There are so many days where I don’t feel beautiful, I look in the mirror and only see my flaws. I have days where people tell me that I am beautiful, I say thank you but I don’t really believe it. We are so connected to social networks where everyone seems perfect that we forget that none of us are .
Embrace your flaws, you are imperfect, permanently and inevitable flawed. And you are beautiful .
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Nature is one of the most underutilized treasures in life. It has the power to unburden hearts and reconnect to that inner place of peace.
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The wait is finally over ! Here comes the video of Final Year Tour of Chemical'15 Section B. Starting from Lahore, we visited Hunza, Khunjrab Pass, Bisham, Chillas, Eagle's Nest, Rakaposhi Point, Junction Point, Naltar Valley, Baltit & Altit Forts and alot more places. A 5 days tour with best people, best places and best timings.
Plans have a funny way of falling to pieces when you least expect them.
While in Gulmit, @themadhatters.pk and I wanted to walk a bit before going to meet with potential homestay hosts in Passu for the women's tour we're researching.
We figured we'd take a couple of hours to do the short trek from the famous Hussaini suspension bridge to the lesser known Passu bridge, then find our hosts for some afternoon tea.
Early in the afternoon, we hitched a ride to Hussaini in the back of a truck, then got walking. The path was clear, and we had the Maps.me app to assist us just in case.
But half an hour in, a local boy directed us away from the path we were on. He suggested we cut through his village and go straight, saying it was a shorter and better route.
Half hour later we were totally lost, roaming around in a rocky field of nothingness with no clue as to where the next bridge was, stopped from continuing further thanks to steep gorge before us.
Tired and hungry, we straggled on. Eventually we somehow found and crossed this rather unnerving bridge, but again we found ourselves lost and trapped, this time in the riverbed below the bridge.
We ended up pushing through thorny underbrush into someone's village garden right after sunset. Their children guided us to the highway where a bus of students drove up at the exact moment we appeared at the roadside, giving us a lift back to Gulmit right as it started to rain. Our first stroke of luck that day.
TL;DR we got completely lost for hours, made the rookie mistake of forgetting to bring snacks, almost got stuck in the middle of nowhere after dark, and totally failed to meet our hosts.
It was a grand if exhausting adventure, but also goes to show how a nice picture doesn't always show the entire story.
Have you ever gotten totally lost during your travels? What happened?
[5 day tour to Hunza] (Transport, Food, Photography and Stay included)
From Lahore: Rs.15,000/head
From Islamabad: Rs.14,500/head
Twin sharing/couple: Rs.18,000/head (Lahore)
Twin sharing/couple: Rs.17,500/head (Islamabad)
For booking and details:-
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Registration deadline: 31st May, 2019
Meeting spot: Rahat Bakery near Wapda town, Lahore.
9th june, 2019: Departure from Lahore at 11:00 pm.
Day #1 (10th june, 2019): Breakfast in Naran at 12:00 pm. Dinner and stay in Chillas at 9:00 pm.
for becoming the #1st_Ever_Pakistani to summit Mt. Lhotse (8,516 m), the Fourth Highest Peak in the World.
He is from Hunza. Climbed Nanga Parbat (8,124 m) in 2017 and K2, in July 2018. All summit done without Supplementary Oxygen.
In one of his interviews, he said:- "آکسیجن کے ساتھ پہاڑ سر کرنے کو میں پہاڑ سر کرنا سمجھتا ہی نہیں"
وَلَلْآخِرَةُ خَيْرٌ لَّكَ مِنَ الْأُولَىٰ
"And surely what comes after is better for you than that which has gone before" ~Al Quran
31517 May, 2019
Its time come to your dream into true by spending this EID at the most stunning and beautiful places of Pakistan #denstiny_tours1 is going to arrange the most amazing tour packages for you, your friends and family on this EID.
Book your seat before 25th May and get 25% special Discount on each Package
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If you're looking for a comfortable, away-from-the-hush kinda place to stay in Hunza, then instead of getting a hotel in busy Karimabad - stay in Aliabad at COLONEL IKRAM LODGES
Tidy spacious rooms named after their martyred soldiers, serve great tasting food at rooftop level, have proper hot water facility, peaceful surroundings and a view of mighty Rakaposhi to wake up to... Room Prices:
Baltit fort is influenced by Tibetan architectural style, the origin of this fort goes 700 years back. The main structural frame is consisted of pegged timbers decorated with stone and brick-work from inside and outside.