An epic journey by train to Pakistan. I arrived in Zāhedān in May 1995 to catch the twice monthly train to Quetta in Pakistan.
An epic travel story of travelling in Pakistan in the early 1990s: I arrived in Pakistan under a hail of falling rocks, lightning and torrential rain.
Shooting a Kalashnikov rifle is an unusual tourist activity but one I experienced during my travels in Pakistan’s North-West Frontier.
On my first visit to Pakistan in 1992, I spent a week or so relaxing in Altit, a tranquil village deep in the Hunza Valley, staying at Ali’s Guesthouse.