The tourism industry in Pakistan has resumed its revival, and many foreign bloggers shared their journeys in Pakistan with all followers, from the most primitive landscapes to the main cities.
Alyne Tamir, an American blogger, tried to break the stereotype of Pakistan and help Pakistan regain its policies through its travel blog. Alyne is an American, but her father is an Israeli. My first application for a Pakistani visa was rejected. His fiancé is a Muslim, but because he holds an Israeli passport, he is not allowed to enter the country.
Also, she visited Karachi and Lahore before heading to the northern part of Pakistan. She said in an interview: “She wants to know what women in Pakistan will do because the media reports are not many, which has negatively affected him, and he knows nothing about the lives of women here.”
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Hi Mom and Dad! Everything’s fine ? It’s a bizarre loophole that I can come to Pakistan, a country that doesn’t allow Israeli passport holders. My Dad is Israeli but I am American, and my MUSLIM boyfriend can’t enter (because he holds an Israeli passport). So here I am! The American! With an Israeli Dad. In Pakistan! With India photobombing in the background! This is why I don’t have a 5 year plan ?? PS ZINDABAD* Typo correction from stories ? PPS LAHORE MEET UP TOMORROW Info in stories!
Joy Dou is another blogger who visited about 14 countries including Pakistan, and Joey also visited Lahore and almost all the famous places in the north without losing any of them and enjoying all the beauty of Pakistan. And share it with its followers.
All the photos released by Joy directly show the clothing of Pakistan or the traditional costumes of the places he visited. She also rode a motorcycle on the Karakoram Highway.
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Hello, it’s me, your local Karachi Bus Driver – coming to pick you up IN STYLE! ? Taking this photo was a cultural experience, including trying to cross a highway with no crosswalk, panicking, and staying in the middle for 10 minutes wondering if I’d have to live in the middle of a highway for the rest of my life (almost RIP Alyne ?). Thank you Karachi for the great DAY 2 in Pakistan! See you tomorrow LAHORE! XxAlyne ?: @mrad92
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