What meant to be mainly chosen due to its logistical advantage from Dubai was the perfect decision after all. Little Tbilisi was undoubtedly charming on its own, and undoubtedly, crept its charm to my bosom as one of the most memorable.
A recent gallivant to Signagi District, easternmost part of Kakheti, on a subzero temperature and heavy snowfall was an opportunity to bring out my new favorite – coffee brown faux fur.
For an old little country – filled with UNESCO heritage sites and traditions, surrounded by fourth up to fifteenth century monasteries, fortresses, previously one of the battlefields in World War II – Georgia is a historical and geographical point of interest that has imbibed both European and Asian cultures.
It is easy to be in trance while holding your daily bag, standing amidst sea of strangers, blankly gazing a myriad of skyscrapers in an ordinary working…… Read more “Old Dubai: Lost Culture Beneath Megapolis”
The problem resonating most millennials, nowadays, is the absence of niche in a world full of uncertainties, jack-of-all trades, limitless capabilities and opportunities. Finding…… Read more “Fashion Frilly Inception”
So officially today marks another year given by our wonderful creator, God, to me. Twenty-four years old. Just one year less to be a quarter-of-a-century old in…… Read more “Twenty-four on 24:Part 1”
9. Work is not THE life. With the tension of this so called rat race, I’ve witnessed people competing with others treacherously and contending with colleagues excruciatingly.…… Read more “Twenty-four on 24: Part 2”
17. Sibling rivalry VS sibling revelry. Being the youngest, I’ve put in needless pressure on myself to achieve what my older siblings did. Two of them were…… Read more “Twenty-Four on 24: Part 3”
Some time last August, I was tapped to represent a team in our company’s basketball league. They said it was their 6th season. Being the game challenged…… Read more “Basketball, anyone?”