Some days we want to be free. To sing, dance, and laugh in the rain. Many of us find that to be a challenge. Few of us can escape from the constraints holding us back. Today was a drizzly day in … Continue reading Singing in the Rain: Stockholm’s Royal Lesson
…For many, it’s the main reason to visit Pamplona. For others, its the reason to stay home and watch on the tube. Continue reading Running of the Bulls – San Fermin 2015
Romantics take note: It’s not about the roses and the chocolates, the home cooked meals or the back rubs after a long day’s work. It’s not about the diamonds and perfumes. It’s about the building. Whether you want to impress … Continue reading A Second Chance at The Taj Mahal
It was the Lebanese who pulled me in, proudly supporting their country through thick and thin. Dreaming to one day be back in their home country with the lives and loves they know, many have left in recent years, yet many … Continue reading My Lebanon, My Love
If you are truly dedicated to this adventure and are looking to learn what’s hidden beyond the pages of a book and past Indiana Jones’s iconic Treasury scenes, you will be amazed at what you find. Petra’s winding valleys and caverns swirling with golden rose hues are enough to transport you to another dimension, even if only for a day or two… Continue reading Petra Jordan: Beyond The Treasury
Growing up, our family was a happy part of the church and there was seldom a week that passed without a Sunday morning service spent amongst a handful of beautiful people. To this day, I consider this community one of … Continue reading The Road to King’s Highway
After unloading my bags and reading Pasha Hotel’s collage of signs plastered on the hallway’s otherwise austere walls, I hopped down four flights of stairs and into Amman’s busy streets. The blustering cold whipped through me as a reminder that … Continue reading Hercules, Hercules! – Amman, Jordan’s Mighty Hand
Has the time really come when this clichéd word proves to be the only one worth using? A word more overworked and overused, more cringe-worthy than the loathed adjective ‘moist’ is to some?
Yes the time has come.
This trip is going to be….
Epic. Continue reading Epicness
Let’s play a game. Grab a globe, and plop it down on the middle of your living room floor. Gather whomever you’d like to join you. This game is fit for any amount of players at any age, from 1 … Continue reading Spin the Globe
Two months down! To catch you up on October’s delights, I’ve included a little video scrapbook. Maybe you’ll find yourself or a friend! After you’ve checked it out and are convinced to come join, I’ve decided to prepare you for a visit to Kuwait … Continue reading Preparations