Dia Dhuit Ireland! Taking off to Dublin for a day

Hey guys! I can’t believe it… it took me forever, but this is officially the last post about my trip to Europe! Dublin was the last place we visited before going back to America. When we came back to Manchester,¬†after spending two weeks exploring Europe, we still wanted to travel some more. Our cousins suggested…

Belgium: Exploring Brugge and Brussels!

Another post about my European trip! (for those of you who are tired of reading these posts, I’m sorry but I still have a lot more posts planned about my travels ūüôā ) Brussels (our first stop) was a short drive from Paris. Before arriving, I had the idea that Belgium would be a very…

Party in the USA: Vacationing in Massanutten

Last year, my mom surprised us by booking a hotel for the whole family at the “Massanutten Resort” which is somewhere in the middle of Virginia. Now we were told that this was going to be a resort, and my mom actually bought it because they were promising $100 gift cards to whoever booked with…

Party in the USA: New York, New York!

New York has been a place that I have visited since I was a child. It’s so bright and lively, and throughout the years I have seen a¬†lot of different places here: from NYC to The Statue of Liberty, and even the Hamptons! New York City New York¬†City ¬†is one of the most famous cities…

Party in the USA: Inside access of The White House

Just before the Presiditial election (what an election that was!) my cousin helped us get a tour to The White House! In order to get a tour of The White House, you need to write a letter to your local representative (here¬†is all the stuff you need to know to help you get a tour)…

Islamabad Diaries: Finally here! Shah Faisal Masjid and Saidpur Village

We finally arrived in Islamabad after the four-hour drive from Lahore (it took us longer because we stopped at¬†Khewra Salt Mines¬†and¬†Katasraj Temple) Entering in Islamabad was amazing. The city reminded me of America, with the clean roads, and forest feel. It was nice to see people finally following the traffic laws, and there were barely…