The worst thing to happen after travelling is get sick. You’re already struggling to get over the tiredness and then BAM! you’re down with some God awful sickness, too. Anyway, I was in Karachi with my mother, because she received an award for all that she does. I’m a proud son.
Day 2 in Sargodha and some more exploring before I left.
I love it when things follow through a process. I guess it’s a very satisfying feeling and where else to find it except in a factory? And guess which factory I visited in Sargodha… Yup, Oranges!
Fun fact about me: I belong to Sargodha from my maternal side of the family.
Fun fact about Sargodha: There are A LOT of oranges and the people are the nicest. Just an instance of how people who don’t have much are so generous and giving, with no incentive to actually be that way. It really does warm your heart. It makes you wonder if people who are relatively much more blessed (financially) start to give so selflessy. What a world would that be?
They say the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. Here, you can see a real life example of it. Just opposite each other are, two of the most visited places of Islamabad (P.I.M.S and Centaurus Mall Islamabad), both by separate classes of the society. The polarization is shocking.
Exploring just another cafe in Islamabad – Mocca. Also, I accidentally happened to uncover some serious talent there and here’s what I think is lacking.
Customer service has to be a top priority, especially when you’re running a high end cafe. Without it, the experience is mostly frustrating, despite the delicious food. On a side note, we all experience getting stuck of rut in our lives – a set routine, almost like it’s all programmed. How to get out of it and why is it important?
Taking initiative is KEY.
It isn’t always big things that bring a change. It’s in fact, a lot of little things.
Some very serious paintball session with the boys, at Lake-view Park. More like a paintball battle, though.
And we think we got it bad…
This was by far one of the hardest vlogs to edit, emotionally and technically. I hope you and I reconsider our blessings, the next time we complain.
Doing my usual time lapse/shooting (not the appropriate word to be using in FATA, though. Lol). Not exactly how those prisoners feel, trapped in forts. But, I did have a slight panic attack to be honest. Also, Peshawar is beautiful despite what you get to see on the news.