Morocco, Chefchaouen: the blue pearl

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Have you ever dreamt of visiting a city completely blue? If you think that’s not possible you are completely wrong! Nestled in the scenery of the Rif Mountains in the northern Morocco, just 4 hours drive from the more famous […]

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Oman, Wadi Bani Khalid: natural pools with crystal water

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Located 200 km from Muscat and just 50 km from Bidiya – Wahiba Sands dunes ( where the desert campgrounds are located ), it’s one of the most picturesque and accessible wadi of the whole Oman. We visited the Wadi […]

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Yemen, Shibam: Manhattan of the desert

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Memories of a trip through an amazing country  In the late 2005 my trip through Yemen led me in the Hadramawt Governorate. In the central-western part of this huge and old region there is a town famous for its mudbrick-made […]

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Yemen, Shaharah: the highest village of the country

About 160 km from Sanaa, proceeding towards the city of Sadaa,  it is located the most beautiful and fascinating mountain village in all of  Yemen: Shaharah. Situated at 2600 meters on the top  of the magnificent mountain Jabal Shaharah, the village […]

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Syria, World Heritage monuments in danger

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These memories are dedicated to the wonderful Syrian people who are going through a difficult time, with the hope that they will soon come back to smile. During our trip, we visited and discovered the beauty  of the Syrian Unesco […]

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Top 10 Things to Do in Doha

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Doha is not a famous destination as its neighbor Dubai, where the tourist go to explore the country having special experience between relax and fun but, if you have the chance to spend here some days for leisure, business or […]

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Jordan, tips for visiting Petra

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Petra is the most known historical site of Jordan and one of the seven wonder of the ancient World. Built in the heart of Shara Mountain by Nabatean, it prospered between the 1st century BC and the 1st  Ad, becoming […]

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Jordan, Wadi Rum: one day trip into the T.E. Lawrence Desert

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Wadi Rum may be best known for its connection with British officer T. E. Lawrence, who based his operations here during the Arab Revolt of 1916–18. In the 1980s one of the impressive rock formations in Wadi Rum was named […]

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Jordan, visiting Dead Sea & Madaba: best things to do

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Driving south – west , just 60 km from Amman it’s worth a stop at Dead sea, the lowest point on earth, 392m below sea level. Its climate makes this lake a popular destination above all during the winter months […]

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Jordan, Kerak and Shobak: dominating Crusaders castles

Jordan is home of many crusaders sites and two of the most known are Kerak and Shobak. Kerak town lays on the ancient caravan routes that used to connect Egypt to Syria and its commanding position almost 1000 meters above the […]

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