Lahore is home to such amazing historic gems. Remember going to badshahi mosque and shahi qilla on my school trip. Frankly only remember that part😂
This was a more aware kinda trip, I will remember more this time😋
Such amazing places Badshahi mosque and shahi qila.
So rich with history and architectural beauty.❤
ALL the lahoris must visit here and promote local tourism, not just in Lahore but all over Pakistan. Pakistan holds so much beauty that one doesn't even need to go abroad.
Appreciation post for my pyara Pakistan.
Life is a book, destinies are the pages....randomly change pages to have fun.....
2 5916 January, 2020
Some highlights of my beautiful historical city My city is small but its people are sincere lovers It is also called the city of Sofia. There are many shrines. Historians call this city 5,000 years old. City mangoes from all over the world are liked.
سجنو، دوستو، سنگیو، بیلیو، بزرگو، چھوٹو، خواتینو، لڑکیو، اور بھائیو! کوئی رہ گیا ھے تو خود ھی ٹپک جائے. دیکھیں اگر پتہ چل گیا تو پلیز خاموش مت رھیں اوھو !!! ہم گھومنے کی بات کر رھے ہیں
So let's say "HELLO JANUARY"
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🗓️Jan 19, 2020
Even during the winter in Pakistan you get to enjoy sunny warm days ❤️☀️... and the oranges.... ohhh the oranges here are from heaven ! Never in my life have I tasted such juicy and sweet fresh oranges like these ... in Pakistan in general oranges are the best ... but the ones at this farm were far next level #🍊 #islamabad#khanpur#pakistan#tourismpakistan#visitpakistan#picnic #🇵🇰 .
Our day consisted of a picnic at my friends farm with his family. What a lovely time eating a lot, laughing a lot and enjoying much more 🥰❤️ ... I even got to ride on a bike and a rickshaw 🎈📸🌅🙌🏼
0 13514 January, 2020
🍽 𝐊𝐚𝐫𝐚𝐜𝐡𝐢 𝐄𝐚𝐭 𝟐𝟎𝟐𝟎 🍽 .
‘Oh brownie wizard! Let’s have some brownies!’ These words come out of my mouth after seeing @thebrowniewizard stall at @karachieat
I can say that I’m one of their loyal customers because almost on every occasion we order their brownies at work and home.
I’ve been showing tourists around town for a while now. Over the past ten years or so I’ve met folks from all over the world, I love noticing little little nuances about each nationality. Australian travellers tend to be easygoing and laid back, Germans tend to be the most well read and researched, Americans are the most practical and up front about money related issues, Brits take some time to open up, interestingly Filipinos and Pakistanis really seem to get one another on a spiritual level despite not having much in common.
With each interaction I learnt something new about the tourist experience in Pakistan. With increasing accessibility and easing visa regulations, visiting Pakistan has never been this easy. However with that being said there are a few things that you should keep in mind to make the most of your trip. I along with @maryam.hassan4 compiled together this comprehensive list of 10 basic things that you should absolutely know before planning a trip to Pakistan.
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Me & Ahsen were debating where to go in the north, but then decided not to travel. My dad is gone for hajj and mom needed company and also all the rain forecast up north.
Here’s all I the stuff I’ve done so far:
- enjoying the weather
- cooked biryani yesterday for lunch
- reorganising around the house
- reading up on goalsetting, I discovered an amazing resource @james_clear
- enjoyed dinner with mom & siblings
- played Sequence with friends
We also did have the electricity issue issue but luckily, it was not that bad.
And tomorrow Im invited by my friend & rj @artjay.m on @fm91.official to talk about travel & holidays. It will be my first time being on a radio.
How’s your Eid break going? 📍📷: Swiss Wood Cottage, Naran 2018
22 1,36713 August, 2019
Happy Summer Solstice! ☀️🌕
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This summer, besides melting in Karachi heat, I'm musing about my financials. One because, I am still a struggling entrepreneur, and while there have been goals achieved, I left a steady paycheque and haven't been able to build something as steady & fat, as yet. Second, thanks to Dollar rate, 🤯 the value of my earnings has dropped like wtf!
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WHERE ARE YOU ON YOUR TRACK THIS SUMMER?
Let's have a conversation. I don't want nice picture walay comments, please. I really wanna talk.
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📷: Husbaynnd @ahsen.ikhlas #SummerSolstice#WhereAreYouNow
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ON MY WAY BACK FROM KASHMIR, I WROTE A LIST OF THINGS I SHOULD BE GRATEFUL🙏 FOR.
We went up till Arang Kel, in Neelum Valley Kashmir. Though it is not a very remote town and surprisingly it had more amenities of life compared to say, Kalash; the 24 hours I spent in the meadow without internet/phone made me reflect on everything I have back home in the city and is not available here (or in many remote towns in different corners of the world). Take a good pause on each of these, close your eyes and imagine how your day would be like without it:
1. Electricity & its connectivity to a button in the wall
2. Gas & its connectivity to the knob of our stove
3. Water & Plumbing system resulting in tap water
4. Roads, paved, smooth, concrete
5. Mode of transport; cars, bus, cycle, truck, rickshaw, boats, planes
6. Telecommunication; resulting in the facility to speak to anyone anywhere in the world
8. Choices of food; sweet, sour, grilled, boiled, fried, cut, chopped, frozen, fresh, imported, local
9. Healthcare facility; clinics, pharmacies, 24HRS signboard
10. Education facility; books, teachers, schools
I AM SO SO SO THANKFUL TO THE UNIVERSE FOR GIVING ME THE PRIVILEGE TO ENJOY ALL THESE WONDERS OF HUMAN, that have made life a convenient and sweet ride.
Just because we've never seen life without these, doesn't mean, that's a default for every human existing on this 🌎planet.
📍: enroute Kel (Neelum Valley)
📷: i framed, driver held the camera & i used phone remote to click
17 96217 September, 2019
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