What to expect when you travel to West Bank, Palestine (as a Muslim)

WARNING: this is a long post but I hope you find it of use! I bracketed the title of this post because it’s inspired by the fact that so many Muslim people have contacted me...

Why the Old Spitalfields Market Colour Walk made me feel like Me

There’s this ‘thing’ in the social media world where you’re supposed to find your tribe. But IRL (In real life) and in the online sphere I’ve never felt like I’ve belonged to a group,...

My Blogging Goals 2019

So this is the first time I've sat down and written some blogging goals, perhaps that's where I've been going 'wrong' all this time? Well not 'wrong' but I'm keen to up my game...

9 Need To Know Tips For Visiting Algeria

Why do so few tourists visit Algeria? And should you visit Algeria? The most recent Algerian guidebooks are a decade out of date and few travelbloggers write about travelling to Algeria – yet it...

The 20 Best Colour accounts you need to follow on Instagram

Instagram is awash with colourful accounts. As a Rainbow Hunter I’ve spent a lot of time stalking them. There are some truly remarkable accounts that will boost your mood in an instant when you...

How to survive Camden (a guide for over 30s)

Portraits by: Horaczko Photography Camden Town. Any alternative teen growing up in London (or those visiting the UK capital) will confess that Camden is the stuff their dreams are made off. A sea of subcultures,...

I wore a bra on top of my clothes and here’s what happened…

Ever since I’ve been following Chidera Eggerue aka The Slumflower on social media I’ve become more conscious of how much I detest bras. Sure ‘bra-burning’ is a historic part of the feminist movement but...

The Lure of The Casbah – why you should visit Algier’s most-feared streets

My journey begins at the bottom, surrounded by colourful women’s clothing. Long rainbow hued dresses with vibrant trims hang in lines beside fabric shops selling reams of shimmery fabrics. In front of their entrance, a...

Day of The Dead in London (Columbia Road)

*Sigh* In just over a week's time it's the Mexican festival Day of The Dead and though it's largely celebrated in Central America, there are pockets of celebrations across the rest of...

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