I set out to explore some of the narrow lanes and bylanes of this small little treasure island of Bahrain called Muharraq
Through the narrow mountain trails of Nepal up in the Himalayas to the Everest Base Camp, a solo backpacking trip in deeply religious Georgia, a few days in sizzling hot Abu Dhabi, a short transit tour through the island country of Sri Lanka on my way to the land of Unity in Diversity, India.
Qal’at al Bahrain was built by the Portuguese on fortifications left over from the Dilmun era. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005.
Bahrain hosts the Bahrain International Airshow every two years at the Sakhir Air Base.