Travels

Travel Inspiration on a Budget: FREE Museums to visit in London

London has pretty much become one of my favorite cities in the world. There are always new and exciting activities popping up all over town especially during the summer. You can visit festivals, art exhibitions, botanical gardens, theater shows, museums, palaces, etc… the possibilities are endless! Even Londoners have to keep up with the newest and hottest events in […]

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A Tour of Karachi on the Super Savari Express

Karachiites! Have you ever wanted to explore Karachi and learn about its history? Not particularly interested in hearing your entire “khandan’s” (aka, family) version of that history either? Check out my article in the Arab News about my experience with the Super Savari Express‘s (SSE) guided city bus tour. I took this tour earlier this […]

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A Day Trip to Al-Ahsa

In Saudi, I sometimes forget to be the explorer. It can be tough trying to get around, but I realize that it’s important to not miss out on the opportunities that are also available here. We won’t live in Saudi forever! I’m happy though that I have a few friends who are adventurous and like […]

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Bali

I wasn’t really a beach person before, but Bali… definitely made me into one. I could actually sit on the beach all day and not feel like I needed to be somewhere else. I mean, I was also on vacation, but I’ve never understood or experienced this concept. In Bali, everything runs on “Bali time” a.k.a. […]

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Southern Spain

OK. I’m warning you. This post is REALLY long. I just have toooo many pictures to show you!!! I know you’ll probably be a little overwhelmed by pictures and random information and my emotional descriptions, but if you’re not planning on visiting, I think you can just go straight for the pictures. I will totally forgive you […]

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London Town & Exploring the Non-Antiquey Side of Portobello Road

I started visiting London a lot a few years ago when my parents moved to the city. Actually, when they first moved, I really wasn’t the biggest fan. I mean I had been to London a couple of times as a kid, but as an adult it just seemed like an overwhelmingly big city with too many tourists, a super congested and complicated public […]

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