Sunday, April 30, 2006

Visiting Pakistan in Summer

It's been quite a while since i arrived in Pakistan, and summer started with my arrival. It has been between 30 and 40 degrees in the day, even sometimes surpassing that. First two weeks were taken away by the preparation for my brother's wedding. His flight back to Australia was scheduled two days after the wedding. He got sick on that day and had to delay his flight for one week. He then departed for Australia.


My departure date is tomorrow. A few days back i looked for my air ticket but found it nowhere. All the family searched for it but in vain. Then i declared to Gulf Airline that i have lost the ticket and want a reprint. They said they'll have to send a request to Frankfurt to block my old ticket. The request will then be redirected to Bahrain headquarter which will allow Lahore office to reprint the ticket. This can take one to two weeks. This means i'll miss my flight. Later, my mother suggested to query my brother in Australia. I asked him; he searched; and found the ticket in his belongings. He then dispatched the ticket through the fastest service, but it won't reach until Monday (my flight day) since Monday is holiday (Labor day) in Pakistan. btw, it's not a holiday in Australia. So i also had to delay my flight a week and now i'll be flying next Monday if nothing else goes wrong. I will be able to attend six weddings during my five week stay in Pakistan :)

2 comments:

suleman said...

aoa, please help me:
1. I am planning to blog and want to do it in Urdu and need a lot of space too. Tell me good website.
2. Ap sarkar khanai ka kia kertai hain. Diyar-e-ghair main tau lagtai hai keh her shi Haram hai.... I had been eating a bread (considering it does not contain any pork or similar material seeing its content: that too written in jp:( ) but later some one told me its haram. bcaz the company is heard to be using pork oil treated blades to slice it.

suleman said...

n please email, dont answer on my / ur blog as I am only been able to check emails throughly these days. Allah Hafiz. Dua mai yaad rakhnaa.