Hunza Valley: A Whole New Spectrum Of Colors

Like a single grain of cereal in a giant bowl, Hunza Valley of Pakistan resides in the footsteps of both Himalayas and Karakoram mountains, thus giving you a view of nature and beauty, unlike any other place.

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Chenab: Pakistan’s River Of Love

A river creates so many stories while flowing from one place to another and helps in shaping lives of everyone in its path. It flourishes vast lands of crops and provide the basic necessity of life to everyone. Any river in the world holds a very special place in those hearts which it helps beating.

The Indus River of Pakistan comprises of several tributaries. Out of those tributaries, one such river is Chenab (which means moon water).

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I’m Still With Murree

Yup, we are still in Murree, thanks to my friend Zia, as this hill station is full of eye soothing wonders of nature.

Zia's Trip (24)

Like I mentioned in my last post about Murree (click here to read it), the area is covered with pine and oak filled mountains. There are many springs and rivulets also which adds up more beauty. You can even view snowy peaks of Kashmir and sometimes, viewing the crest of Nanga Parbat is also possible.

You can reach Murree from either Islamabad or Rawalpindi via rental cars which are easily available. Most of the hotels are located in Mall Road area where accommodation is available on reasonable rates during off-seasons. But during summer and winter, empty rooms are hard to find and hotels will charge you more if they have one. Continue reading

I’m With Murree

Okay, where were we?

Oh yes! We were heading towards snowy filled mountains surround by giant trees after checking out Lahore’s Badshahi Mosque, Shahi Qila and a sneek peak into the Food Street.

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Guest Post: The Other Picture of Pakistan

Name Pakistan creates a picture of a lawless land in your mind where extremism flourishes and society is in chaos. A dark picture indeed it is.

Pakistan Map

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