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Hi Bianca,

wow, Love your work. The way you are thankful to Pakistani people, i have
the same feeling for you. Not many people appreciate anyone the way you
appreciated. thanks alot. God Bless you. You have done a great great job
portraying the right image of Pakistan. Thanks again.

I reside in Lahore. I'm currently writing an article about Multan and
visited Multan couple of days ago. visited shrines, old city etc.
this article will be available on which is to promote the
soft image of Pakistan.

kind regards

Sat, 30 Dec 2006 13:41:12

(added manually, B.)

Hi Bianca,
I'm originally from Pakistan and recently I've been rediscovering my roots.
Your website made me reflect on who I am and what I've been missing.
I cant wait to go back home and be!
Thank you so much
Saad Khan

Mon, 25 Apr 2005 19:12:45

(added manually, B.)

Dear Bianca,

Your Pakistan pages are very beautiful. Photographs were very colorful
and lively. What I liked most were the descriptions with these
photographs. I would like to thank you for sharing this colorful and
beautiful face of my country with the world.

Best wishes

Freitag, 15. April 2005 um 01:56 Uhr

This is some beatuiful and artistic work that you have done. I am from Multan and spend 8 years in Lahore for my education. Looking at the pictures and details, one can easily go through these places which out leaving the chair. I conragulate you on this beatuiful website and thank you for your efforts to bring into the light the true attitude and behavior of Pakistani peoples. Thank you.
Amir L Butt
Oklahoma, USA - Samstag, 5. Maerz 2005 um 23:33 Uhr

Hi Bianca,

I was in Trancoso in Feb 2005 and the sad thing is that your place is being

I'm sending you 2 pics of the entrance by mail.
Sorry, the door was closed and visits only to business interest.

A huge road between Eunapolis, Trancoso and Arraial is complete about 4
years ago and the access is so easy now. I drove about 1100km in a motorbike
from home to there and only asphalt to Trancoso.

A resort (Club Med) is ready to be build near the city and some devastation
around is true. I talked with Daniel and Valeria and they are making an ONG
there to try to protect the region.

The "mangue" is poor of life because some houses are being build near the shore and they are using falesia's sand to dry the mangue.

Just informations,

take care.

Luiz Gustavo

Brazil - Samstag, 26. Februar 2005 um 09:26 Uhr

I was doing searches on abdullah shah ghazi and came upon your site. Let me tell you I lived via your experiences. This trully is a world class international travel site. you give so much to your readers. Great job

New Jersey, USA - Freitag, 25. Februar 2005 um 22:21 Uhr

Hi Bianca,

Thanks for your note letting me know that you had added your adventures on the Sahel to your web site.

Once again, your love of traveling and your elegance at writing from an honest perspective portraying the realities of life for the people of the places you visited - is refreshing.

Your lack of bias offers a calm and balanced opportunity to experience things which are to me extraordinary ways of living, but are of course quite ordinary to the peoples of those places.

I think that way of seeing the world reveals the true travelers' heart - looking, looking, breathlessly at life.

It is a pleasure to view and to read.


Vancouver, Canada - Donnerstag, 24. Februar 2005 um 06:25 Uhr

It was great to see your beautiful photos. I especially liked the colorful presentation and your descriptions. There is a warm and personal touch to your web pages of Pakistan. Thank you for efforts. I too am a lover of Pakistans landscape and people, but that is mostly due to my origins.

Always wanted to visit Sehwan and Multan at the time of the Urs. Perhaps I will plan a trip one day.

When you have the time you are invited to visit my photos of Northern Pakistan at:

Montreal, Canada - Donnerstag, 24. Februar 2005 um 00:07 Uhr

an absolutly gorgeous site... im really impressed, youve seen more of pak than i have. i really love the way youve captured the wide variety of religous and cultural beauty throughout pakisatn (an even the not so buetifull). its an invaluble site that really brings out the true essence of pak.

Thanks alot for your honestly and open mindedness and good luck on your travels.

Bethesda, U.S - Mittwoch, 23. Februar 2005 um 22:52 Uhr

Hello Bianca,

The website is really a invaluabe work on the web. I am really grateful to you for placing such a beautiful photos of Pakistan and portrays mystic shrines. Especially the photoes of Sehwan Sharif, they are really very impressive. Well I dont have words to express the praise of your website. But I have one request that in some photoes of sehwan sharif the shoe image is in the middle, I would be grateful if you move those navigation images little bit down as it is little bit awkward in terms of respect and esteem.
(OK, done, B.)

I would to like to thanks to all people who commented as to make feedback to Bianca.


Hamburg, Germany - Sonntag, 16. Januar 2005 um 02:29 Uhr

Cool website. will recommend it to my friends.
LA, Canada - Samstag, 15. Januar 2005 um 23:33 Uhr

Thank you for this site! :)
NY, USA - Freitag, 14. Januar 2005 um 08:57 Uhr

I surf and find your fantastic homepage, bookmarked it and will be back!

MI, DE - Dienstag, 11. Januar 2005 um 04:56 Uhr

It is sad to see people posting commercial messages here. It is so annoying. Hope these messages will be removed ASAP.


Amjad Hasnie
Bedford, USA - Freitag, 31. Dezember 2004 um 01:07 Uhr
I have recently been considering a tour to India / Pakistan and was interested in your sight. I am also a member of WSPA (World Society for the Protection of Animals) Your site came up because I searched on Hyderabad. Pakistan may indeed be as beautiful as you depict, but I won't be visiting as it is the only country in the world where BEAR BAITING with DOGs still exists, depsite the fact that the President of Pakistan has issued a directive banning this activity. The Sept 04 Issue 69 of Animals International has a three page article on this issue. This article states: "the level of corruption in some areas may be shown by the fact than an event that took place in HYDERABAD earlier this year was ORGANISED by the local Divisional WILDLIFE OFFICER.

My opinion is that I would not want to visit a country which outlaws bear baiting, yet allows it to continue through corruption, and the very people who support the activity by attending may be the ones providing you with tourist services.

Auckland, New Zealand - Mittwoch, 22. Dezember 2004 um 21:34 Uhr


GOOD BY..............
islamabad, pakistan - Mittwoch, 22. Dezember 2004 um 05:45 Uhr

AOA & a Good Day.
Very good efforts. I am pleased to view the entire site and aware of many different pictorial depiction of informtaion as I have never been at those places. It encouraged my thrust to visit the shrines in person and collect valuable information. Regards.
Shahnawaz Adil
Greater London, England, United Kingdom - Dienstag, 21. Dezember 2004 um 10:35 Uhr

I am a Pakistani, have been living in canada for the past 3 years and miss Pakistan terribly. I really enjoyed the site, and it is heartening to see a website/visitor to Pakistan who can look beyond the ugly politics and see the true beauty of my homeland. Thanx
vancouver,, canada - Mittwoch, 15. Dezember 2004 um 04:44 Uhr

Hi MA Name is Kashif nd m living in lahore i jus come acrossed dis Cite dis is incradible cite....Jus realy Glad to see me Own city Lahore Nice work as well plzzzzzzz keeep yr work up like da sky Thanks
Kashif Butt <>
Lahore, Pakistan - Donnerstag, 25. November 2004 um 17:42 Uhr

I was looking up Qalandar on the web, and followed your footsteps through Sehwan. I'm a Hindu from India, and I've lived most of my life in Bombay. But my ancestors came to Bombay from near the Pakistan border. I don't speak Urdu and Sindhi, but I understand about 75% of it, because my own languages are so similar. I make a pretty good cup of that spicy, milky tea myself ;) The Pakistan you showed me feels like home. Thank you for sharing.

Uma <>
State College, Pennsylvania, USA - Montag, 22. November 2004 um 00:50 Uhr

I was surfing the web to show my girlfriend some pictures from pakistan,and I stumbled upon your web site. Please accept my heartfelt congrats on such a great effort.
It was a pleasure visiting your web site.

Great job,well done,Thanks,irfan

irfan dasti <>
boston, usa - Freitag, 22. Oktober 2004 um 04:55 Uhr

the pictures of the buildings like The Pillar of the World are beautiful. why is that most of the building there are one story? after going through this website i want to go to pakistan, too. it had never crossed my mind to really go to pakistan, because of local misconseptions of how dangerous places like that are. i guess you just have to be careful. the clothes look cool. they must be really loight, too. i imagine that its really hot there.
andy riet <>
u.s. - Mittwoch, 8. September 2004 um 15:30 Uhr

COOL WEBSITE! i really enjoyed the pictures. you make we want to go to Pakistan. i think i'll begin planning it next summer. thank you very much for taking the time to put this website together. i will look at your website for the best places to go.
mary clark <>
milwaukee, USA - Mittwoch, 8. September 2004 um 15:24 Uhr

When you talked about the bomb exploding you said that no one was killed, but there were two people insured. Did you mean injured?
amy ruth <>
ruskin, fl, usa - Mittwoch, 8. September 2004 um 15:23 Uhr

You're right, thanx, a typo! B.

You have explored my homeland more than I ever did and produced a very accurate and honest picture of Pakistan and its people. This is when rest of the world is busy defaming this beautiful land and nation, I highly appreciate that.

I like to add an explanation of one picture in Multan section where you wrote that you were not sure what these guys were up to. Around Urs or any religious day, many people go to local Mazar and place or present a Chadar (the tomb-cover made of fabric). This Chadar is brought in a ceremonial way as shown in the picture, couple of guys beating drums, playing Nafiris and at-least four of them holding a green Chadar from corners. They approach the Mazar from all sides.

Did I miss on the website or you did not get a chance to visit Data Gunj Baksh's Mazar in Lahore which definitely is place of its own kind. Thanks again and wish another pleasant trip to Pakistan.

Amjad Hasnie <>
Bedford, USA - Freitag, 3. September 2004 um 19:18 Uhr

Hi, I LOVED your site, beautiful design. I also enjoyed all the great pictures, really makes me want to visit these places myself. Im glad you enjoyed your stay and left with a positive impression of the people. Many people are afraid to venture into Pakistan, even some Pakistanis from here are cautious, but I admire your open mindedness and confidence.
Might I suggest you visit farther North. Im from Northern Punjab, the Salt range area which is very beautiful and rugged. You should visit kalar kahar, which is a beautiful lake and resort area where the mughal king Babur once passed through and admired. Nearby is Katas which has a natural spring, and many ancient temples, and is holy to Hindus as its supposedly one of the sites where the mahabarta took place, the Chinese traveler Hung Sung is also said to have visited.. Last you should visit Khewra, which has perhaps one of the oldest and largest salt mines in the subcontinenet, very beautiful inside, the surrounding villages are also nice with friendly people.. Lodgings at Kalar Kahar are very good, and its easy to get their from lahore by the motorway. If you evr get a chance to vist Pak again, do visit these places you wont be dissapointed:). Anyways, thanks for sharing your pics once again.
Take care.

A Ahmed. <>
NY, USA - Mittwoch, 1. September 2004 um 11:14 Uhr

Bianca que saudades ...beijo para tdos
cabocla <caboclabarreto>
- Samstag, 14. August 2004 um 22:33 Uhr

Schöne Site, weiter so.
Werde mich ganz durchlesen.
Bin gespannt auf Neue Berichte.

Nievergelt R. <>
Zürich, Schweiz - Freitag, 23. Juli 2004 um 12:58 Uhr


this is a very well done website...very really makes me want to go back and see parts of the country i have yet to see....please add more of your travels!!! khoda hafez

asad <>
nyc, usa - Dienstag, 20. Juli 2004 um 19:35 Uhr

Dear Webmaster
Wow.......... i m thinking about your great website that how a breliat effot did you . its a one of the most beautiful designer page. i m impress for that. and will be request to you that can you help me or not in my website to little design for it. only first page

Abdullah Khan Shahi <>
Swat, Pakistan - Montag, 19. Juli 2004 um 08:09 Uhr