Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Moroccan Tea


I came in mid-April to the UAE to spend around 10 days with my family and head back to Thailand. My stay was unexpectedly extended due to the tense situation in Bangkok and I have now been here for about 2 months (I am heading back to Thailand in 3 days though).

One of my favorite pass-times while in Abu Dhabi was hanging around in an Arabic cafe called Zyara, which means "Visit" in arabic. And what's better than enjoying some Hummus with a Saj Halloum (an arabic cheese wrapped in thin flat bread) while drinking the refreshing Moroccan Tea in a comfortable bright colored sofas with friends and free wifi?

Probably one of the rare places I'll miss in the UAE (I said place.. not people!)


Erica said...

These tones are phenomenal. I could look at this beautiful picture all day. 50mm? <3

Daniel N. said...

Thanks a lot Erica!

Surprisingly, no.. It's not a 50mm. It's shot at 102mm from a sofa with my new lens (18-200).


Sabina said...

Pretty tea! I'm looking forward to more great photos from Bangkok and beyond. I'm glad you get to return now.

Kristina said...

great picture!! love the colours! viele grĂ¼sse, kristina

Daniel N. said...

Thank you very much Kristina!

KimberlyKs said...

I'm a tea lover and photography lover. So, this photos is perfect. I'm traveling around the world and just added your blog to my blog roll! Great photography!


Daniel N. said...

Thanks a lot Kim! Glad you liked my photos!

I added your blog on my list too, cheers!

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