Tag: culture

Travel Africa: Chihe Primary School

In the midst of this pandemic, I wanted to share photos of my trip to Africa. Last week I posted a video of the students welcoming us to their school. Here are some more of my favorite photos from the school, enjoy. Walking to School All the students from Chihe Primary Elementary live in the

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The Adventures of a Teenage Introvert in Australia

I want to take you back to the first time I was able to scratch my travel itch. The place that popped my traveling cherry – so to speak. Since then, I have seen different places and practically been on every continent. My first travel experience was when I was a senior in High School.

Life in Kuwait: The Ramadan Experience

Ramadan Kareem is similar to Christmas for Muslims. Minus the Santa Clause, celebrating Jesus’s birth, and giving gifts. Okay, maybe it’s nothing like Christmas, but it relates to Christmas because it is a time when people spend time with their families, give to the poor, and try to be a better person. The purpose is

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Life Hacks

A few weeks ago I started a series titled Life in Kuwait where I talk about different aspects of living in Kuwait. Living here has really opened my eyes to Kuwaiti culture and has really challenged my perspective. I will still share stories about my life in Kuwait, but soon I will be returning to

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Life in Kuwait: Residency Issues

One aspect of living in Kuwait that I find amazing is the lackadaisical, everything will work out attitude. The way people drive on the road like there’s a constant emergencyĀ you wouldn’t think this is true. In fact, there are times, more times than not, that you will get hit with Inshallah- meaning lord willing or

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