Thinking about it is one thing, the preparation, quite another. I think I’m starting to panic. I’m really on this whole challenging myself thing right now. I’m feeling like embracing my health and clarity of mind. Wanting to push my boundaries and reach for things I once thought were beyond my capabilities. Because, there’s … Continue reading Thoughts ahead of my biggest challenge yet, Everest Base Camp (3 months to go)
I guess with a name, an identity…a brand even? You find a niche and you work with it. But this day in age, 2017.. all the niches are full. Of course, nothing is ‘niche’ any longer. But it’s still OK to write about your travels, isn’t it? Even if I don’t have … Continue reading Where do you even start?
Hiking on The Great Wall of China The truth is, life is short, none of us know what might happen tomorrow, and tomorrow is never promised. I guess analysis of reality is left to the individual. Interpretation is personal. Everyone’s goals, ambitions and desires differ. Life would be dull if we all dreamt the same dreams. What makes it colourful … Continue reading A journey on The Great Wall of China
A place you can call home for now, for today, for yesterday, maybe even for tomorrow. A place that totally consumes your soul, at least for this week. A fear that intermittently exists, a curiosity that would kill the cat, a feeling of the strangest loss yet utter belonging. The strength you find within you … Continue reading Ma’asallama Magic Kingdom. Thanks for the memories
Sitting eating Manaeesh, on the terrace of a bullet hole littered building in Geitawi, Beirut, it’s hard to imagine the war of only two decades ago and the even more recent unease in the city. Today this terrace is blooming with flowers, facing shabby, damaged apartment blocks and colourful cathedrals. It’s easy to … Continue reading Beirut’s Beautiful Heart