How many of you believe its Pakistan ? We posted the same a few months back and many people claimed it is somewhere in antartica..
But this is Pakistan –The largest cluster of glaciers outside polar world lies here in Pakistan.
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You may have heard some remarkable stories about Pakistan as a tourism hub from your parents and grandparents. The 60s and 70s,in particular,were the decades when tourism in Pakistan saw its prime.
The pictures of those days can still be found doing rounds on the internet,boasting a plethora of visitors from all around.
Those were the . . . →Read More:Pakistan,a tourist’s ecstasy
It helps to have a sense of humour when browsing through Bush Bazaar in downtown Kabul. And it is even better to have a companion to laugh with as you wander. Named after the American president George W Bush,the bazaar features all types of military gear and accessories,many of which seem to have . . . →Read More:Browsing Bush Bazaar in Kabul
Rio de Janeiro‘s carnival celebrations have burst into life as hundreds of thousands of revellers took to the streets to enjoy street parties and parades across the country.
Celebrities ranging from global phenomenon Korean popstar Psy,toUS actress Megan Fox are taking part in the celebrations in Rio de Janeiroand elsewhere.
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Business travel should be more about business and less about travel. Yet the stress of being on the road can reduce productivity during the trip and even lead to time off work afterward to recover. Weighing the human cost of savings when flying economy or checking into low-end hotels is only just starting to . . . →Read More:De-stress during travel
I am sorry to disappoint you folks,but the world is not going to end on 21.12.2012 because the Mayans never made an apocalyptic statement alluding to a complete end to this world.
It is quite amusing to see people go into bouts of vigour,stocking up on essentials,sharing Facebook statuses and creating panic about . . . →Read More:Meeting the Mayans
Inhabited since prehistoric times,this Nabataean caravan-city,situated between the Red Sea and the Dead Sea,was an important crossroads between Arabia,Egypt and Syria-Phoenicia. Petra is half-built,half-carved into the rock,and is surrounded by mountains riddled with passages and gorges. It is one of the world’s most famous archaeological sites, . . . →Read More:Petra:The city carved in stone between the Dead and the Red Sea
By Ajai Shukla and Sonia Trikha Shukla
Some cities,just a fortunate few,remain coloured by their history,visibly enriched by reminders of centuries gone by. Residents of Delhi like us routinely walk past 500-year old monuments with scarcely a thought for the shared past that they evoke. But on a visit to Lahore, . . . →Read More:Traveling Lahore in Style