CUBA, THE COUNTRY OF SALSA– PART 2


We finally arrive in the pretty port town of Cienfuegos. We decide to knock on a few casa doors to find a casa that suits our needs and budget. The number of satin bed sheets and dusty rooms horrifies me. Five cas’sa down and we spot a friendly Cuban who takes us to his humble…

Cuba, the country where time seems to have stopped – part 1


Cuba had always fascinated me due to its location, tropical climate, incredible architecture and my love of old vintage classic cars. I read countless travel guides and websites in preparation for my visit, but nothing could have prepared me for the slow pace of life and no McDonald’s or Starbucks. It was a relief to witness…

Going crazy for Korean fashion – Made in Korea


“When I shop, the world gets better, and the world is better, but then it’s not, and I need to do it again. (Confessions of a Shopaholic-the movie)” ― Sophie Kinsella I like to think I am a fashionable woman and well-dressed majority of the time. I would describe my style as quirky mixed with a…

Commuters nightmare…


Originally posted on Muslim girl's life experiences:
London is a commuter’s nightmare and getting from A to B, can sometimes take longer than travelling to another city. You can catch the tube and be forced to get up close and personal with your fellow commuters. Eye contact is avoided on the tube as is…