ENTRY SIX – Lahore Cathedral

ENTRY SIX – September 15, 1986 Lahore Cathedral (Cathedral Church of the Resurrection) As I struggle to put our experiences on paper (now a travel blog) in a coherent fashion,

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ENTRY SEVEN-The Undercroft

ENTRY SEVEN – October 30, 1986 The Undercroft Both Miranda and I found the heat of the Punjab unbearable. Whenever possible, we took refuge under the ceiling fans. The coolest

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ENTRY 34 — As Lightning From The East

Excerpt of the Rev. H. Nigel Fox Jr. Travel Journal – Circa 1945 ENTRY 34 — As Lightning From The East The train ride to Rawalpindi took us through some

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ENTRY 40 — The Seven Angels

Excerpt of the Rev. H. Nigel Fox Jr. Travel Journal – Circa 1945 ENTRY 40 — The Seven Angels Lahore was the most marvellous city the world has ever known.

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ENTRY 41 — The Opened Scroll

Excerpt of the Rev. H. Nigel Fox Jr. Travel Journal – Circa 1945 ENTRY 41 — The Opened Scroll The Viceroy’s other Boundary Force, in the Punjab, was not faring

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ENTRY 45 — The Seventh Sign

ENTRY 45, April 24, 1987 The Seventh Sign Our accommodation was simple but clean and comfortable. Reginald and I shared one room while Enid and Miranda shared another. It was

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Earthquake

On my third day in Karimabad I got up more quickly than usual. It was at around eigth in the morning. I was still lieing in my nice and warm

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Camp Chitta Batta, United Pakistan Relief Work

Galib & I have been accepted to do volunteer work through United Pakistan. Check out their website at http://www.unitedpakistan.org. We arrive leave for Karachi on March 1st, will spend some

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Lahore City !!!!

Early morning went to the Lahore train station with the Japanese guys as I was told that foreigners get a 25% discount on trains. Afterward I finished at the railway

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Pakistan Transport and Railway discounts for foreigners !!

Pakistan Railway gives discounts to foreigners and students !!!! To get the discount you got to go to the train station area and take a left turn towards the Railway

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