Rosie Gabrielle shares her camping experience alone in Pakistan

Canadian solo traveler, Rosie Gabrielle, shared her camping experience alone in Pakistan.

Taking Instagram, he shared that he receives two questions very often: “Do I get bored traveling alone?” and “Does it scare me, especially when camping?”

She made a funny peculiar video to answer these questions. The video of Rosie begins when she is scared during the camp in a mountainous region in Pakistan, since she sees a shadow, however, it turns out to be the police who came to guarantee her safety and also brought her tea and cookies.

When addressing if he is bored of traveling alone, he said that he learned at an early age to entertain, enjoy his own company, camp and travel alone gives him the opportunity to connect with himself and nature.

When it comes to your safety while traveling alone, the lone traveler said: “Actually, I never get scared.” He also shared that, unlike other women who “could fear” predators “and pack weapons or personal safety equipment, I chose not to.”

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NEW LIVE VIDEO! link on Bio or visit my YOUTUBE channel to watch the full video. . Two big questions I often get: 1: Do I get bored traveling alone? 2: Does it scare me, especially when camping? . I think I indirectly answer that in this funny peculiar video. I wanted to take a break from some of the serious things and just share this entertaining and fast video (I will be making a complete vlog about my camping experience when the Northern series begins). I think being an only child I learned at an early age to entertain myself and also feel comfortable being authentically me. I really enjoy my own company and being alone, and I never get bored. Camping and traveling alone is a wonderful opportunity to truly connect with you, nature and the Source. There is nothing I love more! except when I have to turn on my camping stove 😅. As for my safety and how I feel camping alone, I never really get scared. Where most people, especially single women, can fear “predators” and pack weapons or personal safety equipment, I decided not to. If I came up with the idea / fear that someone could hurt me and anticipate it by bringing a protection tool, then I would be worried about that and keep it focused and ruin my time. Instead, I choose to believe that the Great Divinity supports me, the best security tool of all, knowing that everything happens for a reason, and focusing my energy on the connection and a great experience. This is my personal opinion only. . Fear is a great thing for many people and prevents them from doing such incredible things. One can argue and say that it is better to be prepared to protect oneself and be on guard. For me, my faith is my weapon, and my comfort in knowing that I am divinely protected at all times is what eliminates all fear. . Fear is an illusion and something we create in our minds. Don’t let fear stop you from doing amazing things! But also be smart and use wisdom. I am an experienced camper and some things must also be taken into account. Wildlife, fires, safe terrain and, in general, rely on your instinct and intuition when something might not be right. . I hope you enjoy my silly video and the incredible views!

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This is because I would be worried if I camped in fear that someone might hurt her, this would simply ruin her time.

Instead, choose to have faith in God: “the greatest security tool of all.” This is your personal opinion only, added a disclaimer.

The vlogger said that fear prevents people from doing incredible things. And, although people could argue that they are better prepared to protect themselves, because “their faith is my weapon and my comfort in knowing that I am divinely protected at all times is what eliminates all fear.”

He also suggested that some things should be taken into account before camping alone: ​​”Wild life, fire, safe terrain and, in general, rely on your instinct and intuition when something might not be right.”

After traveling to Pakistan for a year, the Canadian woman took a leap of faith and recently announced her conversion to Islam in January.

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