We took an outing to Taxila northwest of Islamabad. Taxila is listed with the UNESCO World Heritage Centre and is considered to be one of the most important archaeological sites in Asia.
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We were just there for the restrooms.
Urdu teleprompter at Pakistan TV
The studio at the state Pakistan Television station was new and they didn't want just anybody walking on the chromofloor. I wasn't relevant enough.
Almost every building we entered, government or private, had an x-ray and metal detector checkpoint.
At every meeting out came the tea and cookies or little sandwiches.
Sometimes you just have to throw a good old-fashioned tantrum. This little girl's shoe had come untied and nothing was going to make her happy -- at the Faisal Mosque in Islamabad.
Shoe collection booth at the Faisal Mosque
Children play in an empty fountain at the Faisal Mosque in Islamabad.
The Pakistan Monument in Islamabad
Pakistan Monument in Islamabad
A Pakistani truck stop.
A Pakistini truck stop.
Donkeys haul stones out of the mountains; buses haul tourists out of the city.
Fixing lunch behind the ruins of Taxila.
Children play in an old rickshaw.
The Supreme Court of Pakistan with television trucks lined up to do live remotes.
Preparing salads and yams.
We finished our tour in Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan.
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