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Aussie Couple Ditches Vintage Car Amid Jacobabad’s Scorching Heat

Aussie Couple

Australian travel enthusiasts Lang and Bev Kidby faced an unexpected hurdle during their journey through Sindh’s Jacobabad—the intense heat prompted them to abandon their beloved 102-year-old car.

Determined to continue their adventure, they opted for a 1922 model car to carry on their travels.

Their journey, aimed at creating unforgettable memories, took a challenging turn in the sweltering heat of Jacobabad, known as one of the hottest cities on earth.

The oppressive weather took its toll on the couple, leaving them exhausted and unwell.

Prior to their stop in Jacobabad, Lang and Bev had embarked on a remarkable exploration of Quetta, reveling in its breathtaking mountain scenery and Balochistan’s picturesque landscapes.

Crossing the border at Taftan on May 23, they began their Pakistani adventure, a journey they’ve undertaken together for 40 years, traversing the globe in their century-old car.

Faced with the unforgiving heat in Jacobabad, the couple made a pragmatic decision.

They arranged for their cherished vintage car to be loaded onto a truck bound for Lahore, opting instead to continue their journey in a more conventional vehicle.

With their vintage car en route to Lahore, Lang and Bev plan to proceed to India via the Wagah Border, marking the next leg of their extraordinary journey.

Despite the setback, their spirit of adventure remains undimmed, and they look forward to the experiences that lie ahead.

Their remarkable journey serves as a testament to the enduring spirit of exploration and the resilience of the human spirit in the face of challenges.

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