Steps of Repentance at Mt. Sinai.

The Steps of Repentance

You can’t miss the Steps of Repentance when you climb Mt Sinai (aka Moses Mountain). It’s a steep climb that would really make you think to repent all your sins ...

This Tiny White Beach Island is in Saudi Arabia.

This is a Tiny White Beach Island in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia isn’t known for its tourism that it is almost non-existent. The country doesn’t offer a tourist visa. The tourists you see around are those who are already working ...

View from the Top of Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building.

View from the Top of Burj Khalifa

The view from the top of Burj Khalifa in Dubai shows the fast-growing pace of wherever the city is heading to. Since The Burj is the tallest building in the ...


Things to do in Havana

35 Things to do in Havana

These are the 35 things to do in Havana, Cuba. From riding ...
The Amazing Petra in Jordan

The Amazing Petra in Jordan

YOU HAVE TO SEE IT TO BELIEVE IT! Petra in Jordan is ...
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Things to do in Brunei – A Country of No Fun?

(I asked an Aussie friend, Jonathan, to be a guest blogger and ...

Chichen Itza Pyramid in Mexico

Chichen Itza was once the center of the Mayan universe. It’s an ...

Cambodia: Grand Royal Palace in Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is Cambodia’s capital city—and it is a city of contrasts. ...

11 Things To Do In Beijing

(A friend of mine and his family are going for a one-week ...

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Dine in Style: 5 Restaurants Near Royal Albert Hall

Iconic Royal Albert Hall is a must-visit location on any trip to London, and no night at the concert hall is complete without a great meal to accompany the show. Many delicious restaurants are within a short walking distance of the hall and several of them offer set-price theater menus designed to get you to […]

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Top Foods to Try in London [infographic]

This post was originally published on IHG’s blog on May 9, 2016. Planning a visit to London? After booking your flight and picking the perfect London hotel, the next item on the list is figuring out where to dine in this British metropolis. London is packed with everything from expensive, swanky restaurants to ultra-affordable, no-frills street […]

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St Catherine Monastery - The Oldest in the World / Mt Sinai, Egypt.

St Catherine Monastery – The Oldest in the World

St Catherine Monastery is the oldest Christian monastery in the world that is continuously inhabited. It’s a living fortification and silent witness to 17 centuries of history that only few people know about. It is surrounded by rugged mountains and incredible landscapes where you can live and be at peace with whatever is around you. […]

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Millennials Share Their Tips for Working While Traveling the Globe

This post was originally published on Hipmunk’s Tailwind Blog on April 11, 2016. When you’re still new to a career and trying to make a name for yourself on the job, it can be stressful to take vacation time. Heck, forget traveling for pleasure—even business travel can feel stressful. When you’re juggling delayed flights or bad […]

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Relive Hollywood in These Film Locations in Paris

“Paris is always a good idea,” said Audrey Hepburn, a Hollywood legend who acted in romantic movies that featured famous landmarks in Paris. With so many great motion pictures made in this European city, it’s no wonder it earns these three nicknames: The City of Love, The City of Romance, and The City of Lights. […]

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Cairo's Skyline from Hilton Ramesis Hotel.

View of Cairo Skyline from Hilton Ramesis Hotel

My stay at Hilton Ramesis Hotel in Cairo wasn’t really planned at all. I had to stay in the city one more night while waiting for my employer’s decision on what to do with my expired visa. It’s a long story which will bore you to death. When I arrived at the reception, I specifically […]

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Convenient Boutique Hotels in Albuquerque

Albuquerque, New Mexico, bills itself as the “Hot Air Ballooning Capital of the World.” With fantastic weather and clear skies most days of the year, no one would contest the epithet attached to it. You can conquer the skies here by riding the hot air balloon, helicopter or glider plane, and an aerial tramway that […]

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From Downtown Cairo to the Pyramids by Public Transport

From Downtown Cairo to the Pyramids by Public Transport

From downtown Cairo to the Pyramids by public transport is an easy trip if you don’t mind the crowd and the heat. From Tahrir Square to the gate in front of the Sphinx, it took me just less than an hour—and that’s because I already figured out how to navigate and take the right public […]

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