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Footsteps of Lawrence of Arabia
Footsteps of Lawrence of Arabia

Footsteps of Lawrence of Arabia

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations by on January 7, 2017 • views: 148

More than 50 years have gone by since the release of Lawrence of Arabia, a David Lean’s masterpiece. A classical movie that has inspired many journeys to Saudi Arabia, especially since Lawrence of Arabia was actually a real British army officer that crossed the Jordan’s desert about 100 years ago and played an important role […]


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Explore Australia’s Red Centre
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Explore Australia’s Red Centre

Filed in Destinations by on January 7, 2017 • views: 146

Many of us associate Australia with Sydney, Melbourne, beaches and, of course, kangaroos. Some, may probably throw in a few crocodiles and Koalas in the mix. But, how many of you know about Australia’s Red Centre? It sounds like a name from a Harry Potter novel or maybe from a book talking about Judgment Day, […]


Cuba Adventure

Experience Cuba

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations by on January 3, 2017 • views: 173

My Cuban adventure was different than many of my other adventures. And not because of the country itself, but because of my experience. I traveled to Cuba alone! Before the era of group vacations, I was a lonely soul wandering the world. Looking back now, I have to admit that my “alone” journeys are some […]


Bay Beach

Beach Vacation in Bermuda

Filed in Beach Vacations, Cultural Travel, Destinations by on January 2, 2017 • views: 182

I say Bermuda, you say beaches! There’s no discussion about this amazing destination that doesn’t include references to its breathtaking islands and fascinating reefs. After all, Bermuda is one of the most popular diving destinations in the world. There are many exotic islands in the world, and I recently talked about the beautiful Cook Islands, […]


Street Food in Austin
Food Trucks in Austin

Street Food in Austin

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations by on January 1, 2017 • views: 155

I have to admit! I don’t like cooking and I’m not very fond of eating in restaurants either when I’m traveling, for the simple reason that I always find better ways to spend my money, such as visiting museums, taking part at unique tours or buying souvenirs for the folks waiting for me back at […]


Explore Granada in Spain views: 72

Don’t visit Granada if you know nothing about Moorish culture and you’re not passionate about history. Granada is all about its past! Just like a ghost who haunts places with mysteries still unsolved, the past of Granada is still reigning over the city. It’s true that today’s Granada has put on the clothes of cosmopolitanism […]

Five Bucket List Adventures views: 79

Any new year brings new resolutions and adds new bucket list adventures to my travel list. I have to admit that I have about 101 resolutions and things to do on my bucket list this year and, unfortunately but not at all surprising, half of them are forgotten five minutes after the clock strikes midnight […]

Enjoy the Arctic National Park views: 78

Warning: Beginner hikers should not adventure into this park or, at least, if they insist on climbing its ridges, they should do it accompanied by experienced hikers. Why? The Gates of the Arctic National Park is the northernmost National Park in the world. It is situated in Alaska, north of the Arctic Circle, and has […]

Wonders of Santiago views: 86

While many just transit Santiago, on their way to other destinations in South America, the capital city of Chile remains behind them undiscovered and overlooked. However, those who avoid spending a few days in Santiago will be forever robbed by wonderful, unique experiences that only Santiago can offer. A metropolis that amazes with fabulous views, […]