Moving into a new place made me discover “new emotions”, if that makes sense: you notice small things, you become a more flexible person, you understand people better (hopefully lols). Moving to a new place feels like being a child, because you learn minute things all over again, like speaking in a certain way, using the shower, using self-serve cash outs lol. And it comes with loss and nostalgia of what you’ve left behind. This post is a narrative recount of moving from
- Beirut to Istanbul
- Istanbul to KAUST
- KAUST to Beirut
- Beirut to Coventry
Continue reading Moving to new homes
Arrived to Coventry last week on the 23rd. This post is about the things that have surprised me since arriving 🙂 They’re not much or major, since I had known British culture well before-hand.
Continue reading Coventry Shocks: week1
This post is a list of my favorite places in Istanbul, that I almost always tell people about when they ask me for touristy recommendations. So I think sending out a link to this post is more sustainable that jotting the places down every time for every person, so here it is.
Continue reading Istanbul Picks 2016
When I spent summer 2016 studying in KAUST, I got the chance to visit Mecca several times, el hamdolillah, with the university’s buses. This post is about the things I learned there.
Continue reading Umrah 2016: Recount