Archives for Air – land – quality of life
There is a guerrilla war going on in the middle of the Georgian capital, Tbilisi: activists struggle over green space and greenbacks.
Around Khor Kalba, in a remote corner of Sharjah on the United Arab Emirates’ east coast, wildlife is making an impressive comeback.
Many of the mangroves have disappeared as the United Arab Emirates witnesses stratospheric economic growth, but the government is making an effort to protect them, such as the ones in eastern Abu Dhabi.
An interesting look Abu Dhabi is the Mina Fish Market, which anchors the city’s corniche. One can view an aspect of family life--and overfishing.
Soaring above the charming desert city of Al Ain is Jebel Hafeet, one of the most stunning landmarks in the Middle East.
Animal species almost forgotten are a treasure for Serbian biodiversity. A Slow Food project is now struggling for their preservation.
Some of the best spots in for hiking in the Middle East are in Ras al-Khaima (RAK), the emirate perched upon the far north of the UAE.
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.
One of the biggest surprises when first acquainting oneself with Abu Dhabi and the United Arab Emirates is the beautiful Gulf water and beaches.
Thanks to a secret gold mine, one little mountain hamlet in remote Naryn Province, Kyrgyzstan, is able to offer a decent living for villagers.
Visiting the African Penguins in Cape Town earlier this year was a touching way to end my trip to South Africa.