Shiraz Inn

Peshawar, Peshawar, Pakistan | Inn
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This inn, located on Peshawar, Peshawar, is near Badshahi Mosque, Wagah Border, Lahore Museum, and Fort and Shalamar Gardens.
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Travel Blogs from Peshawar

Just in time for a wedding...

A travel blog entry by ruafza129 on Aug 13, 2013

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... bride's aunts were feeding her sweets while she was getting henna done. Talk about royal treatment! This henna party is called Mehendi.

Then the next day, the legal/contractual part of the wedding took place. Basically, there was an imam (Muslim spiritual leader) who legalized their marriage. Both the brides and groom read some verses from the Qu'ran; and both bride and groom each have two witnesses present in order to make sure that they both agree ...

How to get a Chinese Visa for Dummies

A travel blog entry by nalddo on Jul 22, 2010

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Lahore is a bustling and very hot city. After having explored the old city for one day with Sam, a German guy I met at the hostel, I went the next day to Wagah, at the border between Pakistan and India, to assist to the closing-of-the-border ceremony. Since independence of Pakistan in 1947, the border line between Pakistan and India has always been a point of discord, highlighted by the Kashmir dispute. This ceremony is supposed to show in a comical way the dead serious ...


A travel blog entry by tsimko on Apr 22, 2010

1 comment, 30 photos

Gilgit’s got a great location for side trips and I passed it by four times while in the Northern Areas. However, this time after one night spending there I left for good – back to civilization, to Islamabad. We encountered a break down as well as flat tyre on the way, but surprisingly made it in satisfactory 19 hours. Flat tyre happened at night and leaving the bus while the wheel was being fixed was somewhat tricky as there wasn’t ...

The North West Frontier Province

A travel blog entry by watchoutworld on Feb 21, 2009

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... the story on the bus driver - m explained to him, because he didn't speak English but he proudly told everyone he spoke to about my 'origins' and made sure I was happy throughout the journey, giving me food and putting me in a rickshaw at the other end! My bus journey took me down the motorway, past rows of tanks in a big military base and into the North West Frontier Province (NWFP), to Peshawar near the ...

The Khyber Pass

A travel blog entry by markwilliams84 on Aug 20, 2008

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I left Kabul in a local bus which left once it was filled up and headed east to a part of Afghanistan which sadly has remained out of bound for travelers recently due to the Islamic insurgency that thrives among the peaks and valleys that dominate this part of the country. Driving along the road it was hard not to think about the thousands of British who had lost their lives here in 'The retreat from Kabul'. In 1842 when the British were retreating from ...