Dreaming in Arabic
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- Frozen in Time: Abu Dhabi's Fossil Dunes 6 days ago “Arid lanscapes bring on big thoughts. A mental aerate of sorts. Life stripped out to reveal the world’s bones, the ancient geology of rock and sand highlighting the puny nature of our joy,… Continue reading →
- Places to Stay: Tian Jing Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 3 weeks ago “Every single day is like a blank page of our life. Every person we meet and every event we encounter is a vivid essay.” – Jing Si Aphorisms – Name: Tian Jing Hotel… Continue reading →
- Climbing Bukit Tabur East 3 months ago “Touch is a reciprocal action, a gesture of exchange with the world. To make an impression is also to receive one, and the soles of our feet, shaped by the surfaces they press… Continue reading →
- Where The Magic Happens - Kaula Leather Workshop 4 months ago “A little magic can take you a long way.” From: James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl “This is my revenge. To teach people. Because when I wanted to learn, no one… Continue reading →
- Places To Stay: Sawah Breeze House - Yogjakarta, Java, Indonesia 3 months ago Name: Sawah Breeze House (Sawah means rice paddies) Location: Kasihan, just south, and within easy reach of Yogjakarta, on the Indonesian island of Java. Description: The small cottage is next to another cluster… 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!