In 2018, I made a conscious goal to read more. Just falling short of my goal of 30 books, I read 27 different stories throughout that year. But in working towards this goal, I was writing less and less, and as a result I have several blog posts written about Kuwait, and almost none about… Read More Update on Dubai
When I came back to work after three weeks of winter holiday, we were bombarded with busyness. January is often characterized by high school exams, but in this particular case, our school was preparing for government observations as part of an annual rating system which determines school merit. Restful weekends, which I cherish, were non-existent;… Read More Winter Holiday: Part 1
It is an overcast day in Kuwait, and I returned to my apartment early this morning to find a thin layer of dust caked to my countertops. As I proceeded to remove the dust built up from a sandstorm and a rainstorm all while I was gone, the black dirt that came off of the… Read More A Week on a Beach in Boracay
Prague is as beautiful as it is… strange. By day, it’s a city with staggering beauty. With every twist and turn you’ll see stunning architecture that dates back to the Baroque and Rococo periods. Pastel colours adorn buildings to create a fairytale setting, and if you seek a higher viewpoint, you’ll find yourself gazing at hundreds… Read More CZECH out this Post!!
Well, with nine days spent in London, and five days in Prague, I’ve officially wrapped up my trip to Europe. It was a phenomenal trip full of adventure, food, friends, and good people. I really enjoyed London. It’s a city that has constant energy. It’s clean, well kept, efficient, and easy to travel. It’s also… Read More My Journey Across the Pond
Being a fairly easy-going, go-with-the-flow kind of traveller, I have never really experienced any kind of intense culture shock [yet]. For the most part, I’m generally able to brush things off my shoulders and not give worry to what we can’t control. I was joking about this with Mel the other night, and we both… Read More The Culture Shock I Didn’t Think I’d Get
One of the many great things about travelling with Kayla and Mel is the fact that they too like to try adventurous things, one of which, is food. Coming to Southeast Asia, I knew I would be encountering some very diverse food options, and I am happy to say that I was not disappointed. On this particular… Read More How To Eat [Alive] Worms, in ‘Nam