Pakistan – Islamabad to North-West Frontier Province

Lonely Planet’s introduction of the North-West Frontier Province (NWFP) describes it as “stretching for 700 km along the border of Afghanistan, astride the Khyber Pass and other historical gateways that led to India from Persia and Central Asia, and embracing some of Asia’s most impenetrable mountains and intractable peoples…a large part of NWFP’s attraction lies…Continue reading Pakistan – Islamabad to North-West Frontier Province


Bhutan is a Himalayan Kingdom that has long fascinated us. A small Asian nation landlocked between China and India, Bhutan has managed to use its isolation to preserve a rich cultural history. A little bit of research revealed that Bhutan has been extremely cautious in opening up its doors to the outside world. Especially after…Continue reading Bhutan