Gawadar Dash

by Khalid Omar

A mad dash to Gawadar from Lahore and back:

The story you are about to read, is a story of self-proclaimed adventure, misery, apathy, a mix of un-daunting and daunting courage and insaneness in the literal and/or emotional sense of the words. The story revolves around three people namely myself, Adeel aka ABC and Sufyan aka corky. Together these characters attempted to drive from Lahore to Gawadar and back in 4 days.

Writeup by Umer Shah. I leave you to comment on it’s madness!

Posted in Trips, May 10, 2007, by Khalid Omar

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Masd on May 22, 2007 11:15 PM

Great souls. Wonderful experience. This is life. Congrats on having exclusive randevouz with nature.

Zarrar on July 1, 2007 4:13 AM

Well, a very interesting narration. My friend has recently bought a Hilux and we have been planning to do a Islamabad to Gawadar trip for like the last two months. You have given me an impetus to do it now!!!!

Zarrar

Muhammad Fahad on July 10, 2007 4:56 PM

very interesting, I live in karachi and went to gawadar in Jan 2007. You have described the place in a very beautiful manner.

The only thing thats not right is the part about petrol. you start getting petrol a 100 km’s after Hub, and you keep getting irani petrol all along the way. you may have missed them as they are not sold in pertol stations they are kept in big blue cans, and sold in shops.

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