Travel Blogs from Islamabad
... to follow your
declare and also extract the most of compensation out from the problem lender
this agreement you might be entitled.
Obviously, it is physically easy
for you to pursue your own personal compensation claim for mis offered PPI.
Nevertheless are you experiencing enough time and therefore are you obedient
fighting your own situation with a key lender or the Ombudsman for instance.
... which we were told a few years ago by the Australian Embassy "is not particularly safe". Perhaps there was trouble in the area. Who knows?
Our journey to Chilas a few days before had involved a huge detour just before the town which had infuriatingly added another hour to our trip. Our intrepid Khaja would have none of that and insisted that we use another route. It was not a road at all and we ended up ...
... it seemed like everyone in Islamabad had the same idea. The extraordinarily steep winding road was choked with cars and hundreds of people on bikes or foot. We could not help but notice the number of anti-American tyre covers on the many four wheel drive vehicles.
Situated at a height of 1,173m, it seemed to take forever to reach The Monal which was jam packed full of people, mostly families and children. Apparently the Monal seats ...
... ISB has no jetways or gates; the plane parked near the terminal and we boarded a bus for the very short ride to the arrivals hall.
The ISB international arrivals hall is quite tiny – there’s one passport control line on the left for “Ladies/Families,” two lines for Pakistanis, and one line on the right for “Diplomats/Foreigners.” This has to be among the smallest immigration stations I’ve seen at any airport in the ...
... the eastern end of this range is known HINDU RAJ, means "Hindu Rule". Following north from there the PAMIR runs into the former Soviet Union. Spreading from center to northeast along the border with China lays the KARAKORUM, the main block of the mountains in Pakistan, 250 kilometers long and 150 kilometers wide. In the south Conner separated by the Indus River where lies Western HIMALAYA and Nanga Parbat 8125M is the western end pillar ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Shalimar Hotel Islamabad
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Aga Khan Road Shalimar 5, Islamabad | 3 star hotelfrom $208
Khayaban-e-Suhrawardy, Islamabad | 5 star hotelfrom $223
The Mall Road PO Box 211, Islamabad | Hotelfrom $163
6 Islamabad Club Road, Islamabad | Hotelfrom $108
G6 Civic Centre, Islamabad | Hotelfrom $93
Khayaban-E-Shuharwardy, Sector G-6/1, Islamabad | Hotelfrom $15
99-E Jinnah Avenue, Islamabad | Hotelfrom $102
16-D, West Blue Area, Islamabad | Hotelfrom $90