Al Ain, U.A.E., – The palace of Father Zayed

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Rate our ReviewsAl Ain, UAE…To the average North American the words “Middle East”, congers up many different visions. We have our perceptions formed by the media clips, short and sensational. Mostly we see problems, deep and long-lasting problems. Yet, to the same people, the word “Dubai”, seems to wear a different mantle. Dubai creates a […]

Jebel Haroun, Jordan – Aaron on the side of caution

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Rate our ReviewsJebel Haroun, Jordan……When you get to Petra you will inevitably glimpse a small white dome peeking above a peak on the horizon.  Tripping over intrigues is part of travel’s appeal and the chase was on.  Pursuing this eggshell would lead to an astonishing ascent, both for the history is revealed and the journey […]

Wadi Rum, Jordan –deserts & camel trekking?

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Rate our ReviewsWadi Rum, Jordan…. There is an overwhelming amount of things to know, and it is largely circumstance whether you have stumbled across one fact or another.  Fortunately, travel is a remarkable avenue for plugging gaps where missing knowledge is relevant and/or astounding.  All you need is a dose of inspiration from an enticing […]

Jebel Jais, UAE -Scaling new heights

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Rate our ReviewsJebel Jais, UAE….. In the early months of this year, my ears started to receive a lot of hearsay about a mountain that gives an exhilarating experience to its visitors. That piqued my curiosity, for I could not imagine how mountains in the desert area looked like. Now, one thing is for sure, […]

Heritage Village, Abu Dhabi, UAE – A glimpse into history

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Rate our ReviewsHeritage Village…The Emirate Culture fascinates me because of the practical way they lived as Bedouins. The discovery of oil or “liquid gold” at the Bab field of Abu Dhabi in 1954, propelled the country into the stratosphere at an unimaginable speed, however, Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan (the first President of the […]