A breath of fresh air!

In spite of the traffic chaos and the population explosion over the last decade, Bahrain is still one of the most road-friendly places in the world, as can been see from this set of pictures, taken from a skyscraper on Exhibition Road. Not only that, there are still plenty of open – and green –…

Going..Going… Almost gone!!

There are perhaps the last pictures of the winter colour in our little garden. We are well into February and it’s just a matter of time the weather will begin to warm up and leave a trail of dried plants and empty patches. The petunia’s have already started drying up, the zinnia’s are losing colour…

Finally – the real taste

I was missing the real taste of of the real Punjabi style cauliflower for the last many years. But that changed a couple of days ago when the first “flower” emerged from our little organic garden. Rajubhai, the gardener, proudly showed off the “harvest” and suggested it be cooked immediately so that it doesn’t get…

That wonderful feeling

This view of the Bahrain skyline from the vast expanse of the Busaiteen coast makes one feel ‘small’ in comparison with nature. Almost all of this island nation’s skyscrapers are captured in one frame, with the winter even clouds, and the setting sun, for company. Behind me is the ocean, an equally awesome part of…

Sunset – my favourite colour

It was almost dark when these pictures were taken, with an iPhone, on Bahrain’s Tubli coast. Once again, it’s been proven beyond doubt that sunsets in this tiny island nation are special – especially if it’s winter! The images show the water, boats, palm trees, buildings and cars – pretty much what life in Bahrain…