We visited some dear relatives and happened upon a pioneer festival, complete with butter churning and buffalo burgers! I definitely wanted to drive off in that Model T.
Home for the rodeo, for the first time in 10 years! Magical. Pendleton, OR.
There’s no place like home there’s no place like home there’s no place like home… #evacu-vacation
I loved my temporary commute, riding this little cable car to work. It was destroyed in the war, but they got one of the cable cars up and working again a few years ago. It costs 80 cents to ride up or down; a man sitting in a little booth collects your money and gives you a paper ticket. Sarajevo.
We hosted an Iraqi delegation in Bosnia for a week, and during that time, started filming a short documentary… I hope I will be able to show it to you next month!
The mall in Dubai is amazing… just amazing.
Actually I liked the art in our hotel… what do you think about corporate art? Dubai, UAE
Inspiring spaces have been a series on the blog so far.. I’m always too lazy to decorate my rented apartments much, but seeing how much I enjoy being in beautiful spaces makes me think I should invest more in making my place my own. This is a gorgeous place that we found through airbnb.com. There were so many artsy details that we spent a whole night in just enjoying the apartment and the balcony view. It was like staying in a mini-museum and I came away feeling so refreshed. (Just in time to be evacuated four days later…)
For now I am working from Bosnia; Kurdistan news even hit the headlines here.