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... and each one collects the same information. It was
time for “M” to intervene, as she felt that not only were the questions facile,
but that recording the answers on the back of a Corn Flakes packet was hardly
likely to faze a determined member of the Taliban.
“Where have you come from”.......well from the last check
point over there
“Where are you going to”.................well the next check
point over ...
... with kids stopping us for pictures everywhere we go- no one has been ugly or otherwise but will tell you they like America - without exception. The hotel has been fantastic and restful. I would never stay in another place just because the security is so tight. There is a ophthalmology convention going on now. So, we finish up a marriage retreat tomorrow (Saturday) and pack for departure Sunday at noon into a church where I will speak. ...
... soldiers from both the sides, and ends up in the perfectly coordinated lowering of the two nations' flags. It is called the beating retreat border ceremony on the international level. One soldier stands at attention on each side of the gate. As the sun sets, the iron gates at the border are opened and the two flags are lowered simultaneously. The flags are folded and the ceremony ends with a retreat that involves a brusque handshake between soldiers ...
... of the fort go as far back as antiquity, however, the existing base structure was built during the reign of Mughal Emperor Akbar between 1556–1605 and was regularly upgraded ...
Last year I went to Lahore with my sister. I stayed at my Grandfather's house. It was a very good trip. We went to see many places with my cousins. We went to the Badshahi mosque and went to see the Lahore fort. We had different types of food over there and had a lot of fun. The mosque was very big, the biggest I have ever seen. I also went to see my old school, which was very different from before.