Feb 8, 2019• by Jamee Wohle

Finding a balance between travel & fitness

As an avid gym-goer and fitness enthusiast, I have faced many obstacles trying to stay fit in foreign countries. From the Middle East to Africa to South America, I have found ways of exercising...

Jan 31, 2019• by Jamee Wohle

Solo female travel in Jordan

At the young age of 18, I embarked on a journey to Amman, Jordan to study Arabic. In Jordan, I lived with a homestay family. They spoke maybe 3 or 4 words of English and although I knew some Arabic,...

Nov 16, 2018• by Burbs2Abroad

Unforgettable Jerusalem Views

There isn’t a better souvenir than a picturesque shot and Jerusalem is filled with them! Here are a few spots not to miss while visiting the Holy City. The Western Wall It only seems fitting to...

Jun 10, 2018• by YouKanRok

How to pay for your stay in Iran

As you may know, Iran has been subject to several embargo's over the past years. As a result, banking relationships between the country and the rest of the world are non-existent. What does it...

May 9, 2018• by afaqtours

What to eat and drink when in Sultanate of Oman?

Influences on Oman's cuisine derive from its seafaring links with the Far East and East Africa. Meals are spicy, though not overly so, and generally served with rice. Dates, given as a mark of...

May 6, 2018• by Bright Nomad

The weekend in Israel

The Israeli weekend surprises many tourists. It starts on Friday afternoon and ends on Saturday evening after sunset. Sunday is an ordinary working day. There are no buses and trains during the...

Feb 27, 2018• by tommy7

Dubai to Muscat by bus

This trip from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to Oman is operated by an Omani bus company called Mwasalat, also known as ONTC (Oman National Transport Company). The schedule is also directly...

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