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I Lost My Chapstick in Pakistan

INDIA | Tue, 1 Apr 2014 | By away2travel | Views [1136]

I Lost My Chapstick in Pakistan Posted on   April 6, 2014 by   Tarynne Mingione Pakistan Border – 35 kilometers outside Amritsar The four of us wanted to go to the Wagah Border Closing Ceremony which was ... Read more >

Tags: border closing ceremony, india, national security, pakistan, travel

Photos: My Scholarship entry - A 'place' I have visited

PAKISTAN | Tue, 18 Jun 2013 | By walkon | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

I am Zubair Khawar , a Textile Designer by profession with a thirst for exploration and adventure. Mind you I have not always been the adventurous type, in fact the places I have visited can be easily counted on my finger tips and can be found within ... Read more >
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Tags: pakistan, travel, wanderlust

Photos: My Scholarship entry - A 'place' I have visited

PAKISTAN | Mon, 14 Jan 2013 | By iamrahma | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

I was only four when I first fellk in love with the coolest thing I had ever seen . It wasn't a toy but a device that could capture a moment in time. I grew up in awe of NG, spending summers reading photography books from the library. I was able to ... Read more >
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Tags: clifton, karachi, pakistan, seaview beach

Photos: From Lahore With Love

PAKISTAN | Fri, 16 Nov 2012 | By salaamlahore | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

I've been an art and culture journalist in Lahore, Pakistan since 2001/2002. Having interviewed a vast number of local (and foreign) artistes associated with music, fashion, theater, television and cinema since I started out, it was only until grad ... Read more >
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Tags: lahore, pakistan

The Heritage of Pakistan

PAKISTAN | Mon, 12 Nov 2012 | By aaftab | Views [293]

Rohtas Fort  is a garrison fort built by king Farid Khan. This fort is about 4 km in circumference and the first example of the successful amalgamation of Pashtun and Hindu architecture in the Indian Subcontinent. Qila Rohtas is ... Read more >

Tags: fort, heritage, pakistan, rohtas

Photos: My Photo scholarship 2011 entry "Nagar Parkar" Sindh, Pakistan

PAKISTAN | Mon, 7 Nov 2011 | By beauty | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

I have visited many place in Pakistan but i have liked the place is only..."Nanger Parker"... It is really a beautiful place with grace of Almighty God it has Natural Beauty which arose after a rain.. I am Ammar Bin Asad born in 28/09/1986 at Larkana ... Read more >
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Tags: beauty, nagar parkar, natural beauty, pakistan, rain, sindh

Crazy Webs: Spiders Take Refuge From Pakistani Floods

PAKISTAN | Mon, 31 Oct 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [3006] | Comments [1]

We got this in from Pakistan - The Only Choice  - an amazing shot of what happens when spiders have nowhere to go as a result of overwhelming flooding. From the site: "An unexpected side-effect of the flooding in parts of Pakistan has been ... Read more >

Tags: pakistan, spiders, travel-safety

Photos: My Photo scholarship 2011 entry

PAKISTAN | Thu, 25 Aug 2011 | By adrianpermal | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

These pictures are of the beautiful valleys of Pakistan. They show a side of Pakistan only a few have seen. Pakistan is a country constantly shrouded by negativity and it hurts me deeply that the world only gets to see the side of Pakistan that is aired ... Read more >
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Tags: #2011wnphoto, adrian, eagle nest, eagle point, gupis, hunza, pakistan, permal, phander lake, travel photography scholarship 2011

The world's reaction to the death of Osama Bin Laden

WORLDWIDE | Mon, 2 May 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [850]

News of the death of terrorist mastermind Osama Bin Laden has captured the attention of the world – as US citizens take to the streets to celebrate the death of the man responsible for the World Trade Center attacks in September 2001 that left ... Read more >

Tags: al-qaeda, barack obama, osama bin laden, pakistan, travel-safety-tips, usa

Photos: Guests in Mardan

PAKISTAN | Fri, 23 Jul 2010 | By aun | Photo Gallery

IDPs (internally displaced people) move from Sawat to Mardan
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Tags: aun, aun raza, children, idp, internally displaced people, mardan, pakistan, peshawar, portraits, sawat

Following Local Laws In Pakistan

PAKISTAN | Sun, 4 Jul 2010 | By safetyhub | Views [491]

Pakistan is a Muslim country in the midst of severe sectarian violence. Most of the laws reflect one or both of these things and the enforcement of them tends to be related to both as well. Despite some wide spread drug use in various areas of Pakistan, ... Read more >

Tags: asia, islam, local laws, pakistan, travel-legal, travel-safety

Pakistan - Trekking And Natural Disasters

PAKISTAN | Sun, 4 Jul 2010 | By safetyhub | Views [702]

Trekking and Mountain climbing in the Gilgit-Baltistan Area, in Northern Pakistan is quite popular and mountaineers, mountain climbers, and trekkers from all over the world come to visit the area with the highest concentration of the highest peaks in ... Read more >

Tags: asia, natural disasters, pakistan, travel-safety, trekking

Health In Pakistan

PAKISTAN | Sun, 4 Jul 2010 | By safetyhub | Views [314]

The flooding of many parts of Pakistan has led to an outbreak of many forms of water-borne diseases, with diarrhoea and related diseases being quite common. Outbreaks of diarrhoeal diseases have come from the districts of Balochistan - Charsadda, Mardan, ... Read more >

Tags: asia, disease, pakistan, travel-health, travel-safety

Getting Around In Pakistan

PAKISTAN | Sun, 4 Jul 2010 | By safetyhub | Views [637]

Getting around in Pakistan is more than slightly problematic. It is advised that you not use public transport of any form and taxis in particular should be ruled out completely. Not only is public transport fairly notorious for crimes against foreign ... Read more >

Tags: asia, pakistan, travel-safety, travel-transport

Crime In Pakistan - Bolt Down Everything You Can

PAKISTAN | Sun, 4 Jul 2010 | By safetyhub | Views [343]

There is a very high rate of crime in Pakistan, particularly as regards serious violent crime including armed robbery, robbery, carjacking, kidnappings, home invasion and murder are all common in major urban areas. Petty street crime is also rife, ... Read more >

Tags: asia, pakistan, robbery, travel-crime, travel-safety

Terrorism In Pakistan - It's very, very real

PAKISTAN | Sun, 4 Jul 2010 | By safetyhub | Views [330]

travel-Terrorism and outright sectarian violence is a very real and present threat in Pakistan, and the threat of terrorism should be considered to be very high. Although areas frequented by Westerners and Western interests are frequently targeted, ... Read more >

Tags: asia, pakistan, terrorism, travel-safety

Areas to avoid in Pakistan

PAKISTAN | Sun, 4 Jul 2010 | By safetyhub | Views [380]

Pakistan is currently in a general state of unrest, and you care advised not to travel to Pakistan at all, as the risk of violent outbreaks should be considered as ‘occurring’ rather than potential. Generally speaking, you are advised not to travel ... Read more >

Tags: asia, pakistan, travel-crime, travel-safety, travel-terrorism, violence

Путевые заметки. Пакистан.

PAKISTAN | Thu, 20 May 2010 | By wayfox | Views [2414] | Comments [7]

14.05.2010 Спокойное утро. Заказал себе Панда-Такси до Борисполя. В 11.00 машина была у подъезда, стоимость поездки с Троещины до аэропорта 126 гривен. Правда водитель был простуженый, хрюкал и крякал всю дорогу - напрягало это меня, слегка. В Борисполе ... Read more >

Tags: fly, gilgit, hunza, isb, islamabad, karimabad, pakistan, paragliding, rawalpindi

December - Chaumos, Pakistan

PAKISTAN | Sun, 15 Nov 2009 | By worldfestivals | Views [1627]

Location: Kalasha valleys, Pakistan Dates: 10 days around the winter solstice Level of Participation: 4 – visitors are expected to take part in the festivities Description: By the middle of December ... Read more >

Tags: chaumos, pakistan, world festivals

Thar Desert. 'Doors to Pakistan'

INDIA | Thu, 15 May 2008 | By lillylilla | Views [2262] | Comments [1]

Namaste. Mid afternoon here... I came back from the Thar Desert this morning after a whole day riding a camel called Shalya or so which means balance/equilibre. Isn't it funny?  This is the meaning a word, I asked to a chinese woman to write down ... Read more >

Tags: camel, desert, goat, india, jaisalmer, pakistan, rajasthan, safari, sand dunes, thar desert


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