What To Pack In Your Hand Luggage

The evening before traveling, it is always worth getting your bags by the door and going through your hand-luggage to make sure you haven’t forgotten anything. Write a quick checklist and ensure everything is packed, from your passport to…
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Travelling in Southeast Europe? Here’s What You Should Definitely Do!

But could you believe that while Paris and Italy and England are extremely popular locations, they definitely aren’t the best ones in Europe to visit? In fact, South East Europe offers some of the wildest, most picturesque places on the continent. Now,…

4 Reasons That Traveling In An RV Is Better Than A Hotel

At this point, many adventure seekers have grown tired of virtual travel and are ready to get out and explore again. Yet, things are a bit complicated at the moment still. Safety when traveling is an issue that has taken on new dimensions…

See Australia In All Its Glory

If you have never been to Australia before, and you are planning on going soon, then you will want to consider how you are going to make the most of it. There are a number of sights that you will absolutely want to visit and which you might…

How to Feel More Comfortable When You’re Traveling

There are, of course, countless things to love about packing your bags and setting forth on an adventure. However, it would be wrong to think that every aspect of it is amazing. There can be trying times when you’re out of your comfort zone,…
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Rome – Part Two: Pantheon – Trevi Fountain – Spanish Steps

Pantheon is most unique building I've seen because of it's open dome (meaning a hold on the roof). It is about 20 minutes walk from Colosseum. Being one of the best-preserved and most influencial of all Ancient Roman buildings, it has been…
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Rome – Part One: Constantine’s Arch – The Roman Forum – Colosseum

A couple of days ago out of boredom, I watched the movie "Roman Holiday" again. Can't believe the movie was made nearly 50 years ago. 50 years! Time marches on but Rome remains timeless. Watching the movie brought back fond memories…
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Egypt Travel Photos – Pyramid of Djoser (The Step Pyramid)

The Pyramid of Djoser is the oldest Pyramid in Egypt, which was built about 4,700 years ago. Located at Saqqara Egypt, northwest of the city of Memphis, the 6-tier, 4-sided structure is the earliest colossal stone building in Egypt.…
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Egypt Travel Photos: Memphis

Ancient Memphis was the homeland of creator God Ptah, God of the arts, architecture and crafts. The UNESO world heritage site is the first Egyptian capital in history. Today above the ancient memphis lies the modern town of Mit Rahina, that's…
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Egyptian Museum

There are many Egypt ancient antiques in the British Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. But it was a really a different experience to see all these historical treasures in the country…
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Egypt Travel Photos – Coptic Cairo

Coptic Cairo is a part of old Cairo that comprises many ancient coptic churches, historical sites and a Jewish Synagogue. This part of Cairo is definitely cleaner and more pleasant to look at. The Convent of Saint George The…
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Egypt Travel Photos: Mosque of Muhammad Ali

There are many distinguished mosques along the way during my middle east trip. To me, the Mosque of Muhammad Ali has the most WOW factor. No matter which direction you are from approaching the Cairo city, The great Mosque of Muhammad Ali…
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Egypt Travel Photos – Luxor Temple

Luxor Temple was the last stop of my Nile Cruise tour. Now I understand why older people lover travelling by cruise. It's the comfort, the convenience and the glorious food served on the cruise ship. Maybe I'm officially old, running around…

Preparations For Travels That Often Go Ignored

There are many people out there that are just born with the travel bug. While some people love the comforts of home, others like to get out there and see the world in its most natural form. When it comes to travel, though, many people often…
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Planning The Ultimate European Campervan Trip

Image via Pexels - CC0 Licence If you dream of freedom and unrestricted, freewheeling travel, then you’ll probably have considered a campervan or a motorhome holiday before. When there are so many incredible road trips to be taken…