King Abdullah Financial District and its Conference Centre by Night and Day

It is a given that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia do not erect buildings on a mediocre level, especially at the King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD). View this post on Instagram #weekendvibes #weekendmood #inthemoodtowrite #storiesofthewanderingfeetandmind #thewanderingfeetandmind #randomplaces #riyadh #riyadhguide #riyadhbloggers #riyadhblogger ##riyadhconnect #riyadhtours #riyadhtourism #lovinsaudi #saudiimages #unveilsaudi #beautifulsaudi A post shared by SF (@thewanderingfeetandmind) on…

Street Photography in Dirah

I got into a no blogging phase after my last post (“Calaguas Island Tour’s Day 2: The Time of Our Lives“) on September 12 due to working on some higher priorities so to speak. A few days ago, I tried so hard to get back into blogging after the long pause. It was foiling…I wrote different…

Small And Big Wonders At The King’s Forest (Rawdat Khuraim)

The Hiker’s Maxim: “Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints, kill nothing but time (J.K.).” For years, I have been maintaining a special connection with nature since I learned the value of it. I get in touch with life forms outside the house or in the wilderness not only when I get the chance…

Top 4 Asian Budget Restaurants In Riyadh

I am Number Four: Cusina in Electron Centre Building, Batha Cusina is a Chinese, Japanese, & Thai restaurant—the first of its kind in the city. (It is not in any way related to the trendy Italian restaurant called La Cucina in Al Faisaliah Hotel-South.) Majority of what you can see though are Japanese cuisines. They have an…

The Very Colorful And Nitid Land Of Golden Souqs in Dirah

The first time I passed by the shop called “Traditionals” at Granada Mall in Exit 9, I fell in love with its kaleidoscopic atmosphere. The shop sells traditional Saudi handicraft and antiques. I have always wanted to do some traditional kind of shopping and visual feasting on something variegated here in the capital city. The luster that…

“Antiques And Bread” (Paul Restaurant)

Paul Bakery & Restaurant has been flaunting in the major cities of Saudi Arabia but it was only last November of the current year (2015) that I learned about it. Paul Bakery & Restaurant was established in France in 1889. It offers an extensive selection of refined French inspired recipes with an unrivaled excellence in…

How To Make A World Tour In Just One Hour (World Sights Park)

It was during the first week of October this year when pictures of some of the most famous landmarks from fellow expats here in Saudi swamped my Facebook feed. I immediately got interested in knowing where did those reduced scale replicas of well-known landmarks are erected. It goes without saying my wandering feet was itching…

How I Visited Italy Straight From Riyadh By Car (Piatto)

The movie “Eat Pray Love” has always inspired me to globetrot but I only remained inspired, to date. The reason is financial constraints as usual for a commoner like me. Besides, yours truly is just a simple traveler who exploits ordinary, available places around him. That being said I will grab every opportunity to travel to…