Nadia Fazal Jamil

Nadia Fazal Jamil
Actrees/Thespian/Food curator/Educationist/Activist

Fantastic. One word that sums up my experience to walled city guided tours. Incredibly awesome is another. From the Rangeela rickshaws that will take you for from one part of the city to another, to the building themselves. Each one with its own stories and treasures to share. The Shahi hamams revamped....

and still so grand. The narrow walk down to pray at Wazir Khan. The walk up its minarets to get a vantage viewpoint of the city I love the city too many emperors and kinds have loved.  Lanes to the Baroodkhana, where I’m fed some of the best food I have ever had in my life. Then walking around the city lanes exploring with a tour guide. Till we walk back to the museum of Fakir’s and are fed another die hard drop dead meal with some intense stories of that time. The Fakir Khana where Uncle will tell you some beautiful stories of Raja Ranjit Singh and his true love. Where anything you pick up is a relic with a story and history behind it!

The fort. Spread out. Grand with its echoing dungeons and sparking halls of mirror.

My head is not in the same space as it always is. It’s swimming with stories, images, a past not borrowed or copied, but my own. The inner city of Lahore is a space locked with history, stories, superb food and amazing people and architecture.

Tummy full, feeling blessed that this portion of the city has been so immaculately well preserved

For my children and me to share. It’s difficult to leave. Always the city of lush green trees, mall, boulevards and a love for food.I come back giddy with love, stuffed with intoxicatingly amazing food and the senses full of amazing stories. Ufffffff!!!

What a treasure these guided tours are. For my kids and me!

Actrees/Thespian/Food curator/Educationist/Activist

Fantastic. One word that sums up my experience to walled city guided tours. Incredibly awesome is another. From the Rangeela rickshaws that will take you for from one part of the city to another, to the building themselves. Each one with its own stories and treasures to share. The Shahi hamams revamped....

and still so grand. The narrow walk down to pray at Wazir Khan. The walk up its minarets to get a vantage viewpoint of the city I love the city too many emperors and kinds have loved.  Lanes to the Baroodkhana, where I’m fed some of the best food I have ever had in my life. Then walking around the city lanes exploring with a tour guide. Till we walk back to the museum of Fakir’s and are fed another die hard drop dead meal with some intense stories of that time. The Fakir Khana where Uncle will tell you some beautiful stories of Raja Ranjit Singh and his true love. Where anything you pick up is a relic with a story and history behind it!

The fort. Spread out. Grand with its echoing dungeons and sparking halls of mirror.

My head is not in the same space as it always is. It’s swimming with stories, images, a past not borrowed or copied, but my own. The inner city of Lahore is a space locked with history, stories, superb food and amazing people and architecture.

Tummy full, feeling blessed that this portion of the city has been so immaculately well preserved

For my children and me to share. It’s difficult to leave. Always the city of lush green trees, mall, boulevards and a love for food.I come back giddy with love, stuffed with intoxicatingly amazing food and the senses full of amazing stories. Ufffffff!!!

What a treasure these guided tours are. For my kids and me!

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