Al Ula, Saudi Arabia, is a city in the province of Medinah, northwest of the country is a destination that has been widely promoted in recent years luring tourists in. One surprising fact is that you either are aware of Al Ula and you want to visit it, or you’re oblivious (Saudi is still a […]
Read More Al Ula Trip – Day 1.
Day three started for me dancing in my room to Yasalam Ya Dubai song, yes I know, it’s bad, but the excitement was hard to beat. In between I took some pictures of the Saudis passing by my window, unbeknownst to them of course… Had breakfast in the breakfast hall with the gang, Mohammed said […]
Read More Not Finding Any Snakes in Village Bahi Asir Al Jahma, Abha Adventures – Day 3.
The trip to Greece started nice and early thanks to my cat who decided it was playtime at 5-40 am, and jumped all over the bed with the hair tie in his mouth. I was planning to get up at 7 am, but all right, 5-40 it was. Shower, last cable packing and the way […]
Read More Hungover Modern Art Of Greece and Other Adventures…
I remember in 2005 when I was taking a language class in Malta, on a boat trip I met my first French people. In Russia, we always had this idea of French people being romantic and classy, from the movies we watched and the books we read, but those were of course just some random […]
Read More What’s Wrong With The French People?
If you had a chance to meet me in the last couple of years, you probably noticed my growing passion towards everything Arabian – language, people, music, food… and places. Also working for years with Saudis planted a fast-growing seed of curiosity in me both about their culture and their country, so the day has […]
Read More Are you lost? Or walking the streets of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Before going to Vietnam, I didn’t know anything about Danang. In fact, it is a coastal city in central Vietnam known for its sandy beaches and history as a French colonial port, but for us, it was the party side of it that swept us away. The area where we stayed was right next to the […]
Read More Partying with the locals in Da Nang, Viet Nam.
There are more and more people complaining that Iceland is getting too crowded this year, and it seems to be true. I saw a lot of hotels being built, I saw many more rental cars added to the fleet, and I definitely saw many more obnoxious people in the places of interest. I don’t know […]
Read More Would You Take Pictures If There Was Nobody To Show Them To?
Greetings, friends! Some of you might be sad for summer to have finished, some of you live in the other hemisphere and you have the winter to finally come to an end… and some of you probably live in places where there are no real seasons, so all of this doesn’t make much sense to […]
Read More Would You Like to Walk on the Biggest Carpet in the World?
One of those must-visit places in Iceland is the magnificent Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon beach with black sand and gigantic pieces of ice just lying around. Surprisingly, the first time we arrived at the beach, there were no icebergs and it was, unfortunately, raining like it was the end of the world. But I saw some […]
Read More Jokulsarlon Black Sand Beach or How I got Kissed by Atlantic Ocean.