You’ve probably seen influencers on your Instagram feeds in Dubai amid a global pandemic. On 4 January, the Prime Minister announced a National lockdown as there was a 30% increase in covid cases in one week. In short a National lockdown means, STAY AT HOME. Essential trips are allowed but flying across the globe and … Continue reading MY OPINION: SHOULD INFLUENCERS BE ALLOWED TO GO DUBAI?
My bucket list
I have been feeling a bit down because several holidays of mine were cancelled due to the Coronavirus outbreak. I decided to change up my mood by making a bucket list of all the cool places I want to go to. I will share my top 10 dream destinations down below. Remember to keep supporting … Continue reading My bucket list
MY OPINION: Coronavirus and travelling
As much as I’d love a £100 flight to Dubai, I am certain health is more important than leisure. The current outbreak of Coronavirus has affected so many people, especially with lockdowns across the globe. I was meant to go to Barcelona, Spain last week. HOWEVER, the big however... I couldn’t fly due to the … Continue reading MY OPINION: Coronavirus and travelling
MY OPINION: Should passengers recline their seats on a flight?
A viral video on Twitter has revived an age old debate; do passengers have the right to recline their seat on a plane? An American Airlines customer says when she put her seat back the person behind her started repeatedly punching the back of her chair and she wishes to press charges against him. https://videopress.com/v/pMd5hmCv?preloadContent=metadata … Continue reading MY OPINION: Should passengers recline their seats on a flight?
Fatima’s story – born into poverty
In early 2019, I went to Morocco to film a documentary highlighting the division of wealth. I interviewed family members, friends and strangers. There was one memorable story, Fatima’s story. Fatima pictured in her house She lives in a little shack located in Quartier Takaddoum, Rabat, Morocco. One of the first few questions I asked … Continue reading Fatima’s story – born into poverty