I haven’t had many blogs up recently and that was because I was on holiday to my original homeland Pakistan. Yep, I was born in Pakistan back in January 13th 1993. It is my original home and I thought I would write about my later experiences there.
Now being born there and being raised in England has its major balances. Such as we live in a village in Pakistan, there is no internet connection or even at times phone connection and there is barely any electricity. There is some form of electricity, but they intend to take it every other hour.
Those can be frustrating to handle, but at the same time it felt like a relief. No internet and no phone meant freedom in a sense. No more stress and no more panic when you had no internet and phone. I found that to be a huge part of the enjoyment at Pakistan.
I live in a small village which is about an hour and a half away from the capital city Islamabad. It feels pretty lonely, but it is also relieving to have the best time as you possibly can. You are like free there from the stress and the work overload. I certainly was and I was glad that I went.
This was my fifth time in Pakistan and I never saw it until now. And that is the beautiful scenery Pakistan has.
That is how they do the laundry. They get the clothes and go to a local lake and wash it there.
That was my view every time I woke up. Look at the beauty of it. Every morning, I would wake up and look at the beauty from my grandparents house. The view was beyond breathtaking. It felt like I was in another world it was that amazing.
Pakistan gets under appreciated because of the attacks that happen. But believe me, Pakistan is a breathtaking country with beautiful scenery and locations. And in the near future, I wish to make a film there.
You can look at more of my pictures of Pakistan on my instagram http://www.instagram.com/fuwadabrar