The television advertisement campaign for the Samsung Galaxy S5 showed how a man on a journey uses his high-tech phone for all sorts of purposes, never getting lost, recording his memories and staying in touch with the people back home. If I had to summarize the relationship between travel and technology, this would be the best example. The argument that travel is to get away from the world and “unplugging” yourself is, in my opinion, only up to the traveler. So the question remains whether technology ruined traveling experience or has it made it better?
Islamabad is the Capital of Pakistan, the only modern planned city and home to some of the great attractions of Pakistan. Although Islamabad is criticized for lacking adventure, on the contrary it is full of great tourist attractions that can keep you roaming the city for days. Tripkar brings to you the ultimate list of things to do in Islamabad!
So why patience is necessary for travelers? It’s easy to lose patience when you can’t stop imagining what it will be like to actually be in all the pictures you saw in travel magazines. It gets even harder when you’re travelling with other people, also anticipating like you, which aggravate the feeling. Once I went on the longest and most difficult and uncomfortable journey of my life up till now. It’s easy for me to say all this now, but staying patient on that ride up that mountain was excruciatingly difficult.
Pakistan is a land which has been the host of a number of civilizations in the past. The oldest civilization which is known to have existed here dates back to around 7000 B.C. Such a rich history has made the country of particular interest to archaeologists and historians and travelers from different parts of the world. Tripkar brings you a list of some interesting archaeological sites in Pakistan:
Multan known as, Madinah-Tul-Oleyah (City of Saints), is one of the oldest cities in Pakistan. Multan is home to a number of influential Sufis and Saints in the past. Today, the shrines and mausoleums of these saints are situated in the city, giving it an immense religious importance.