Things to remember while entertaining visitors from abroad…
So a friend of mine has recently visited from New Zealand for a few days, and his events inspired this post.
A few things to keep in mind while entertaining a visitor from abroad:
First of all, food to be avoided for weak stomachs includes: Chicken Tikka, salad bars and sides of veggies, filtered tap water, pani purri, road side snacks…
In the case that one of the above is ingested, then the proper therapy would be 1 sachet of ORS in 4 glasses of water, while taking flagyl pills to douse the acid build up in the stomach.
Next, places to visit to show off some of the highlights of Pakistani culture include: Camel rides at the beach, sea view dhol wala’s, boat basin’s chaat, bun kebabs, fresh agha’s juice, and finally sheesha.
The next day pursue a route around the city looking at the architecture of Quaid-e-Azzim’s tomb, and house, Mahata Palace and the Abdullah Shah Ghazi. The top it off with a tour through Zenaib Market for neat cultural items.
If anyone can recomend any other cultural hot spots to entertain visitors with, I’d love to hear your comments!