No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Islamabad
... are so many police checks that it takes forever". When Sadruddin is in any way evasive, we don't question him. As mentioned, when we are in Pakistan there are always last minute changes to our itinerary that we don't quite understand. All we know is that he and Ishaq are very safety conscious, something for which we are eternally grateful when we are in this country. The Karakoram Highway route passes through the town of ...
... many men and boys travelling to Northern Pakistan. The necklaces worn more by the older women are also pretty remarkable.
The thing that gets me about the hats is that, while it is typical throughout the region for men to wear all-white prayer hats that are crocheted and embroidered, the prayer hats seen on Northern Pakistanis can be much more colorful and intricately stitched. Or they ...
... we will be done for Islamabad functions. We will be going to village on April 11th to attend village function on april 14th. Linda and I are feeling kinda better now. Time is flying here and we are experiencing tons of things every day. Linda offcourse gets special treatment from my family and is adored by everyone specially by my dad and sisters. I am going to post pictures now and will update ...
... and got STUNNED. Khuspang campsite was completely inundated with almost 1 feet deep snow. No other colour than WHITE; DEAD WHITE could endure that ferocity of nature. Laila Peak was consistent with her veil; Fairy Castle Peak was hiding itself in patch of darkies (clouds). Khuspang had not experienced such a heavy snow-fall in peak summer season in the known history nor any trekker observed Khuspang so WHITELY WASHED.
That scene and ...
... Toni Kinshofer, Siegfried Löw and Anderl Mannhardt climb for the first time the Diamir-slope.