PRODUCT & LIFESTYLE
Senses are ablaze as my feet pound through Manhattan’s bustling mass of skyscrapers and sidewalks. I could spend weeks on this island and still not see all there is to see. Getting around New York City by foot, subway, yellow cab and helicopter made me discover what makes this concrete jungle truly astounding.
I spent a midweek in Moscow just wandering around, trying to get a sense of the city. It took me almost four days, but I think I’ve got it. I became fascinated by the unique mix of Renaissance Russian architecture and Soviet era Stalinist architecture. There’s still so much to explore—I wish I had an infinite supply of time here.
Bali is magical. As probably the most famous island in Indonesia, Bali blends spectacular mountain scenery and beautiful sandy white beaches with warm and friendly people, a vibrant culture and filled with over 1000 temples. It is no wonder the island is often called ‘The Island of the Gods’.
I’ve dreamt of visiting Scandinavia for years and Copenhagen, the Danish capital, has always been the leader of the pack. Copenhagen is a compact city packed with historic buildings lining its narrow cobbled streets. Colourful waterside townhouses, boats on the canals and Scandinavian design everywhere, it’s no wonder this port city has consistently been known as one of the happiest places in the world.
Marrakech, a heady blend of labryinthal souks, colourful Medina streets, mysterious snake charmers performing at the Djemma El Fna and the enchanting sound of the call to prayer echoing around the medina. We continued our journey, through the High Atlas Region towards to the gateway of the Sahara: The ancient fortified ksar of Aït Ben Haddou.
Dubai is one of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates. The country has become symbolic for its man-made islands, architectural marvels, largest shopping malls in the world and sky-rise buildings such as the Burj Khalifa and the Burj al Arab.
The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is without a doubt a must-see when you visit Abu Dhabi. This iconic mosque was built in memory of Sheikh Zayed, the man who brought the United Arab Emirates together, spearheading its creation into the majestic nation it is today. The result is the largest and grandest mosque in the United Arab Emirates today. It’s a stunning building, one of the most beautiful I have seen in my life.
Work in process.
Work in process.