Re-blog: Touring Pakistan. Where we meet our guide and visit his city

As promised yesterday, here’s the link to the second episode of Touring Pakistan series I wrote up for Camille de Fleurville’s blog.

I hope you will like this little introduction of mine and my country, Pakistan.

You can read the first one by clicking here

For The Daily Post’s Tour Guide

 

 

Sketches and Vignettes from la Dordogne

Hello! My name is Hammad Rais and I’m truly grateful to Camille de Fleurville for letting me introduce not only myself on her blog but also my country Pakistan. You may have heard, read or even talked about Pakistan but in case if none is valid, then it’s okay. There are so many other places in the world about which I still don’t know. I didn’t know about Dordogne few months ago, frankly speaking. But thanks to the blogging world, I’m not only seeing such places but also experiencing lives, emotions, joy, happiness, sorrow, adventures, stories and so much more, as people like you invite me in their lives to share something we all have in common: Life.

So, questions like who am I or what I do or what I like or what I love to eat and more, are how I should tell you about me, a total…

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Touring Pakistan – Meet The Guide

Yesterday, I posted about working on a Touring Pakistan blogging series in collaboration with a fellow blogger, Camille de Fleurville. This is my very first blogging collaboration with a fellow blogger and I’m very much excited about it. I assure you that it will be fun all the way as I show the true beauty Pakistan holds.

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Mazar-e-Quaid, Karachi

 

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Minar-e-Pakistan, Lahore

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