Trinidad is a small post-colonial styled city with a ton of activities. Narrow cobblestone streets, painted homes, beautiful greens and communal dance parties. & this is everything you need to know to prep your trip to Trinidad. And since you're planning adventures in Cuba, don't miss out on all things to do when in Havana. How … Continue reading 9 Things To Do in Trinidad, Cuba
Located in the southwestern part of the country, this picturesque gem has been made a Unesco World Heritage site. But that's not all you can see once you get to the glorious city. Here's why Pamukkale will make you fall in love with Turkey. How to get there You’ll have to fly to Denizli's Cardak Airport … Continue reading How Pamukkale will make you fall in love with Turkey
How to spend 3 days in Dubai and see everything! Despite being a small emirate, Dubai is gigantic and things tend to be a little further than expected. Follow this itinerary to clump together the must-see destinations by location. No itinerary is going to do Dubai justice, but with a thorough plan ahead you can … Continue reading How to spend 3 days in Dubai and see everything!
KHARTOUM, Sudan. Plagued by disease, a crumbled economy and rivers of corruption, Sudan remains a humble country. One that has unexpectedly forced me to process the true adversities of life. I left Sudan thankful for my privilege, appreciative of simplicity and stricken by the strife. I didn’t expect much before embarking on this assignment, but I … Continue reading Khartoum: Photo journal
Oh La Jolla. Here’s your full guide to La Jolla, what to do, what to see and where to eat! There’s so much to do at this coastline city that you’ll be overwhelmed with animal companions, fun activities and beautiful scenery. If you’re looking to spend a few days in San Diego check out this … Continue reading What to do in La Jolla, San Diego?
Preserving an old era, this historic city used to be part of the highway that connected Jordan to Palestine. Situated close to 1000 meters above sea level, As-Salt is predominately built on three main hills. They're filled with mustard colored homes, narrow streets and many stairs - the city is full of undiscovered corners. To continue honoring it's … Continue reading As-Salt: A historical day trip from Amman
It’s not hard to figure out where to eat in NOLA, but a little guidance never hurts. New Orleans offers wide varieties of food that comfort the palette in unimaginable ways. Here are some of my favorite stops broken down by neighborhood. The French Quarter Salon Restaurant by Sucré – fulfill your brunch needs with … Continue reading New Orleans: Food for the Soul
One of the oldest cities in the world, Byblos will give you a run for your money. Only two hours away from Beirut, this charming city is tucked away. At the tips of the city, Byblos looks like your average modern city – but as you venture in you’ll be surprised to see how rich … Continue reading Byblos, a Lebanon postcard destination
There is something about the feeling you get when you can choose anything from a menu without worrying about its’ ingredients, or comprising your health or eating habits. I’ve found myself in situations where I’ve had to compromise between consuming whatever is available now and dealing with the circumstances later – simply because there are … Continue reading Keeping up with healthy eating in Amman
The Ma'in springs are the definition of therapeutic leisure. The area is a series of waterfalls and hot springs located between Madaba and the Dead Sea. The springs range in temperatures from 40° to 60° C (104-140° F) depending on the season and other factors. The beautiful scenery is located 264m below sea level. The falls originate from … Continue reading Ma’in Hot Springs: an overnight trip into the oasis