Pakistan Travel Articles

 
Teaching English and Living as an Expat in Pakistan
Teaching English and Living as an Expat in Pakistan Pakistan consistently receives bad press from the global news media, but Heather Carreiro offers an expat teacher's view of what life is like on the ground.
Baltoro K2 Gondogoro La Pakistan – Asia
Baltoro K2 Gondogoro La Pakistan – Asia Tatanka was told by the adventurous and the wise that the world's best mountains lie in Pakistan. So, she went on a trek to see for herself.
Iran/Pakistan Border Crossing – Middle East, Asia
Iran/Pakistan Border Crossing – Middle East, Asia Overland traveler, Dave Combattelli, shares his experience crossing the infamous Iran/Pakistan border during the emergency rule of 2007.
Ramadan in Pakistan – Asia
Ramadan in Pakistan – Asia Lloyd Raleigh discovers that the month-long, dawn-to-dusk fast is more than meets the eye.
Pakistan, the Surreal – Asia
Almost one year from the devastating 2005 earthquake, Azad Kashmir was still struggling to recover. Tim Tulloch sees the event, the aftermath and Pakistan with the help of Kashmiri friends.
Backyards in Peshawar – Pakistan, Asia
Backyards in Peshawar – Pakistan, Asia With not much to do or see, M. Elian gets lost in the backyards of Peshawar, Pakistan - and finds there is so much.
The Baloch Rendition of On the Road Again – Pakistan, Indian-Subcontinent, Asia
Vincent de witt Huberts was embarking on an overnight journey of 20 hours or so, passing through tribal, bandit and drug running Pakistan. Terms like control and authority were vague and flexible, as
The Triplegem Afghan Expedition I – Peshawar, Pakistan
The Triplegem Afghan Expedition I – Peshawar, Pakistan home_may18_peshawar.jpgStephen Shucar
Borderland – China and Pakistan
Barukh Shalev finds that borderlands are bad places with bad people; barren lands populated by people who are parasitic upon their environment, people who have no choice, people who are stuck in betwe
Life Lahori Eshtyle – Lahore, Pakistan
The crumbling alleyways and narrow, dusty streets are full of open sewers and heaps of trash but Sahar Khan knows that's where the real spirit of Lahore resides.