Adventure is not always easy. Sometimes it’s not fun and it can be borderline dangerous. But it’s in those moments when you hit the summit, reach your destination or simply survive, that you realise that you can push your limits … Continue reading Adventure
If I have one advice to give you prior to your trip to Georgia (the country not the state ) that would be : EAT ALL THINGS PURI. Puri პური is Georgian bread and there are few varieties of it for you to … Continue reading Culinary Adventures In Georgia
Dear friends, If I wanted to go on a sunny holiday to relax, I would go to my charming mediterranean country, stay for free in my parents house, use dad’s car, get fed by my mama and be spoiled by my friends. I like to think of myself as a traveller who wants to hang out with locals, find out about hidden gems and go to places with not so much selfie sticks. PS: I have nothing against selfie sticks unless they are taking 3/4 of your photos or when they are taking up my personal space. I know that … Continue reading Dear Friends, Stop Telling Me I Go To Weird Places
For someone who blogs (at least,try to!) about food and travel, I must love food and the story it tells about the place it comes from. Right?
When it comes to my homeland food, it doesn’t only tell any story, it tells my own story.
I love this time of year, when spring is here with its colours and birds and when I get to go out on lovely walks in the countryside.
The British countryside is very beautiful (Since it rains most of the time).
Lately, thanks to some of my good friends, I discovered Chew Valley Lake which is a fake lake. It is a large reservoir, the fifth largest artificial lake in the UK.
In his book “The Idle Traveller-The Art Of Slow Travel”, Dan Kieran has a whole chapter dedicated to staying at home and how to walk out the front door with the perspective of a traveller.
This book really changed my perspective on travel, it helped me a lot becoming a traveller rather than just a tourist.
Why are you going to Lebanon? Isn’t that in Middle East? Isn’t Middle East Dangerous?
Well, these are the comments I got when I announced I’m visiting Lebanon back in August.
The truth is, Lebanon is dangerous as shown in the picture below. That’s why you need a survival guide.