I spent the past week in rural Morocco getting my Wilderness First Aid certification and helping out a local village with medical check-ups. It was such a humbling experience and it makes me realize just how lucky I am to have the medical safety net that I do. I love these kinds of experiences – being able to help people with the opportunity I have and actually making an impact on their lives.

I thoroughly enjoyed interacting with people during my trip and learning more about medical care; so much so that I didn’t take many photos while we were staying in the village. I still want to share the photos that I was able to take with you, as I think they show a completely different side to Morocco – a side that I wasn’t able to portray in my previous posts from when I visited last year.(here’s my post from last year) The village we visited is called Sbiti so the first few photos are from there, and the rest are from the two days we spent in Marrakesh before we flew back to Dubai. I hope you enjoy!


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Over the past couple of months, I’ve been sharing more travel photography posts with you and the responses I’ve been getting have been lovely! That’s why today I thought I would share some photos from my trip to Thailand in spring break that I never got round to sharing.

We visited Phuket and Thailand, and while I had a cold during the trip and couldn’t do much 🙁 I still enjoyed the places I did manage to visit! I’ll leave descriptions of some of the places in the photos in case you want to take a look. So without further ado, here is Thailand through my camera lens… Enjoy!


A while back I traveled to Lebanon with my family and I never got round to sharing my photos online. Lebanon has always been a place that intrigued me, and living in the Middle East I knew that I had to take advantage of my location and schedule a quick trip to Beirut.

Lebanese food is one of my favorite cuisines, but other than the food I didn’t really know what to expect of Beirut. I was only there for a weekend, so I spent most of my time in the city discovering cool places; if I had the opportunity to go back I would take some day trips out of the city, as I have heard that there are some must-see attractions outside of Beirut.

I hope I managed to capture the essence of the city through these photos, so without further ado, here is Beirut through my camera lens…


I love taking photos of places that I visit, but most of the time I use a few of them in blog posts and I forget about posting the rest. Then suddenly two weeks have passed, a month has passed, a year has passed, and I’ve completely forgotten to share the photos and it’s too late! So, I thought that I would take the opportunity to show you guys some photos from my NYC trip in this post.

I think that photos portray things in a different way than words; you’re able to capture things that it’s hard to articulate, and an image can be peaceful, busy, and beautiful at the same time, it just depends on how the viewer sees it. 


As you might already know from all the photos I’ve been posting, I visited Australia over winter break, and it was so beautiful! I came across so many amazing locations: mountains, beaches, architecture etc… In today’s post, I want to share my top photo locations from Sydney that I think you must go to if you’re visiting! Let me know if you have any more recommendations, and if you’ve been to any of these locations!


A couple of months ago I visited Morocco for a photography immersion experience. It was honestly one of the most amazing trips I’ve been on, and I’ve been waiting to share some of my photos with you guys! I learned a lot about photography while I was in Morocco, and I’m proud to share this ‘Morocco through my camera lens’ post with you guys. I hope you enjoy my photos, and that they can give you a little taste of what my experience was like!