PAKISTAN Travel: Wild Mountain Roads – Skardu to Gilgit

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  1. i am from pakistan I would not drive from skardu to gilgit the terrain is horrendous landslides, road constantly being revamped you should have taken a flight( both gilgit and skardu have airports)

  2. Hahahahaha you were talking about pakistani's ethics, here comes your ethics of eating desi food at 16:20 . See how bad manner you have of eating rice with beef curry and roti… Lol ur funny though

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  4. travelling across the himalayas does surely gets hard and the lack of oxygen also makes you more tired than usual but so many water falls on the road huge mountains that just make you feel soo small… Babusar top will be the highest paved road in the world that you will most likely also travel to chillas where you should see hot water springs running down from the mountains running across the indus river. hope you gets lots of love from pakistan and many more!!! enjoy your videos have fun cheers = ]

  5. I am so glad you had an amazing time in pakistan. There are a lotta people watching these videos wanting to scrutinise pakistan or other muslim countries. I am so happy that you have felt welcomed and experienced the true hospitality and warmth this country and the ppl have to offer

  6. Beautiful Pakistan πŸ‡΅πŸ‡°, love from the πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ , Pakistan is the hidden treasure ,that food making me hungry while I’m living in countryside πŸ˜†,omg this brother is eating biryani With chapati and he said you could get all upset you want πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜œ that was super funny the way he said lol, God bless this family, that was nice hotel at the end furniture vibes etc , I’m definitely coming again soon I finish my masters this year .

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