I'm going to Pakistan during the spring break and I am really excited because it has been a long time since I was last there. I have never visited some cities in Pakistan such as Lahore, Islamabad and Kashmir.
I was really young when my family first left the country. I am really excited to visit these cities and have heard a lot of good things. For example, the food is really good and there are so many beautiful places. Kashmir is a bit different from Lahore and Islamabad. It is the most beautiful and there are some really stunning villages. The mountains are also exceptional. Another thing I am really excited for is clothes. I have never worn traditional, Pakistani dresses. They are really pretty and there are many kinds. The clothes for weddings and parties are different because they are louder and shinier whereas the casual clothes are really simple and comfy.
I will meet my cousins after a really long time, I am kind of nervous but also really happy. I feel like there's no better place to feel at peace than your home country. When I was young I went to Pakistan from Dubai but I didn't appreciate the feeling because I was too young and didn't appreciate those kind of feelings. Now I am really grateful to be able to go back to my home country and feel happy because no matter how long you have lived in other countries your home country will always be the most important. I feel like everyone should appreciate their family and home, you can't expect other people to do so. I have always tried to be grateful for my home and my family, of course there are ups and downs and everything is not always going to be perfect. But I can say that I have never felt more secure and at home anywhere else.
Pakistan is not fully safe, there have been some difficult cases but it is changing and I am grateful for that change. I think the future is going to be good. I feel like students from Pakistan and India can get bullied easily because of their country. It is sad that in our world many people are being racist towards some countries and hope that things will be better in the future.