#46 Weekend in London

Back in one of my favourite cities, London! The city that never sleeps. I came back to London to sort out my visa at the embassy for going back to Kuwait as well as frantically trying to find somewhere that would give me the second dose of my vaccine at 6 weeks a part. With…

#44 New Arrivals guide to Kuwait – getting around

When we move to a new country we think of the obvious – what to pack and make a list of things to do there and visit but we never really think about the simple things that will make our lives a lot easier such as where things are, how the taxi system works or…

#30 It’s all about that kashta

If you live in Kuwait already then you are bound to know what a kashta is but for those that may not be familiar with it, it’s basically a picnic style set up often located on the beach or the desert here in Kuwait. It is a popular activity to do here, particularly during the…

#16 Katara Cultural Village – Doha, Qatar

It was this place that really stood out to me on my trip to Doha, Qatar. A breathtakingly beautiful cultural village filled with heritage and history, situated on the Eastern Coast between West Bay and the Pearl. The Katara Cultural Village is a great day out with lots of activities to choose from throughout the…

#12 This is Lebanon – 10 photos of my time in Batroun

This is my 2nd post of ‘This is Lebanon’ with the aim of showing you how beautiful this country is and to erase the image of what misconceptions people had of Lebanon. Today I’ve decided to give you a picture walk through Batroun, a coastal city situated in Northern Lebanon. This Phoenician city is in…

#10 My favourite spot in London!

Although I moved down to London in September last year, it had taken me a fare few months to finally discover this idyllic place, tucked away next to Tower Bridge. This beauty spot is known as St Katharine Docks! It’s a place you perhaps don’t expect to find in Central London. As you can see…

#8 This is Lebanon – 10 photos of my time in Beirut

All these photos I have chosen I have taken last year however I have thousands over the years all the way back from 2008 which I’ll share in future posts. Today marks one week on from the horrific blast in Beirut. Many people who haven’t been to Lebanon before will not realise just how beautiful…