• As epic as epic can be. The Singapore Supertree Grove, ladies and gentlemen.
  • In a river far, far away.
  • If you’re ever visiting Armenia, particularly Lake Sevan, make sure to take the front seat in the minivan. Capture in video the breath-taking view of your entire way from Yerevan to Sevan complete with Armenian music blaring in the background. I’m telling you, this will be the highlight of your entire Armenian trip and what you’ll remember the most.
  • Wear your watermark. 
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  • Expecto... Petronas!

I’m sure you got the reference, didn’t you?

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  • I’m off but left the helmet behind. It’s been a while.
  • London leaves are falling down, my fair lady. 🍁 Only this is in Japan, not in England. And if ever I’ll have a visa for London, I’ll go to Istanbul instead.
  • “I got my head and my heart on the dance floor.”
  • After the rain.
  • And at last I see the light 🎶💇‍♀️
  • Not taking a dump here, promise.

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Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia

Welcome to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia! To be honest, this country is not the best travel destination if you’re a tourist. In fact, I don’t think the Kingdom issues travel visas to people who would wish to come here for purposes outside of business and employment. Or at least not for now; not until the completion of the Jeddah Tower and the proposed luxury beach resort. Having said that, if you happen to be here for legal reasons, you might as well enjoy what this part of the Middle East has to offer; the beauty beyond the mundane.

Some interesting facts about Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia has a total of 2,640 kilometers coastline. It is bounded by the Persian Gulf to the east and the Red Sea to the west. The two holy cities of Islam, Mecca and Medina, are located in the country. Unsurprisingly, non-Muslims are not allowed to set foot on these holy grounds. The cost of a liter of drinking water is more expensive than gasoline of the same amount. And the largest camel market in the world happens in the country.

But there is more to Saudi Arabia than sand dunes and seaports. A vast greenery and verdant foliage lie at the mountainous southwestern region and other parts of the country.

I have been living and working here in Saudi Arabia since 2011, here are the stories so far.