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An evening stroll along the banks of the Seine River: the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame Cathedrale

With the summer comes longer days, the perfect occasion for a stroll along the banks of the Seine River. The most famous French river snakes through Paris and passes along some of the capital’s most iconic attractions, namely the Eiffel… Continue Reading →

Dali Old Town: Between ancient streets and modern shops in the Yunnan mountains

Dali Old Town is known for its cultural heritage, natural landscape, and ancient fortification walls. Small enough, walk through the narrow cobblestoned streets, passing by tea shops, small restaurants, street vendors selling cheese on a stick or local vegetables. A… Continue Reading →

Top 10 Things to Do in La Paz Mexico

Less known than Cabo San Luca, this little gem sits on the Peninsula of Baja California Sur. Featuring a desert climate, La Paz offers a dry, warm and sunny weather most of the year. While the city is no Cabo San… Continue Reading →

An Exploration of Prambanan Temple, A Hindu Jewel on Java Island

While Borobudur is the popular attraction around Yogyakarta, I was not familiar with the Prambanan Temple. The temple turned to be an impressive site which I found fascinating and was to be one of the highlights of our Java Island… Continue Reading →

An easy walk through time in charming La Paz’s historic downtown – photo essay

La Paz historical area can be easily walked around, with very manageable hills. Walking through the downtown area can be as quick as one day, to full two days if visiting some of the museums. Walking Through La Paz History… Continue Reading →

Melvana Semâ Ceremony by the Whirling Dervishes

Beyond a beautifully and carefully choreographed demonstration, with unusual dancers and hypnotizing music, the Semâ ceremony by the Whirling Dervishes is front and foremost a religious performance with highly spiritual meaning. Who hasn’t seen a picture of flying white robs and… Continue Reading →

Ephesus – A Walk Through Roman & Greek History

Ephesus was our first introduction to Greek presence in Turkey, and it was mind blowing to imagine the whole city entirely covered and built out of marble, buzzing with shops and people! Already inhabited around 6,000 BC and the Neolithic… Continue Reading →

Beyoglu – The Western Side of Istanbul

Stepping away from the Sultanahmet and all the amazing sites of old Istanbul, cross the Golden Horn and explore other areas like Beyoglu. Stroll busy Istiklal Caddesi filled with restaurants and shops. Relax or drink coffee outside the Galata Tower…. Continue Reading →

Old Istanbul – Stepping Back in Time

Istanbul, Constantinople, Byzantium…Different names for the same mythic city, taking on new faces across the centuries, but always keeping beauty and mysteries, calling the visitors to discover its charms. Old Istanbul: A Walk Through Ancient Time We spent a couple… Continue Reading →

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