Karachi, in the days of yore

Flexing my nostalgic bloggy muscles by putting up some pictures I had saved what seems like a long time ago. Sometimes I yearn to go back in time….and so I will.

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2 thoughts on “Karachi, in the days of yore

    1. Hello again Peter! So good to hear from you 🙂 All of these old buildings go back to the British occupation of India, when they invested in this once tiny fishing village and turned it into a major port for commerce and industry.

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