Born and raised in Pakistan, I was never a big traveler. I didn’t take my first trip overseas until I was 23. While i was in university i joined the cultural society, which used to arrange overseas trips. Luckily i was also working on a part time job, when the cultural society announced a trip to Malaysia, Thailand and Srilanka. That trip changed my life. It opened me up to the endless possibilities of traveling the world. On this trip i experienced other cultures, cruised around in Langkawi, experienced island hoping, and met people from around the world. From that moment on, I was totally hooked on traveling. I realized that this is what was missing in my otherwise great life. All i wanted to do was travel!! travel!! travel!! and see the rest of the world, and learn more about the people in it and enjoy the versatility of cultures all around the globe.

And i always loved food! We Pakistanis are born foodies ☺. I don’t just love to eat, I also have a passion for baking and cooking. I love to try cuisines from all around the world. I can eat anywhere, everywhere and all the time.

I have been thinking to start this blog from a long time now and finally here it is.  🙂

I have initially divided my beloved blog into three main sections:

Gossip:     Well, it will be an ongoing chronicle of information filled with my day to day routine (excluding the lazy days) and some crazy gossip and stories.

Travel:       Which as the name suggests will report all my travel ventures.

Tasty:        This section is going to be very tasty 🙂 as i will give you some tips on what and where to eat, while you are traveling, plus some information about the local goodies of all the cities i visit. Later on I will also add a recipes sections where i will try to show you how creative i am when it comes to cooking :), so just hold up.

Some of my favorite quotes that pretty much describe me!

“Traveling!!! it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta 

“I am not the same, having seen the moon shine on the other side of the world.” – Mary Anne Radmacher

“I haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on my list.” – Susan Sontag