Tourist Inn Motel

Address: G.T Road City , Peshawar, Pakistan | Motel
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This motel, located on G.T Road City , 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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... 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

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... a reservation made on Internet was not a proof… The first day, when I was leaving the embassy, I was given a ride by a Chinese guy who worked in a travel agency, so I called him for help. After discussing with him, we agreed on a scenario. He would issue a plane ticket for me and build a phony itinerary, printed on sealed paper (with the logo of his travel agency). The next he called me to announce that my visa would be ready the following day. He made it !!!!! So, ...


A travel blog entry by tsimko on Apr 22, 2010

1 comment, 30 photos

... the downtown. A bit rundown, but there’s great opportunity to get to know new travelers as well as bump into some old friends. Just opposite is a little tea shop serving tasty local food.
Undisputedly one of the most interesting sights you can see around Peshawar is smugglers’ bazaar. It’s a bit dodgy place, so I took with me an unofficial guide, already tested by others. During our taxi ride heading west towards ...

The Khyber Pass

A travel blog entry by markwilliams84 on Aug 20, 2008

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... I was transported through a confined volcanic world of crags and winding canyons with arid surrounding to the heat on the tropical floor of Asia. Alexander the great must have experienced this same sensation as he came down into India accompanied by his teenage Bactian bride, in the early winter of 327BC. So did Babar the sixteenth century Mongol king who had lost his fathers Central Asian kingdom but before his death had conquered Kabul and Delhi ...

Lawless Frontier

A travel blog entry by markwilliams84 on Aug 01, 2008

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... that the Khyber Pass was completely closed to foreigners and I would not be able to cross. I asked everyone I could if there was a way, everyone informed me Id be crazy to pass though this part of the tribal area and would surely be kidnapped or shot. One very optimistic guy informed me he could take me there safely in disguise and get me through, although I would not be able to be officially stamped out of Pakistan or into Afghanistan, meaning I would ...