Friday, August 28, 2015


The other day my cousin pointed out that whenever I take photos in Lebanon, I choose a destructed area, showing off the worst of the country. Well, it's these corners of Lebanon that I love. They have character and history that I refuse to forget, even as trash fills the area. (Seriously, the trash problem is real.)

When I was younger, I used to walk to my grandmother's house and take these stairs every day. I lost count of how many times I've fallen on them, and how many tears I shed.  The room to the left used to be magical to me. It was my haven when we'd play hide-and-seek, and provided me with countless victories. Just above this area, my cousins are building new homes, where I know their children will play as we used to.

Riches or ruins, this is a place that I love.


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  • Free People top
  • F21 Shorts
  • Aldo sandals
  • Misc jewelry

Sunday, August 16, 2015


Before heading to Lebanon, I stopped in Switzerland for three days. The country as a whole is incredibly serene and charming. The romantic character of the buildings are complimented by scenic mountainscapes, with prominent French influence. As I was only there for three days (which was more than enough time to enjoy the country), I didn't focus too much on taking blog photos.

  On the first day, we explored Geneva, on the second day we headed to Chamonix Mont Blanc and spent the night in Lausanne, and on the last day we went back in time at the Ch√Ęteau de Chillon. Take a look! 


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