Bye bye beach life! We are going to Sfax :)

wonderful blog! love your pictures :)


Thank you so much!! :) I’m glad you like this space!

what camera do you use?


Most of the time I use my iPhone but for professional use I have my Canon Mark II :)

Don’t you dare
Shrink yourself
For someone else’s comfort -
Do not become small
For people who refuse to grow.

Advice To My Future Daughter

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Twisted landscapes and sensitive colours, Sousse 2014.


Being in Palestine just three weeks ago and seeing what has happened since I’ve left there has really woken me up to what it exactly means to be Palestinian.

During my visit to Palestine, I was originally denied access into the country even though I am a born US citizen. My Palestinian ethnicity was enough for Israel to deny me entrance essentially telling me that I was born wrong. They stamped the denial right on my passport. I had to call the embassy and my family and waste a day on the border just to be given two weeks to stay and no allowance to travel outside of the Ramallah area.

Gunmen kill Tunisian soldiers near Algeria - Al Jazeera English

"At least 14 Tunisian soldiers have been reported killed and 20 wounded after gunmen attacked military checkpoints near the Algerian border, the ministry of defence told Al Jazeera.

The fighters, one of whom was reported killed, staged two simultaneous attacks on army posts in the Mount Chaambi area as soldiers were holding their sundown meal, or Iftar, as part of the Ramadan Muslim fasting month.”

So many horrible news today. Rabi yostor.

One day you lose something, and you say: ‘Oh my God. I was happy. And I didn’t even know it.’

Unknown, Humans of New York

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We were looking for a restaurant at Iftar time but everywhere was full so we broke our fast with figs by the beach #ramadandiaries

We were looking for a restaurant at Iftar time but everywhere was full so we broke our fast with figs by the beach #ramadandiaries

Cafe Maure in Sousse, Tunisia.

But most hearts say, I want, I want, I want, I want. My heart is more duplicitous, though no twin as I once thought. It says, I want, I don’t want, I want, and then a pause.

Margaret Atwood, “The Woman Who Could Not Live With Her Faulty Heart,” from Two-Headed Poems.

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Port el Kantaoui with my baby siblings

I love those mornings when you wake to darkness and no one is asking anything of you. You’re under no pressure to exist. This is something of which I am in constant need.



cultiverunjardin said: classic tunisian dad haha. My mom once asked me to fit an entire baby seat in my luggage… we don’t even have any babies in the family…