Indian Doctor Finds Pleasant Hospitality in Pakistan
The hospitality and friendship exhibited by the villagers of Dhaliwal was unbelievable. We were treated like royalty. So many children gathered around us that I became a street magician and amused them by showing them tricks with coins and balls that I always carry in my pocket. We were greatly touched by the regard and affection shown by the villagers. We left with very heavy hearts. When we arrived in Gujranwalla, I called the drum maker to tell him we were nearby. Our new friend wanted us to stay for tea but we had leave for Islamabad . . . and for home in Canada.