mardi 31 décembre 2013

Home for the holidays/flashbacks

I am finally home (after a disastrous period of time that I went through).
I never wanted something so badly as going home for winter break. Also, I have never thought it could be this hard. However, am home at last and am enjoying every single second of the time spent here.
Tunisia never looked prettier these days (take my eyes and try, believe me). Now it's actually the perfect time to look back at the 5 months journey I had back in Laramie, Wyoming.

After the long trip, and finally home :


I am lucky enough to be around these folks again.

Stay tuned for a 2013 in pictures as an up-coming post.

jeudi 5 décembre 2013

Denver, Colorado

These pictures were mainly taken two months ago in Denver Colorado. Everyone knows that I suck at keeping my blog up to date, and that is actually due to some technical problems in my computer (i need to buy a new one as soon as possible). Anyhow, words can't describe how amazing Denver was. It is just the city of happiness, of stoned heads and grassy smells. 
However, my life in Laramie was not excited at all. My daily routine consists of struggling from the crazy cold weather and trying to catch up with the amount of homework they give to us. 
Gladly, next week is gonna be finals week ! I know, I guess I am the only person who is excited about the finals in UW. But hey, I get to go back home ( to Tunisia hell yeah) on Thursday. I arrive there on Friday afternoon. I just cannot wait.
I miss everything bout home...and am not gonna complain about the American life again but one thing am certain of : it is not and will not be my cup of chai. 
I hope ( don't promise anything) that I will submit more of the photos later on this week. 

Take care y'all.


lundi 30 septembre 2013


So first of all, hello ! These are not high quality pictures as I find it hard to bring my heavy DSLR camera everytime I take a stroll around town. However, these are phone pictures that I've cumulated during the past month. Most of these are taken around campus, in the library, downtown Laramie or in the interstate (between Colorado and Wyoming). 
It is a beautiful town, with gorgeous skies and mountains. I thought I have mentioned that before. Nevertheless, if you're not fan of liquor/partying/outdoor sports, you will probably die with a slow transcending agony in this place (as it is almost my case). In Laramie, you have pretty much nothing to do, which is kind of frustrating. Am trying to live with that for now...
"It's just a year, it's just an experience..." 
I know, but so far, it's not a pleasant one. It gets pleasant when you're around amazing people who cares about every single inch of you (and the sad part of this : they are already leaving this town). Other than that, nothing is really interesting about the American culture/lifestyle that am far away from appreciating.  
I miss my country and my people. I never thought that, one day, I am gonna say this but Tunisia/Tunisians are the best. There is something special about those North-African countries that I can't discern yet. 

I might be ending this blog post soon as I have nothing really important to mention besides the cold and the "shitiness" of the educational system in here (currently suffering from home-works and reading).

Take care, folks !

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