Ordering Food in Spanish Like a Local

When traveling to a new country it always helps when you can speak like the locals. Knowing another language changes your world. What I came to realize while living in Spain is that the menus in English are usually higher in prices than those in Spanish. To avoid such scam it pays off to know [...]

2018-11-17T19:37:33-06:00July 18th, 2017|LANGUAGE|17 Comments

Eid 2018: Celebrations around the world

Muslims around the world celebrated Eid. The most anticipated event of the year.  Last year I posted a video on how I celebrate Eid and what it's about. This time I collaborated with some amazing travelers to show you their Eid. This is Eid around the world.  Enjoy!       Atikah Passionate about giving [...]

2018-04-21T23:25:20-05:00July 6th, 2017|Lifestyle|0 Comments

3 day Guide to Madrid- Version Halal

Madrid, the city ALWAYS overlooked for its "beach" sister of the east, Barcelona. I find myself having to explain to my friends why they should consider visiting Madrid.  Madrid is the best city I have ever lived in my life, yes I said it. Bold huh? Ok, to be fair I haven't been to New [...]

2019-04-07T13:21:38-05:00June 27th, 2017|Spain|12 Comments

The Comprehensive Basque Country Itinerary

In the Northern most part of Spain lies Pais Vasco, bordered by the Pyrenees Mountain and a close neighbor to France. Pais Vasco AKA Euskadi Aka The Basque Country is mostly overshadowed by other popular tourist destinations in Spain. In this Basque Country Itinerary post, you are going to learn about the culture, food, language [...]

2018-11-13T00:28:20-06:00June 1st, 2017|Spain, TIPS, Videos|19 Comments

5 Must Try Halal Restaurants in Granada

Andalusia is the most visited region in Spain by Muslims due to its prominent Islamic history. One major city in Andalusia is Granada.  Granada is a must see for all tourists. For Muslims visiting Granada, the main attraction is the Alhambra and its surrounding areas. Granada's strong Islamic history and close proximity to North Africa [...]

Delicious Halal Food in Italy

Italy is a must visit European country which has so much to offer. As a Muslim traveler while asking yourself  "What are the best sights to see?" or "The most fun things to do?". You will also wonder if there is any Halal food in Italy? You are in luck because Italy has good halal [...]

2018-11-17T23:13:03-06:00August 24th, 2016|Halal Restaurants in Italy|4 Comments

Study Abroad in China

"Seek knowledge even if it's as far as China" is a well-known statement that all Muslims know. This was exactly what upcoming fashion designer, Sakeenah did! Bored with the theoretical method of learning, Sakeenah took a gap year abroad to spark inspiration. Check out our discussion below on her experience. Also, make sure to watch [...]

2018-11-05T02:13:14-06:00August 23rd, 2016|Videos|0 Comments

Podcast: Muslim Travel Couple Try Durian

For those who know, The King of Fruits, Durian means two absolute things. You either love it or you hate it. Your experience with Durian falls on a spectrum of 0 or 10, no in between. Muslim travel couple, Zain and Huda try Durian for their first time and share their experience.  I got the opportunity to [...]

2018-11-04T18:46:42-06:00August 18th, 2016|What's Your Story|0 Comments

My 2 Day Vienna Adventure Pt.2

  Continued...... Day 2 Breakfast The next day, I woke up really early because I wanted to take advantage of the few hours I had before heading back to Madrid.  I woke Asma and we got ready. We headed out and had breakfast.  Breakfast this time was Apfrelgolatsche. The pastry really tasted like apple. It [...]

2017-06-08T12:28:13-05:00August 3rd, 2016|Journal|0 Comments

My 2 Day Vienna Adventure

Remember when I interviewed  Asma from Austria (Part 1) and discussed casually what a first time visitor should do in Austria?  Well I was convinced to visit this country and this is what happened:...... Nearly 3 hours after my journey from Madrid, I had finally arrived at Vienna. I came out of the terminal towards the [...]

2017-06-08T12:20:26-05:00August 2nd, 2016|Journal|12 Comments