Tawlet Biomass

Disconnect. Detox. Unwind. Refuel. Even the most urbanized creature needs a break from Beirut’s hustle and bustle! A few weeks ago I was introduced to a new place to kick back and relax in Jrebta up North: Tawlet Biomass. Everything tastes as good as it looks. You can enjoy the flavorsome food prepared by local cooks and take a tour around the farm from where all the organic produce is sourced. Continue reading “Tawlet Biomass”

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Wild Birthday

Birthdays are the days when I guess most of us would remove people from our Facebook friends list, because as the notification of “It’s John Smith’s birthday today. Send him good thoughts!” pops up, we realize we don’t know who John is, we either genuinely forgot, vaguely remember or for whatever reason simply aim to undo the act of adding or accepting him as a friend. Yesterday’s birthday notification on people’s screens had my name on it and I was happy to find out that the awesome friends I care about took the time to write and wish me a great day. And for that I am thankful. Continue reading “Wild Birthday”

It exists

115 heavenly islands located in the Indian Ocean, where time appears to stand still and the color blue takes up new hues you were certain did not exist. The Seychelles. Just like pictures won’t give it justice, words will fall short. Can you really find a befitting description to a place where the lush tropical smell, nature’s buzzing sound, and the locals’ carefree spirit are the main components? Not really. But you can tell people that it exists. Continue reading “It exists”