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Natasha Amar

I’m a 20 something girl who lives in Dubai and loves to travel. This blog was created to share stories of the things that blew my mind when I ventured out into the world. The beauty of experiencing diverse cultures and traditions, art and architecture, local cuisines and beautiful landscapes, while learning new things about yourself and sometimes building surprisingly extraordinary relationships cannot be described in the choicest of words. Yet I try to do this through my stories and pictures, all of which are not necessarily in chronological order.This blog also documents my attempts at surprising and challenging myself, as I seek one new experience at a time, consciously pushing myself to do things I never imagined I could do. I draw inspiration from the world around me as it changes every day and like to blog about it.


Chiang Mai's Best Chocolate Cake

Picture this: you’ve been travelling across Thailand for a few weeks, going from one market to another in Bangkok, taken a 16 hour train journey from Bangkok to Chiang...


First Impressions: Dhaka, Bangladesh

Bangladesh is the most densely populated country in the world. The city of Dhaka is infamous for its chaotic crowds and traffic. I had been warned my friends about how...


Grameen Bank Series:A week in rural Bangladesh

It was my first time in Bangladesh for an internship with the Grameen Bank, a Nobel Peace Prize (2006) winning microfinance institution. Frankly, it was my curiosity and...

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