Dreaming in Arabic
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- Out with the Old, In with the New - Abu Dhabi's Old Souk 5 days ago “We do not give up on the places we love just because we are physically detached from them.” – Elif Shafak I pull the throw over my legs, before I cradle a steaming… Continue reading →
- Julfar Ware: The UAE's Own Unique Ceramic Ware 3 months ago Tucked away in the northern corner of the UAE, Ras-al-Khaimah is an emirate that is often overlooked by tourists, although the government is busy rectifying that by pitching it as the adventure hotspot… Continue reading →
- Constant Flux - How Changes Shape the Skyline and Experience of Living in the UAE 4 months ago Nothing stands as a stronger sign of change than when a building or group of buildings are razed to the ground to make space for redevelopment. I’ve driven past Mina Plaza Towers many… Continue reading →
- Qasr al Hosn - The Symbolic Heart of Abu Dhabi 5 months ago When I had to decide where and how I wanted to spend my last morning in the UAE, I thought a final visit to its symbolic heart, Qasr al Hosn, would be the… Continue reading →
- Wrapping Things Up 7 months ago “One of the fascinating things about humans is that, in contrast to stones and to water and to earth and to fields, they seem to be privileged and burdened with the ability to… Continue reading →
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16:56 PM September 21, 2013
This blog features some of the most outstanding photos I've seen of the UAE as well as Oman and other fascinating places the blogger has travelled to. But what makes it a 5 star blog is that the beauty of the words match that of the pictures. Well and truly worth a visit - but allow yourself a couple of hours!