7:53 pm April 13, 2014 | No Comment
Ihad been dreaming of exploring South America for quite a long time, yet it was in December 2011 when I finally made it there. A good friend of mine, an Ecuadorian, invited me to spend New Year’s Eve in Quito, the capital city, saving me from spending a lonely winter holiday.
12:59 pm April 13, 2014 | No Comment
Behind tall turquoise doors at the luxurious Jumeirah Zabeel Saray Hotel awaits a haven of wellness and relaxation — the marvelous Talise Ottoman Spa.
6:45 pm April 6, 2014 | 1 Comment
Over the past three decades, Dubai has been transformed from a sleepy fishing village in the middle of the desert to a cosmopolitan city located in the center of the world — two-thirds of the world population is just an eight-hour flight away from here.
2:19 pm April 4, 2014 | 1 Comment
She is often referred to as the “mother of Ubud,” and her restaurant has been a longtime favorite among both travelers and locals: Ni Wayan Murni, a Bali native who recently celebrated the 40th anniversary of “Murni’s Warung” with the launch of a book that includes personal memories and anecdotes of people who have accompanied her on her journey from the 1970s until today.
12:19 pm April 2, 2014 | No Comment
As the largest airline in the Middle East that flies to 74 countries from its hub at the Dubai International Airport, Emirates is constantly recruiting new staff and cabin crew that need to be trained properly .
6:10 pm April 1, 2014 | No Comment
For those craving a break from the pressures of bustling city life, Bali can offer the perfect, blissful reprieve. Travelers from all over the world visit the island for some much-needed time away from the escalating burdens of daily routines. But with the growing number of tourists flocking to its shores each year, finding a pocket of true tranquility is becoming harder and harder to find.
6:43 pm March 30, 2014 | No Comment
In recent years, Middle Eastern cuisine has become more and more popular, thanks to its wholesome and rich approach. When I traveled to Dubai last week, I had the chance to savor the traditional cuisine of the region.
6:37 pm March 30, 2014 | No Comment
“Forget Paris and come to the south,” said the invitation I received from a friend. So I ventured away in search of a different facet of France. It was far south enough that another hour on the TGV, the French high-speed train, would have taken me across the Spanish border. But I stopped in Toulouse, a destination rather shunned by many visitors.
4:37 pm March 25, 2014 | No Comment
While Dubai is well-known for launching projects that include superlatives and breaking world records of all sorts, the government also realized that its desert habitat was quickly vanishing.
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