It took forever to finally get the video up, but we finally have posted the first episode of ECWA Dynamite! @prestonbrussell and @the_cobbster9333 have worked hard on these characters, stories, and this series, so if you guys could check it out and give it a like they'd be so grateful! Also, as the series goes along, you may get to see some special guests pop in as voices or correspondents, so make sure to stay tuned!! (Link in bio to watch!!)
Eva Zu Beck, the polish travel vlogger, and content creator is no stranger to Pakistanis. She is among the few top travels and food vloggers on YouTube including Mark Wiens, Rosie Gabrielle, and Alex Reynolds, who visited Pakistan.
However, Eva chose to stay in the country the longest; 10 months to be precise.
She was invited to a tourism conference to meet Prime Minister Imran Khan. There she presented her impression of the country from a foreigner’s perspective to the premier. Furthermore, Eva continued on sharing that Pakistan could become the top tourist destination around the globe.
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Speaking of spooky, new video up at 12:30pm PST on YT featuring true ghost stories from my childhood home. 👻🎃
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DUMBBELLS ARE SWEETER THAN HER BAGPACKS:
The moment you read this title, you may have wondered, "How come Dumbbells could be sweeter? Instead, The Title should be "Dumbbells are Lighter/Heavier than Bagpacks"
But still I chose to go forward with this title, here's a story behind it:
Yesterday morning, when I came out of Langar Hall and was walking towards the Holy Pond of Golden Temple, I began to notice a Foreigner woman, moving towards the temple, carrying a heavy backpack. As I was about to put my feet in the water to wash my feet, I noticed her closely, not being able to walk straight. I could easily observe that she must be either in her late twenties or early thirties but she was walking so slowly in such a posture as an old lady in her eighties would.
Meanwhile, I was done with washing my feet before the entrance towards the direction of Holy Pond area, and continued to walk forward but slowed down my pace in order to see who were accompanying her. To my surprise, there were two men, one from India and the other from Abroad (Probably, a husband, I guess). I just felt so bad at that time, I can't express the exact feeling in words. Just Imagine! Two men with a complete muscular body, walking empty hands with a Swag, while a young lady with them is carrying all the burden for the day in her backpack which could have easily been carried by any one of the two.
Unlike the other situation, I felt little helpless, I could only come up with two solutions at that time but none of them felt feasible:
1) To carry the bag on her behalf. (Na! This wasn't possible at all. Rather a public would have gone furious against me without even understanding my perspective.) 2) To request any one of the guys, to take the bag from her and carry with him. ("Woah! Woah! Who are you man! to interfere?", I thought to myself)
This was the time when I felt bit angry at myself for not being able to do anything to make things right. Same day, similar circumstances but different actions were taken by me.
Maybe I just failed to do something at that time.
Do you think, there might have been some other ways in which I could have made a difference in that situation?