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The River Nile, the world's longest, has long been the lifeblood of a desert country. One of the highlights of a trip to Egypt is to take a cruise along this most famous of rivers for several days, ...
Feluccas are one of the defining sights of Aswan and Upper Egypt (which, as you no doubt know, is south). From a distance, the graceful white sails of these traditional single-masted vessels look ...
Day trip safaris into the Omani desert combine the cool green of wadis and endless vistas of rolling dunes, impenetrably rocky mountains and ancient villages built into the desert walls. Visit ...
Once you land and collect your luggage, there are porters with a trolly to help if you would like, you can tip them but gratueties are not compulsary. The Airport is quite large but the exit is close ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, March 2013
The Design Museum Holon in Tel Aviv is truly on the cities hidden treasures. Opened in March 2010, this futuristic looking complex is actually one of the foremost museums highlighting design and ...
Written by JC, Germany, October 2011
The launch of Dubai Metro rail system in 2009 represented a huge step forward for a city where infrastructure has often struggled to keep pace with development. Editor's Note: This recommendation ...
Written by Hudson, USA, August 2012
As you might expect, a cruise down the Nile River is a trip so special
that it ranks up there with greatest trips in a lifetime. The lifeblood
and greater Africa since the dawn of ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, January 2013
Traffic on the roads of Israel
can be tough to handle sometimes, but the recent construction of train
lines has made life easier for the weary traveler. As they are, the
trains have great ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, February 2013
Raking the train in Morocco is one of the best and most comfortable ways to get around even though it is not the most extensive rail network in the world. With trains running between many of the ...
If you catch a taxi make sure you have a map to show the driver as most do not speak any English.
If you hire a vehicle, be sure your a confident driver and get insurance as the locals pretty much ...
Written by Jessica, USA, March 2013
When you get as far as Cape Town, it’s hard to resist the temptation to keep going south; you’re so close, after all to the southernmost tip of the African continent. The good news is that you can ...
Written by JC, Germany, January 2012
Abu Simbel is about as far south as you can get in Egypt, lying about 20 miles from the Sudanese border. It’s a remote place, most accessible by plane or by boat from Aswan. Abu Simbel rewards those ...
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