The climate is tropical and humid for seven months, while the dry, desert winds of the Harmattan blow south from November to March, bringing cooler weather though little moisture.
Annual temperatures vary between 75 and 98 degrees Fahrenheit (23 and 35 degrees Celsius) in the south and 65 to 100 degrees Fahrenheit (18 to 38 degrees Celsius) in the north.
I am not a fan of nicknames (that includes pet names and terms of endearment) so don't use any of them.
Let yourself be overwhelmed by the size and scope of this city: its heartbreaking disparity between rich and poor, and its breathtaking sights and sounds.
Karachi is popularly known as the City of Lights for its liveliness, and the City of The Quaid, being the birth and burial place of Quaid-e-Azam, the founding father of Pakistan.
Napier Road is situated in the city of Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan and is named after Charles Napier, the first British Governor of the Sindh province.
The road is the principal red-light district of Karachi.