Where shall I begin?
The first-class service, the delicious food, the luxurious rooms, or that incredible view… the list goes on and I’m at a loss for words.
We packed a weekend bag for a staycation away from the daily traffic, noise pollution, and stress to a luxury hotel in the mountains of Lebanon.… Read more
Because of Tommy Dewar’s endless motivation and charm, he was able to make the Dewar’s brand a well-known household name, which made him the ultimate “Doer” – “Dewar”, get it?
The purpose of the Doers Club along with its series of events is to inspire all doers like Tommy Dewar to be in one place together spreading those contagious positive vibes.… Read more
While in Athens, T and I thought it would be a good idea to sign up for a guided Acropolis tour!
We felt that the Acropolis would be more memorable if we at least had someone explaining the must-know facts and stories about the ancient ruins.… Read more
I was invited to join a special secret wine tour with 209 Lebanese Wine in Batroun along with other wine enthusiasts.
About 209 Lebanese Wine
For those of you who don’t already know (shame on you), 209 Lebanese Wine is an online platform that delivers Lebanese wine from all over Lebanon right to your doorstep!… Read more
Attention foodies and travel lovers, you’re gonna love this one!
Gastronomy is a wonderful way to explore a culture when traveling! It’s one of my personal favourite methods to discover traditional (and delicious) foods in a new city or country.… Read more
Founded in 1857, Chateau Ksara is one of Lebanon’s oldest and largest wineries as well as the first to produce red wine in the country!
For their 160th grape harvest, the renowned winery in Bekaa invited media and influencers for two days in Zahle to experience the art of wine and celebrate their ongoing success.… Read more
Honey [and adventure lovers], this post is for you.
We ventured last weekend to Tannourine with the honey experts at Atelier du Miel to get a firsthand experience learning about the art of beekeeping and local honey produced in Lebanon.… Read more
From its perfect weather, beaches, food, chocolate (chocolate always has its own category) to architecture, art, and culture – Barcelona is the ultimate travel destination to add to your bucket list.… Read more
La Boqueria Market (Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria or Mercat de la Boqueria) is known to be one of the most famous and biggest food markets in all of Europe, attracting millions of visitors every year.… Read more
One of the main reasons Traveling with Thyme was created was to promote tourism in the cities and countries we visit. Starting with our own!
Ecotourism (ecological tourism) has become a trending form of tourism worldwide enabling outdoor-lovers to travel and explore natural environments whilst reducing their environmental impact and supporting conservation efforts.… Read more
Brunch is by far the best meal of the day. I mean, seriously, at what other meal can you fit pancakes and burgers in one meal?
The brunch scene in Beirut has definitely upped its game in recent years, with so many restaurants offering brunch as a standard option on their menu.… Read more
Newcastle upon Tyne, also simply referred to as “Newcastle”, is one of the largest cities in England situated in Tyne and Wear.
The city is a mix of tradition and metropolitan elegance; well-known for its interesting museums, inspiring history, refined Victorian architecture, vibrant nightlife due to its high student population, and great food.… Read more
Trust me 24 hours in Edinburgh isn’t enough to get a feel for this city. Not even 48 hours. I would recommend at least 3-5 days in the city – at least you can tick off a lot of the essential things to do that way!… Read more
It was a Friday afternoon.
We packed a getaway bag and made our way to our home away from home in Beirut. A break from our daily work routine was very necessary, and what better way to break a routine than to add a pinch of class and luxury over the weekend?… Read more