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GlobalPost writer Mariya Karimjee, recently returned to Pakistan, tells us about the things she just can't get used to in Karachi.
Mariya Karimjee has tweeted her journeys through Pakistan for @AFridayIn before. But her feed this Friday could have happened any day, really, as she piqued our curiosity with the mundane.
For example: "I'm still confused and fascinated by" burning trash piles, an entire family riding on one motorbike, or the open carrying of rifles, Karimjee said.
Want to know what else is hard for her to get used to in Karachi? Find out in her tweets below and on GlobalPost's Instagram page.
GlobalPost's @AFridayIn Twitter feed showcases the voices and personal experiences of our correspondents based around the world each week. A different correspondent takes over the @AFridayIn account each Friday and tweets about his or her travels and daily activities.
Check out previous Fridays in the series:
"A Friday in Jerusalem" with Noga Tarnopolsky
"A Friday in Tokyo" with Justin McCurry
"A Friday in Karachi" with Mariya Karimjee
"A Friday in Joburg" with Erin Conway-Smith
"A Friday in Cambodia" with Faine Greenwood
"A Friday in Berlin" with Kristin Deasy
"A Friday in Sao Paulo" with Jill Langlois
"A Friday in Caracas" with Girish Gupta
"A Friday in Munich" with Jessica Phelan
"A Friday in Montreal" with Talia Ralph
"A Friday in London" with Barry Neild
"A Friday in Cairo" with Erin Cunningham
"A Friday in Bangkok" with Patrick Winn