My first visit ever to Far East Asia was back in December 2017 to Sri Lanka. I wish I had kept a travel diary back then. Despite the lack of … Continue reading Culinary Adventures in Sri Lanka
Unapologetic Muslim, Tunisian,Arab, African, Woman-In-Tech, Engineer, Developer advocate for Nexmo, Feminist, Traveller, Blogger, Woman. Proud of all of the above.
This post was originally posted on my old blog on May the 8th, 2018. This is an updated version. “Seattle is such a cool city”,that’s what I kept telling myself … Continue reading A guide to Seattle: On & Off the tourist path
Last year was hard and exhausting for everyone. That’s why when I was able to visit South Korea in December, I didn’t want to stress myself with too much planning. … Continue reading Through my lens: Gyeongju – the museum without walls
This post was originally posted on my old blog on December the 8th, 2017. This is an updated version. It is funny how travel helps us see beyond our biases … Continue reading Colombia: Don’t listen to what they say. Go see!
There are around one million tuk-tuks in Sri Lanka, providing essential, affordable transport for Sri Lankans & visitors alike. It is hard to notice tuk-tuks
Chances are when you’re visiting Sri Lanka, you are going to visit Hill Country, the land of tea plantations and scenic views. Sri Lanka’s tea country is simply breathtaking and … Continue reading Exploring Tea Plantations in Sri Lanka
Kairouan is a UNESCO World heritage site. It’s home to Islamic monuments dating all the way back to the 9th century. It’s also home to some of the best street food in Tunisia.
Looking for good coffee in Ubud, Delicious desserts and amazing food?
Here’s our guide to awesome cafes in Ubud, Bali.
There are a lot of unique experiences in Bali to enjoy and this is what we think are the culinary adventures that you shouldn’t miss…