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To conclude my time living in the Middle East, I have decided to publish some of my street photography at the Mutrah Souq (Market) in Muscat, Oman (as well as…

So, I have officially moved out of the United Arab Emirates (UAE)! I will be visiting family in the United States and Canada for the next few weeks, until I…

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Yesterday, we drove to Abu Dhabi for an errand. Given that it was probably the last time that we were going to that city, my husband and I decided to visit Qasr…

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Yesterday, my husband and I watched an episode of CNN's Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown in Oman. It made me reminisce about our trip there about a month ago. …

13-18 January 2017 Some snaps from our quick family getaway to one of my favourite countries in the world.

I decided to go all out during my trip to Wadi Rum and jumped in a basket and took to the sky. This was a once in a lifetime experience and it was awesome. We…

A simple image of a young couple enjoying their قهوة (coffee). This was taken as I headed to downtown Amman with my classmates. I approached them to ask if I…

After studying for only a week we had our first holiday, Eid al-Adha. I spent the week exploring Aqaba, Wadi Rum and Petra. Having done my diving qualifications…

I will be using this blog to document my year abroad here in Jordan. I'll update the blog weekly and aim to get a variety of images throughout the year. Having…
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