Once you are settled at the hotel in your special corner of the Levant, the Dead Sea shocks the senses. Swimming and dunking under water are beastly tasks.
Watching live coverage of Nelson Mandela’s passing, the memories of his release in 1990 have vividly returned: and they will continue with his messages of reconciliation and forgiveness.
The early morning at Petra starts after you walk through a small gate. You already wonder why you did not arrange to stay in Jordan longer.
One of the biggest surprises when first acquainting oneself with Abu Dhabi and the United Arab Emirates is the beautiful Gulf water and beaches.
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One of the great joys of having access to Masdar City is to revel in its design and spectacular architecture.
UK energy consumers have long complained about the rising cost of their utility bills, which now soar over $2,000 U.S. annually--clean energy is an option, but not if UK politicians start scaling back their rhetoric.
Key to enjoying the Gulf in Abu Dhabi is taking a walk along the Corniche, and even hopping on a bicycle, if possible.
The Copenhagen-New York architecture studio BIG is among several leading design firms that won the competition to develop the 84,000 square-foot Museum of the Human Body in Montpellier, France. Located in the city’s Parc Marianne, the mix of park and ...
Visiting the African Penguins in Cape Town earlier this year was a touching way to end my trip to South Africa.
Al Hamra, Oman, a village still showcasing homes up to 400 years old, makes for a fantastic stop, even if you only have half an hour.
A visit to Oman would not be complete with at least a half day at Nizwa Fort, about a two-hour drive from Muscat.