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- Where The Magic Happens - Kaula Leather Workshop 3 weeks 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 2 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 →
- Borobudur - The Last Puzzle Piece 3 months ago “. . . Candi Borobudur . . . is a prayer in stone.” – Professor Soekmono, the Indonesian archaeologist who directed the Borobudur Restoration Project A short, steep climb in the dark took… Continue reading →
- Coffee Architecture: A Place That Feels Like Home 5 months ago “Coffee has to go through a series of processes and changes to reveal its true identity. If we pay attention, we can taste decisions on species, variety, processing, milling, roasting and brewing. Every… Continue reading →
- My Favourite Art Spaces in Abu Dhabi 6 months ago “Art enables us to find ourselves, and lose ourselves at the same time.” – Thomas Merton – Warehouse 421 Located in Mina Zayed near the Dhow Harbour, Warehouse 421 has been my favourite… 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!