Bazar, Peshawar, Pakistan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Shuba Khybar Bazar, Peshawar, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Peshawar

      Just in time for a wedding...

      A travel blog entry by ruafza129 on Aug 13, 2013

      13 photos

      ... so I have to say that everything at the wedding so far has been over the top.

      Anyways, I should start off by saying that since the majority of Pakistanis are Muslim, much of marriage ceremony falls under Islamic law. You'll see what I'm taking about a little later in my post. Also, most marriages here are semi-arranged; that is, the parents find potential spouses based on alot of factors (social standing, education and wealth are the most ...

      How to get a Chinese Visa for Dummies

      A travel blog entry by nalddo on Jul 22, 2010

      5 photos

      ... I spent most of my time in Islamabad going in and out from the diplomatic enclave (a sort of over protected area where all embassies are located), because I wanted to get a Chinese visa. I did not apply for it while in France (which would have been much easier), because visiting China was not part of my original plan. Actually, I wanted to go directly from Pakistan and India, but after starting my trip and therefore getting more knowledge about the area, I believed it would be ...


      A travel blog entry by tsimko on Apr 22, 2010

      1 comment, 30 photos

      ... due to recent blast events as well as its role as a gateway to tribal areas. But after confirming with other travelers, who’d already been there, I couldn’t resist.
      One whole day I spent in the old city and got overwhelmed. It felt more like in Afghanistan there, not only because of its location near the Afghani border, but mainly due to dominant Pashtun population. Old city is one big bazaar consisting of many streets ...

      The North West Frontier Province

      A travel blog entry by watchoutworld on Feb 21, 2009

      2 photos

      ... us with water to try and get us to talk to him! With the hejab it was great because everyone thought we were locals and until we spoke and walked around without any bother. It was an art form to cover up correctly without things slipping and we seemed to be constantly re-adjusting and re-pinning and it was also very hot (the weather here was warmer than the north!). In the cafes they had curtained off areas for ladies and ...

      The Khyber Pass

      A travel blog entry by markwilliams84 on Aug 20, 2008

      11 photos

      ... world: the Khyber Pass in the Hindu Kush mountains of Afghanistan! Traveling through Afghanistan believe it or not was not the most scary part, I was wearing locals clothes and by now had quite a big beard. Im not saying I could pull of being a local by any means, but to anyone outside the vehicle I was in Id say I blended in fairly well, looking almost Pashton . I did not feel as though I was attracting any unnecessary attention and would have been ...