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An Arab man's attempt at bridging the cultural gap and trying to make a difference. Failing a lot. Succeeding once in a while.

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Bahrain, this is probably a good time to change your lens

Bahrain, this is probably a good time to change your lens

19 Oct, '120 Comments

A few weeks ago I attended an “EO University“, an event organised by the Entrepreneurs’ Organisation for its members from all over the world, this time, in the fabulous city of Istanbul. The University is a intense learning experience in which attendees get to listen to world-class speakers for three days and be inspired by […]

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Vandalism, again.

Vandalism, again.

19 Oct, '120 Comments

What has this lovely plant do to the stupid pricks who destroyed it? Why? I just don’t understand why people destroy cosmetic plants that did nothing to them whatsoever. What did they achieve by doing this? Absolutely disgusted.

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Xeriscaped border revisit

Xeriscaped border revisit

13 Oct, '120 Comments

Just wanted to show you how the xeriscaped border is coming along so far. I’m pretty happy with its progress as it’s only suffered one small casualty but the rest of the plants are thriving! Here’s how it looked when it was first finished.

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The Lime Harvest

The Lime Harvest

12 Oct, '120 Comments

  I threatened this tree that if it didn’t produce a good harvest this season, it’s coming out! Glad it did something about it 🙂  

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A Moment in My Garden

A Moment in My Garden

15 Sep, '120 Comments

A quick one minute video of my garden this morning. Hope you enjoy this short tour. With the weather changing, the frogs have returned to the pond. No idea where they were hiding all summer long!

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