Awarded the Public Transit Transport of the year (2017) you would imagine that you are going to be hoping on and off an excellent public mean of transportation and then reality hits and you are stuck in between Eglinton and Lawrence in what is the slowest ride of your life. Why? no clue, the subway … Continue reading TTC : Public Transit Transport of the year (#%*&@?)
Disclaimer: A year ago today I wrote this blog post. It takes a small act to bring happiness, hope and a smile to someone in need. Don't forget that. I am proud that my blog post was shared by online publications and reached the number one top post on "Lebanese Blogs" platform. Take a minute or two … Continue reading WHEN I MET JOUDI – THE YOUNG SYRIAN REFUGEE IN BEIRUT
Today I will be taking you to another era of different space and time. A one of a kind discovery, a natural museum surrounded with mountains and greenery. A place where the Mujahideen (freedom fighters) lived and fought against the occupying enemy. Today I will be taking you to Mleeta. Mleeta offers a unique experience … Continue reading Mleeta; The Resistance Tourist Landmark (and me).
A couple of days ago, my sister, friend and I decided to have a road trip towards the northern part of Lebanon. We all agreed that it was high time we discovered the city of Tripoli. We woke up at 8 am and were on the road at 9 already. Our excitement could not be … Continue reading Tripoli; City of Wonders
Can you imagine I have been living in Lebanon for three decades and I have never ever visited the city of Baalbek located 85 km from Beirut in the northern Bekaa Valley. For those not familiar with the city of Baalbek you might be wondering what's so special about this city in particular. Well within the … Continue reading The Wonders of Baalbek City