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Photography| Rain

I was with my family traveling to Madinah around May this year when I saw this view: At first, I thought there was a sandstorm in that area until I…

Jeddah | Random Shots

Lately, I’ve been out on Saturday mornings and I got a pretty view of the city in the morning. As usual, I would take some shots mostly while in a…

Life in the Middle of the Desert

My husband’s company had a family day last March and we were not sure if we were still on the right track because—well, look at that photo above. We were…

How To Make Souvenir Mugs

Finally did a video showing the process of how to make a souvenir mug using a mug press machine. I bought a mug press machine January this year for personal…

Durrah, Saudi Arabia

This is the part of Saudi Arabia that many people outside (and even those inside) Jeddah don’t see. If you are living outside Saudi Arabia, you may think that we…

Photography|Arabian Camels

Some camels like walking alone. Some like it in groups. Either way, they all look great. 🙂 [jetpack_subscription_form title=”Subscribe to Words & Wonders” subscribe_text=”Read updates and connect.” subscribe_button=”Sign Me Up”…

Al Ula Heritage Village Re-Opens to Public in 2020

It’s almost holiday and people are thinking of exploring the other parts of Saudi Arabia like Taif, Abha, Al Ula and Madain Saleh. Unfortunately, Al Ula and Madain Saleh are…

Random| Streets, Satchels, and Swimming areas

Jeddah streets have less people before the breaking of the fast during Ramadan (around 6-7pm).😃 It has been a long time since I walked with my family outside because of…

Photography | Black Eye 3-Pack 4G Fisheye Lens

I am not a fan of distorted images (yet?), so when my husband gave me the Black Eye Lens accessories for phones I was honestly clueless on what to do…

Historic Jeddah Center, Saudi Arabia (A UNESCO Heritage Site)

Historic Jeddah Center is one of the major tourist attractions that recently caught the attention of foreigners and locals. Jeddah’s modernization became quick for a decade and people have been…

TRAVELS

Photography| Rain

I was with my family traveling to Madinah around May this year when I saw this view: At first, I thought there was a sandstorm in that area until I…

Jeddah | Random Shots

Lately, I’ve been out on Saturday mornings and I got a pretty view of the city in the morning. As usual, I would take some shots mostly while in a…

Chatime Jeddah

I was in Balad, Jeddah two weeks ago and I found out that there’s Chatime there. It’s a small café type set-up where you can buy Milk Tea drinks and…

Life in the Middle of the Desert

My husband’s company had a family day last March and we were not sure if we were still on the right track because—well, look at that photo above. We were…

Durrah, Saudi Arabia

This is the part of Saudi Arabia that many people outside (and even those inside) Jeddah don’t see. If you are living outside Saudi Arabia, you may think that we…

Photography|Arabian Camels

Some camels like walking alone. Some like it in groups. Either way, they all look great. 🙂 [jetpack_subscription_form title=”Subscribe to Words & Wonders” subscribe_text=”Read updates and connect.” subscribe_button=”Sign Me Up”…

Al Ula Heritage Village Re-Opens to Public in 2020

It’s almost holiday and people are thinking of exploring the other parts of Saudi Arabia like Taif, Abha, Al Ula and Madain Saleh. Unfortunately, Al Ula and Madain Saleh are…

Jeddah| Khalideyah + Nostalgia

Khalideyah Jeddah seems to have not changed at all. 🙂 When I came here in 1998, Khalideyah used to be one of the few places one could go to for…

Photography | Deserts of Arabia + Taking Photos in a Moving Vehicle

It can be difficult to take photos of something too familiar to you. The wonder of seeing something new for the first time and finding interesting subjects in the view…

Photography | Stopovers

I took these photos during a stopover from Jeddah to Yanbu. In the middle of the desert, there’s really not too many options for subjects to use for photography. You…

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