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  • میں نے دیکھا تو نہیں،محسوس کیا ہے تجھکو . 
میں تیری آواذ سے تیری،تصویر بنا سکتا ہوں 
#Murree
#QueenOfHills
  • میں نے دیکھا تو نہیں،محسوس کیا ہے تجھکو .
    میں تیری آواذ سے تیری،تصویر بنا سکتا ہوں
    #Murree
    #QueenOfHills
  • 3 0 7 hours ago
  • @tripmates.pk  TripMates Family Snow Hike ❤️
A Day Trip Mushkpuri Peak & Monal Rs 3500
30-31 March 2019
Snow Hike Towards Top 
Females, Families & Group Are Encouraged to join us 
For Booking And Details 
0332-0922000 | 0313-6990736 
Departure Time and place: 
Saturday Night 11:30 PM from jeff Heights Gulberg Near Hafeez Center
11:50 Pm From Pso Pump Near Daewoo Terminal Thokar Niaz Baig
Limited Slots Only 
Let’s Explore The Nature With TripMates Family 😇😇 #mushkpuri #hiking #snow #track #nature #explore #tripmates💕 #roadtrip #nathiagali #murree
  • @tripmates.pk TripMates Family Snow Hike ❤️
    A Day Trip Mushkpuri Peak & Monal Rs 3500
    30-31 March 2019
    Snow Hike Towards Top
    Females, Families & Group Are Encouraged to join us
    For Booking And Details
    0332-0922000 | 0313-6990736
    Departure Time and place:
    Saturday Night 11:30 PM from jeff Heights Gulberg Near Hafeez Center
    11:50 Pm From Pso Pump Near Daewoo Terminal Thokar Niaz Baig
    Limited Slots Only
    Let’s Explore The Nature With TripMates Family 😇😇 #mushkpuri #hiking #snow #track #nature #explore #tripmates 💕 #roadtrip #nathiagali #murree
  • 41 0 12 hours ago
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KARACHI peeps ! Meetup this Sunday! Details below
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I feel like Joan of Arc here ❤️
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To all the WOMEN out there- May you have the courage and perseverance to always follow your hopes and dreams. God granted us the strength to bear children. He gifted us the tenderness of a motherly heart and sisterhood to stand together as one. You have the ability to accomplish anything you whole heartedly set out to do. Never let the dreams of the little girl inside you diminish.  Don’t limit yourself. Think big, dream big ! And always follow your heart ❤️
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I heard there are quite a few women riders here in Karachi 🤩! Looking forward to meeting them and everyone this weekend!  I’ll be holding an open invite meetup this Sunday the 10th at 5 pm at Chai Shai in DHA sea view.  It will just be a casual meet n greet, as I had many people request to say hi - so come down and have some Chai ☕️ See you there !
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Who’s in Karachi and planning to come by ?
  • #Repost @rosiegabrielle (@get_repost)
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    KARACHI peeps ! Meetup this Sunday! Details below
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    I feel like Joan of Arc here ❤️
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    To all the WOMEN out there- May you have the courage and perseverance to always follow your hopes and dreams. God granted us the strength to bear children. He gifted us the tenderness of a motherly heart and sisterhood to stand together as one. You have the ability to accomplish anything you whole heartedly set out to do. Never let the dreams of the little girl inside you diminish. Don’t limit yourself. Think big, dream big ! And always follow your heart ❤️
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    I heard there are quite a few women riders here in Karachi 🤩! Looking forward to meeting them and everyone this weekend! I’ll be holding an open invite meetup this Sunday the 10th at 5 pm at Chai Shai in DHA sea view. It will just be a casual meet n greet, as I had many people request to say hi - so come down and have some Chai ☕️ See you there !
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    Who’s in Karachi and planning to come by ?
  • 22 1 24 March, 2019
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So, I’m pretty sure the movie “Madmax” got its inspiration from the #Truckart here in Pakistan ! 😍
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What do you think ? .
These trucks are a detailed visual masterpiece. It’s one of my favorite things about traveling across this country, is seeing all the magnificent pieces of art driving next to me. Each one unique and different from the rest. .
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There’s a great story behind these vehicles and the people who drive them that I’ll share soon!
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    So, I’m pretty sure the movie “Madmax” got its inspiration from the #Truckart here in Pakistan ! 😍
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    What do you think ? .
    These trucks are a detailed visual masterpiece. It’s one of my favorite things about traveling across this country, is seeing all the magnificent pieces of art driving next to me. Each one unique and different from the rest. .
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    There’s a great story behind these vehicles and the people who drive them that I’ll share soon!
  • 11 3 24 March, 2019
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Everyone told me it was too dangerous to come to Pakistan as a single female, let alone ride a motorcycle across the country. Now 1500 km’s into my tour I can tell you first hand what it’s like to travel Pakistan as a solo female and what I’ve experienced so far. 
Countless smiles and cheers of joy  as I pass people and they realize it’s a female riding. Numerous offers to stay in locals homes wherever I stop, families are always inviting me to stay with them.  When I stop for chai or snacks at a store, most often someone will buy it for me, or the owner will not let me pay, saying I’m a guest in their country and they would love to gift this to me.  Food food and more food! wherever I go, I’m offered to eat wonderful home cooked food 😋 or offered gifts of food from street vendors as I pass by.  Everyone wants to say hello and ask where I’m from and are curious what I think about Pakistan.  They want me to know that Islam is a  Peace and love and that I am accepted just the way I am. I’ve been gifted many things now by the people and families I stay with and been given the highest attention and hospitality, even if they don’t have much to give, they make sure I’m happy. And they give with their whole hearts.  So many beautiful connections & heart felt moments, I have truly fallen in love with the people here💗

This is Pakistan. This is the country of Peace and Love. And this is my unedited experience so far. As a solo female traveling by motorcycle. 
Pakistan has suffered greatly in past years due to the continuous negative image the media portrays. Since many years now, they aren’t used to seeing tourists.  So they’re overjoyed to see a foreigner. Not because I‘m anyone special, but because it gives them hope.  Hope that Pakistan will once again be recognized for the beautiful country it is and the true heart of the people will be seen. People have labeled Pakistan as dangerous or that the people aren’t good. And I’ve seen how that personally affects the people here, it brings them to tears to have such accusations, and it breaks my heart to know what is said and how they’re treated abroad having experienced the cultu
  • #Repost @rosiegabrielle (@get_repost)
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    Everyone told me it was too dangerous to come to Pakistan as a single female, let alone ride a motorcycle across the country. Now 1500 km’s into my tour I can tell you first hand what it’s like to travel Pakistan as a solo female and what I’ve experienced so far.
    Countless smiles and cheers of joy as I pass people and they realize it’s a female riding. Numerous offers to stay in locals homes wherever I stop, families are always inviting me to stay with them. When I stop for chai or snacks at a store, most often someone will buy it for me, or the owner will not let me pay, saying I’m a guest in their country and they would love to gift this to me. Food food and more food! wherever I go, I’m offered to eat wonderful home cooked food 😋 or offered gifts of food from street vendors as I pass by. Everyone wants to say hello and ask where I’m from and are curious what I think about Pakistan. They want me to know that Islam is a Peace and love and that I am accepted just the way I am. I’ve been gifted many things now by the people and families I stay with and been given the highest attention and hospitality, even if they don’t have much to give, they make sure I’m happy. And they give with their whole hearts. So many beautiful connections & heart felt moments, I have truly fallen in love with the people here💗

    This is Pakistan. This is the country of Peace and Love. And this is my unedited experience so far. As a solo female traveling by motorcycle.
    Pakistan has suffered greatly in past years due to the continuous negative image the media portrays. Since many years now, they aren’t used to seeing tourists. So they’re overjoyed to see a foreigner. Not because I‘m anyone special, but because it gives them hope. Hope that Pakistan will once again be recognized for the beautiful country it is and the true heart of the people will be seen. People have labeled Pakistan as dangerous or that the people aren’t good. And I’ve seen how that personally affects the people here, it brings them to tears to have such accusations, and it breaks my heart to know what is said and how they’re treated abroad having experienced the cultu
  • 10 1 24 March, 2019
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Chai Peeni Hai ! 
MEET-UP In KARACHI TODAY ! .
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Have some Chai, come say hi, TODAY, Sunday March 10th at Chai Shai DHA seaview at 5 pm. All welcome ! 
I had a lot of requests for people to come meet me, so I created a group gathering to come hang out and meet all you amazing folks !! .
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See you there ☺️ ....
#BigtrailPakistan
  • #Repost @rosiegabrielle (@get_repost)
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    Chai Peeni Hai !
    MEET-UP In KARACHI TODAY ! .
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    Have some Chai, come say hi, TODAY, Sunday March 10th at Chai Shai DHA seaview at 5 pm. All welcome !
    I had a lot of requests for people to come meet me, so I created a group gathering to come hang out and meet all you amazing folks !! .
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    See you there ☺️ ....
    #BigtrailPakistan
  • 15 2 23 March, 2019
  • #Repost @rosiegabrielle (@get_repost)
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This is not a journey across a country
This is a journey to the depths of my SOUL 
To the outside world, i’m a girl- on a motorbike - crossing Pakistan. Sharing my adventure, encounters, and sharing the beautiful love of the people here.  And although this is a wonderful mission of mine, this is still MY mission.  But God has other plans for me. This trip has been nothing BUT easy.  And I havn’t exactly shared the struggles with you.  For there is a greater battle going on.  I’ve been ripped bare and all my wounds have been exposed. As humans, one of the greatest challenges, is to “let go”. We hold on to every little thing that makes us “comfortable”. It may be the approval from others, ourself. Our identity, ego. It could be security, or even our own pain. Pakistan has been one big lesson for me. And everything that could of gone wrong- has.  It’s challenging me beyond my own capacity, pushing beyond my limitations so that my own triggers are forced to be seen. undeniably I’m forced to witness again and again, what no longer serves me.  That life has become so unbearably uncomfortable for me that I have no choice but to surrender. Because these old ways, of who I thought I was or what I needed to “be” are finally released.  Because God has a bigger plan for me. And the more I hold on to these ideals of who I think I am, the longer it will take to become who I truly am. Life tests you in this way, and the things that happen “to us” are merely there  to show us the areas in which we need to grow. .
Tonight was my final test. As I completed my journey across Pakistan completely solo.  In a dazed and frazzled state, I did the unthinkable.  I formatted my data! How this happened. I don’t know. A greater force was at task. As I broke down into inconsolable tears for hours, cursing myself, erupting in a fit of rage against myself. How could I possibly do this?  I was reminded, CHOOSE LOVE. In the depths of my despair, thinking about how much I suffered and sacrificed on this trip to make this content, to just lose everything in a split second.  I had to let it all go. I had to forgive myself. And know there is something far gr
  • #Repost @rosiegabrielle (@get_repost)
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    This is not a journey across a country
    This is a journey to the depths of my SOUL
    To the outside world, i’m a girl- on a motorbike - crossing Pakistan. Sharing my adventure, encounters, and sharing the beautiful love of the people here. And although this is a wonderful mission of mine, this is still MY mission. But God has other plans for me. This trip has been nothing BUT easy. And I havn’t exactly shared the struggles with you. For there is a greater battle going on. I’ve been ripped bare and all my wounds have been exposed. As humans, one of the greatest challenges, is to “let go”. We hold on to every little thing that makes us “comfortable”. It may be the approval from others, ourself. Our identity, ego. It could be security, or even our own pain. Pakistan has been one big lesson for me. And everything that could of gone wrong- has. It’s challenging me beyond my own capacity, pushing beyond my limitations so that my own triggers are forced to be seen. undeniably I’m forced to witness again and again, what no longer serves me. That life has become so unbearably uncomfortable for me that I have no choice but to surrender. Because these old ways, of who I thought I was or what I needed to “be” are finally released. Because God has a bigger plan for me. And the more I hold on to these ideals of who I think I am, the longer it will take to become who I truly am. Life tests you in this way, and the things that happen “to us” are merely there to show us the areas in which we need to grow. .
    Tonight was my final test. As I completed my journey across Pakistan completely solo. In a dazed and frazzled state, I did the unthinkable. I formatted my data! How this happened. I don’t know. A greater force was at task. As I broke down into inconsolable tears for hours, cursing myself, erupting in a fit of rage against myself. How could I possibly do this? I was reminded, CHOOSE LOVE. In the depths of my despair, thinking about how much I suffered and sacrificed on this trip to make this content, to just lose everything in a split second. I had to let it all go. I had to forgive myself. And know there is something far gr
  • 18 1 23 March, 2019
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PAKISTAN ZINDABAD 🇵🇰 .
Everyone told me it was too dangerous to travel Pakistan. That it was not safe for a solo female on a bike. After now completing my journey across the country by myself, I can tell you my first hand experience, what Pakistan is really about. .
PAKISTAN....be proud. That, as a country, a whole, you have made a remarkable imprint on my heart. No matter what hardships you’ve been through, you continue to shine. And the people’s love radiates across the land.  Stand tall. And continue to support one another knowing that the people, is the true heart of Pakistan. Unite as one. Knowing your value in the world and what Pakistan stands for. PEACE and LOVE. 
That, as a single foreign female in a Muslim predominant country, I never felt more safe, accepted, respected and loved. I’m often sent messages of gratitude and thanks for sharing my experiences here. For me, it’s not even a question of “thanks”. It’s a dutiful honor, a Gift from God. That I am able to share my experiences with the people here. For their hearts deserve to be seen. The world needs to be inspired.  And the people of this nation have set a precedent for all of HUMANITY. So I am humbled that I can be the vessel to share this love. For it is I that should be grateful for the unconditional love I’ve received. .
Happy PAKISTAN DAY 🇵🇰
May you all be blessed 💗
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#BigtrailPakistan
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    PAKISTAN ZINDABAD 🇵🇰 .
    Everyone told me it was too dangerous to travel Pakistan. That it was not safe for a solo female on a bike. After now completing my journey across the country by myself, I can tell you my first hand experience, what Pakistan is really about. .
    PAKISTAN....be proud. That, as a country, a whole, you have made a remarkable imprint on my heart. No matter what hardships you’ve been through, you continue to shine. And the people’s love radiates across the land. Stand tall. And continue to support one another knowing that the people, is the true heart of Pakistan. Unite as one. Knowing your value in the world and what Pakistan stands for. PEACE and LOVE.
    That, as a single foreign female in a Muslim predominant country, I never felt more safe, accepted, respected and loved. I’m often sent messages of gratitude and thanks for sharing my experiences here. For me, it’s not even a question of “thanks”. It’s a dutiful honor, a Gift from God. That I am able to share my experiences with the people here. For their hearts deserve to be seen. The world needs to be inspired. And the people of this nation have set a precedent for all of HUMANITY. So I am humbled that I can be the vessel to share this love. For it is I that should be grateful for the unconditional love I’ve received. .
    Happy PAKISTAN DAY 🇵🇰
    May you all be blessed 💗
    ...
    #BigtrailPakistan
  • 16 1 23 March, 2019