I’ve always been curious about Mauritania for the past couple of years. I really wanted to visit it but I wanted to go when the time was right. I decided to visit Mauritania on the first opportunity I got in 2018. It was a real dream that came true and it was sweeter than I […]
Sometime in October at the mid of a photography assignment I received a call from a friend asking me if I want to climb Mount Kilimanjaro over New Years. Without thinking I immediately said yes! I was in no physical shape fit to climb a mountain and I didn’t even know what sort of preparation […]
I just returned from an eye opening trip to Djibouti. I was invited by Bahraini youth society Ayadi Relief as a guest in their charity trip to Djibouti. The trip’ targets were: involving the youth in humanitarian and relief work, raising awareness about the Horn of Africa and the importance of relief and development projects. Some of […]
Continuing my Zanzibar Travel guide journal with a visit to the old Slave Market in Stone Town. This wasn’t a planned visit I was shooting in the Darajani market and walked around the area then I stumbled upon the sign of the former slave market. Even though the former slave market is a small touristic place (a […]
I have been asked by friends to share my favorite places in Zanzibar and therefore I decided to start posting a series of travel guide tips to share the must visit places in Zanzibar or at least what I think is worth visiting from my own experience My favorite coffee shop in Stone Town is “Zanzibar […]
People in Zanzibar love colours they wear colourful cloths and paint their houses with vibrant colours. This photo is my favorite of Zanzibar trip I took it during first day of Eid and to me it represents what Zanzibar is all about, vibrant and beautiful colours.
Saw this cute kid waiting for his father at the vegetables market in Stone Town Zanzibar. He was giving me “What u lookin at” look !
Yup there are more things to see at Zanzibar streets so watch out for more posts coming soon !
Located at the heart of Stone Town’s maze like alleyways you will find this small coffee corner where most of the elderly Zanzibari men meetup daily for coffee, chat and laughter! I visited Zanzibar in August 2012 during Eid Alfiter holidays and I was amazed by the similarities of the Zanzibaris and Arabs. In […]
Boy, how much would I pay to be sitting and doing nothing like these Zanzibari girls juuuust chillin !
Kids amaze me by their ability to enjoy life without any constrains. This boy at the Shamba village in Zanzibar didn’t seem to have any worries at all!
Sharing the second and last set of photos taken at Zanzibar Forodhani gardens Food festival. You can view the first part here
My favourite boys in Zanzibar :)
There is no better way to carry the baby and bond at the same time! This was taken in the shamba village, Zanzibar
Some photos speak for themselves and this is one of them :)