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Indra - Our dog with a broken leg - Symptomes
Sunday, 30 December 2007
In may 2007 our white Swiss Sheppard badly injured her left front leg from falling down concrete stairs in Kathmandu – Nepal. On first glance we thought she had a broken leg, however looking more closely the injury turned out to be more complex.

Indra - our dog with leg injury - Overview
Sunday, 30 December 2007
Here you find a start to finish description of Indra’s left front paw fracture from May till December 2007. Indra is a Swiss (Canadian / White) Sheppard - age 6 - and accompanies us on a journey through Asia by truck. Her ordeal covers a 8 month episode till a reasonable recovery. In the summer of 2007 we found little to none information on the internet about similar injuries. The info you’ll find here is intended for dog owners, travellers and vets or anyone looking for a reference about dog paw fractures.

Using MTN Irancell in Iran
Thursday, 27 December 2007
Since 2006 foreigners in Iran can use the national mobile phone networks on a limited scale in national as well as in international roaming mode. As a foreigner in Iran it’s now possible to buy a mobile pre-pay card from MTN Irancell or use the international roaming service of TCI with a foreign mobile network. Here you find a few experiences with Iranian mobile phone networks in November / December 2007.

From Quetta to Taftan - Driving the RCD desert highway
Thursday, 29 November 2007
The N40 RCD desert highway links Iran with Pakistan - a 680 Km long partly single lane road from the Iran / Pakistan border town Taftan to the Baluchistan capital Quetta. This trade route is mainly used by Pakistani and Iranian truckers, bus companies, fuel smugglers and the occasional foreign traveller.

For many first time travellers The RCD desert highway is a big unknown – there’s little information to be found other than a line on a map. The Baluchistan province in Pakistan is a desolate area, but there’s a lot going on. We drove this route in October 2006 and in November 2007 – each journey taking about 2 days. Here you find a few bits and pieces about the RCD desert highway.

Emergency rule in Pakistan
Thursday, 15 November 2007
As preparation for our 2007/2008 winter tour to the south of Iran we stayed at the campsite for foreigners in Islamabad. First to apply for the Iranian visa, second to refill our supplies. As in October 2006 – Islamabad felt largely the same. But this time the political turmoil peaked with Benazir Bhutto returning to Pakistan and Pervez Musharaf declaring the state of emergency. However life at the campsite was unchanged with travellers still coming in from China and Iran.

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