This last week we were in Dubai for the Arab Health Exhibition. This tradeshow is fast becoming the worlds largest tradeshow and exhibition in the healthcare industry. Before Arab Health started, The Husband and I decided to do a side trip to Oman for 2 days the weekend before Arab Health started. When we were… Continue reading Weekend Getaway: Muscat, Oman
If you haven't realized by now, I'm an Indian. I grew up in Texas, but my heritage is Asian Indian. I am from a place called Kerala, which is located in the southernmost tip of India. Kerala is known as "God's own country". Kerala is a tropical coastal region and all around you'll see lush… Continue reading Thenga.. Maanga..Chakka… "Kerala Masala"
I know this is about 4 months late, but I guess the phrase better late than never works best here. I have been wanting to share about my Turkey Trip since January, but I just wasn't able to properly write a post. I have been working on this post for about 2 weeks off and… Continue reading Turkey 2015 – Part 1
Sawatdeekah is hello, good bye, good morning, good evening in the Thai language. Phuket, what can I say about this beautiful place? I've always been to countries towards the west, and besides my last trip to India 5 years ago, this was my first venture into the Eastern side of the world! As I sat on… Continue reading Sawatdeekah
I love Middle Eastern food! I've also learned not to call it Middle Eastern food, instead call it Arabic food. One of my favorite go to meals is eating a Moushakel! I am not sure how to spell it, but it's one of my favorite go to foods! There are two places in Kuwait that… Continue reading Get your Moushakel while it's hot!
Spring is in the air..In Kuwait spring is over and summer has started.. When I was in Toronto, spring had not reached! It was cold and there was still snow! Two days ago, it snowed again in Toronto! I just checked the weather in all these places and it's showing as 50 in Dallas, 36… Continue reading Spring is here…
Since moving to Kuwait, I've been updating my blog regularly. I started blogging because I wanted to have a systematic archive of my life and experiences. Since the move, I wanted to write more about my experiences as an American in the Middle East. I've gotten some great supporters/readers of my blog and I never… Continue reading My blogging journey