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Where did you fly last time? (21st Sep 19 at 2:00pm UTC)
In our time, there are such great opportunities. If before our distant ancestors walked or rode horses around our world and wonder how they could find their way home. Now you can safely fly to any corner of our planet, just a few hours. This is great. Especially when you like to travel. I just got back from China. Here's how the month was at home resting from his adventures in this fabulous country. Now I'm thinking of flying to Islamabad. Have you looked at how to buy Cheap flights from London to Islamabad. There, I'll have a wonderful time. Where did you fly last time?
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Re: Where did you fly last time? (22nd Sep 19 at 10:26pm UTC)
We found cheap London - Islamabad flights and decided to fly and see how people live in Islamambad. Even now, Islamabad remains a city where people come from all over the country to enjoy its peaceful, quiet atmosphere with beautiful green landscapes. Also, the city is the main camp for tourists from the south and coastal areas, such as Karachi, traveling through the Swat and Kahan valleys and to northern territories such as Gilgit, Hunza, Skardu and Chitral, located in the Himalayas.
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Re: Where did you fly last time? (23rd Sep 19 at 7:40am UTC)
The topic is very interesting! After all, I was recently in Islamabad! I was very lucky to buy a cheap ticket from London https://lowcost.club/cheap-flights-from-london-to-islamabad-lon-isb/ so I did not postpone the trip and immediately flew to the capital of Pakistan. On one side of Islamabad is the lush greenery of the Margalla hills, thanks to which the capital perfectly combines picturesque views with an urban lifestyle. As the capital, this is the most equipped city in the country: you can easily get to any corner since the infrastructure is well developed in Islamabad and the roads are mostly straight and located at right angles to each other. There are several outstanding sights in the capital. Take an hour or two for a walk or take a car and after 45 minutes you will find yourself on Pir Sohava at the top of the Margalla hills with a wonderful view of the city, especially at night. In addition, there are several famous restaurants that specialize in local dishes. Another popular spot is Lake View Park, which stretches along the Kashmiri Highway towards the Murei Hills. Next to it is the Raval reservoir where you can go water-skiing or a jet ski. In the park itself is the only go-kart in the city with several cafes and a paintball arena. Shopping lovers should visit Centaurus and Safa Gold malls, where you can find many shops of famous local and foreign brands. Due to its location, Islamabad is also attractive because it is much easier to get to the beautiful Kashmir Gilgit and Naran valleys and high mountains from it than from any other place. Make sure that your list includes a visit to the north because it is there that the nature of our country is manifested in all its grandeur and beauty.
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Re: Where did you fly last time? (23rd Sep 19 at 1:25pm UTC)
Islamabad (meaning "the abode of Islam" or "abode of the world") is the capital of Pakistan and is in tenth place in size with a population of 1.74 million as of 2009. Later, data appeared according to which the capital of Pakistan is considered the third largest city in the country with a population of more than 4.5 million inhabitants. If you like this city, then take the cheap London - Islamabad flights and head off to relax and enjoy the sights of these beautiful places.
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Re: Where did you fly last time? (23rd Sep 19 at 3:06pm UTC)
Calvin! Have you been to Islamabad? What did you like the most? You noticed that in this city there are no street names. From west to east, the city is divided into sectors that are numbered from 6 to 11. And from north to east, sectors are indicated in Latin letters. If you look at the plan of the city, it resembles a chessboard. Each square is divided into 4 parts in the center of such a peculiar district, there is always a large shopping center and several grocery stores.
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Re: Where did you fly last time? (23rd Sep 19 at 6:36pm UTC)
We flew to Islamabad and really liked the Lahore fortress. The construction of the XII century, which served as the residence of Muhammad Guri. It was located at the crossroads between Tibet, India and Persia, therefore it was repeatedly conquered, destroyed and rebuilt again. The structure that reached us is a fortress of red sandstone, which was erected on the initiative of Akbar the Great.
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