ENTRY 33 — Ikveta de Meshicha

Circa 1945 – Excerpt of the Rev. H. Nigel Fox Jr. Travel Journal Entry 33 — Ikveta de Meshicha An aura of gloom seemed to hover over the city like

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ENTRY 37– Wonderful Counsellor

Excerpt of the Rev. H. Nigel Fox Jr. Travel Journal – Circa 1945 ENTRY 37– Wonderful Counsellor As I write in my travel journal I must admit I was having

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ENTRY 39 — The Moon Turned to Blood

Excerpt of the Rev. H. Nigel Fox Jr. Travel Journal – Circa 1945 ENTRY 39 — The Moon Turned to Blood “I think I would like to meet the Indian

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ENTRY 46 — Hettie’s Gift

Total Distance: 0 miles / 0 kmMouse: 0,0 Lahore to Waterloo 1987 ENTRY 46, April 29 1987 Hettie’s Gift The Valley was a wonderful place, with numerous legends and stories

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Pakistan, K2, and over to India

Hello folks – well here’s the first big update as to what I’ve been up to… arrived in Pakistan about 4 weeks ago, and set off on  a 4 day

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Baluchistan

At the border between Iran and Pakistan the scenery doesn’t change much. Basically you go from one desert to another desert. It is a unbearable hot and dusty place. One

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Quetta

Quetta is still in the desert of Baluchistan but it is at higher altitude an surounded by mountains. Here I frist felt what it is like to be in Pakistan.

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Hot and dusty Karachi

WOW first impressions of Karachi are hot and dusty. For an Englishman I was all disturbed at the lack of rain. In three months of being in Pakistan it did

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Regal Chowk, Lahore (City Centre)

These are images of Regal Chowk area….nearby you get Regal Internet the famous guest house where most backpackers stay….the people there are really friendly and the owners two sons are

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Lahore – Quetta

The train left at 11:25am while Shahid Afridi was tearing the Indian bowling attack into pieces at Faisalabad. Everyone at the train station was glued to the TV’s. It was

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