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On our way to Petra, we spent a day in transit in the Jordanian capital, Amman, a couple of years ago. While visiting some of its top attractions, there was a moment when I thought to myself – this city’s soulful story certainly doesn’t get told enough. Despite its recent…

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NEW LIFE, SPRING BLOSSOMS, SUNNIER DAYS, BEACHES WITHOUT THE SUMMER CROWDS.Everything about spring travel seems to inspire a renewed spirit of wanderlust, especially if you’ve been through a long cold winter. Spring has always been my favorite travel season, perhaps because we never get much of in the UAE. I also…

Al Ain was awarded a UNESCO World Heritage status in 2011. That was truly a nice little piece of news to come across while googling possible Eid getaways from Dubai last week. Of course, it prompted a quick rediscovery visit, to explore the Garden City’s recent stance of fame under a…

I wouldn’t be the strong and driven person that I am today if not for the unconditional support provided by the many loving women in my life. Moreover, haven celebrated International Women’s Day recently, it occurred to me that through travel and photography I have often found inspiration in women…

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