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Year end hike to AL Shifa

A lot of good and not so good things happened in year 2017,..live at the moment, enjoy day by day, count the blessings. See the little things around, appreciate the beauty of nature and embrace the changes. Easy to say yeah? But hey! 2017 is almost over and we’re still here, isn’t that wonderful? Hence,

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Al baha road trip (part 2)

Al baha is a region in Saudi Arabia nestled between Mecca and Al abha. It is known as the region of 1001 towers,though we have seen several towers, which usually at the top of the mountain, mostly are not protected and inhabited either completely gone or partially ruined.   On our way back home, we

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Dhi Ain Village – the marble village of al Baha KSA (part 1)

  Dhi Ain Village (thi ain ancient village ) it is also known as Aqaba al-Baha. The 400 year old village was not easy to locate, we have to pass through 25 tunnels at 8,200 ft above sea level to get into al- baha. On top of that, due to numerous spellings we can’t google

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Weekly photo challenge: Edge

When you can’t go forward, and you can’t go backward and you can’t stay where you are without killing off something deep and vital in yourself, you are on the edge of creation. Photo credit : Edge Suarez http://edgesuarez.com/people/ Edge is a very talented creative  photographer currently based in Los Angeles, USA. did I mentioned..he is

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Harmony

“Happiness is when what you think,what you say, and what you do are in harmony” – Mahatma Gandhi Even it means waking up at 4:30 in the morning just to be with your best friends, breaking a week of stress related at work, watching the sun rise at south red sea and looking at the

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Weekly Photo Challenge : State of Mind

Every photo we take says something about our emotions at the moment of taking it. So this week, share an image where you see a particularly strong connection between what we see and what you felt as you pressed that shutter button on your camera or phone. This is a stolen shot I took at

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