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Welcome to Istanbul and Cappadocia

Welcome to Turkey Traveling is one of life’s great pleasures and everyone should experience it. Especially when we talk about traveling to Turkey, where you will find many things to do. Turkey is so rich with culture from old world structures, to some of the oldest customs in the world. When you travel to Turkey … Continue reading Welcome ...
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The House of Slaves – Dakar, Senegal 🇸🇳

We can’t talk about Maison des Esclaves without mentioning the Door Of No Return.  This was literally the last image of the homeland our ancestors saw before they were loaded on to ships and stolen from their language,  heritage,  culture,  religion, birthright, and their families.  Today Maison des Esclaves has been converted to a museum … Continue reading The ...
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Bienvenido al corazon de Espana

Bienvenido al corazon de Espana Welcome to the Heart of Spain Segovia is a place of romance, a living legacy of the past in an inspiring setting. It sits atop a rocky hilltop and this historic walled town has some of the most amazing views and monuments. One of them being the Roman aqueduct, then the … Continue reading Bienvenido ...
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“Karibu” Arusha, Tanzania 🇹🇿

“Karibu” I found myself in this not so well known city in Tanzania You create some of life’s best memories when you wander off Everything you need to know about Arusha, Tanzania Where is Arusha and Why should you visit? A lot of people come to Arusha as a getaway from other parts of Tanzania. … Continue reading “Karibu” ...
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Nayara Tented Camp Full Review

Relax in Costa Rica Nayara Tented Camp full review Moises Arias “It is nice finding that place where you can just go and relax…” Costa Rica has quickly become the premier go-to travel spot for me. First, the country boasts the most beautiful landscapes and views!  In addition, I like the fact that there isn’t … Continue reading Nayara ...
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Don’t Forget Your Essentials

During the pandemic a lot of people took a well needed break from traveling. Some people stayed home and got some much needed rest, some people caught up on movies and tv shows, some people took care of things around the house, while the brave continued to travel. One thing is for sure now.    … Continue reading Don’t ...
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African Countries Reopening

Travel around the world is reopening, this of course is due to the Coronavirus and Global Pandemic response to the virus. I took a look a few countries in Africa and focused on what their reopening strategy looks like. Now of course before you embark on any type of travel please do your research, and … Continue reading African ...
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Encontre el amor en Cartagena

This is arguably one of the best places I’ve ever been. The weather is great, the people are great and the culture is RICH. Where am I’m talking about you might ask, none other than Cartagena, Colombia. Encontre el amor en Cartagena So I landed at CTG which is their airport in Cartagena and one … Continue reading Encontre ...
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The world’s largest headstone

Don’t mind me, while I stand here and text in front of the world’s largest headstone! Faites-moi plaisir un instant en développant mon commentaire précédent Or Indulge me for a moment as I elaborate on my previous comment. If there is anything you’d recognize as a symbol of Paris other than the Eiffel Tower, it … Continue reading The ...
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Dating a traveler

Dating can be a job in itself nowadays, timing when it comes to meeting for something simple as a dinner could be an arduous task. Depending on what side of town or part of the city people live can prove to be daunting as well. Not only do you have to take these things into … Continue reading Dating ...
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Prague, city of the Velvet Revolution

I arrived in Prague via the train from Vienna. It a very simple process. I walked up to the station at Wien HBF, into the ticket counter at the OBB location and purchased a ticket for $14 euro one way from Vienna to Prague, Once I arrived in Prague I stopped at the ATM to … Continue reading Prague, ...
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Not your typical living room Fort

Remember when you were a kid and you used to take the pillows from the couch and surround them around something like a chair or the coffee table, but you’d leave a little path to crawl around or escape through. You remember those days when you made yourself a FORT.  Guess what, if you make … Continue reading Not ...
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Swayambhunath a.k.a The Monkey temple

Want to see quite a few temples and be entertained by some monkeys in Kathmandu? Well look no further than the ancient religious architecture atop a hill in the Kathmandu valley west of the city. As you know in a lot of the Tibetan culture a name has a different meaning, in this case the … Continue reading Swayambhunath ...
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Schiphol airport, what you don’t know

Why is this one of my favorite airports? This just happens to be the main airport for the Netherlands, not to mention the 5th busiest airport in Europe and the main hub of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. I bet you didn’t know that Schiphol was a military airbase, constructed in the early 1900’s and served … Continue reading Schiphol ...
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Escape to the Cape

This was my first time to Cape Town, South Africa but certainly not the last. If you’ve never been you must go and see it for yourself. Soon as you land the energy of being home just comes over you as you move through the airport. Once you’re on the drive into the city you … Continue reading Escape ...
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Cartagena, not to be confused with GINA

[FinalTilesGallery id=”3″]Airport When flying into Cartagena the airport code is CTG. Once you land you have to deplane right on the tarmac then walk into the building. It doesn’t matter rain or shine, you’ll be walking. Remember to pack your patience because once you walk into the building then you have to pass immigration, and … Continue reading Cartagena, ...
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Trekking Amongst Giants

Leave it up to me to take the long way to a great experience. Throughout my childhood I would see redwood trees on TV and think, “man it would be pretty cool to see those in person.” Now that I’m grown, I could simply hop on a plane and travel about 5 hours to California … Continue reading Trekking ...
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Sydney Opera House

So, since I’ve posted pictures of the Sydney Opera House from the outside, I wanted to give you a glimpse of the architecture from the inside through a few photos I captured. I won’t bore you with the specific reasons why the windows are set at a 45° angle (reduce heat, wind resistance and glare) … Continue reading Sydney ...
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Places to pay a visit in Dubai and Abu Dhabi

UAE has developed very much in the past few years attracting tourists from all over the world. With its beautiful beaches, nice sunny weather, rich culture, shopping in huge malls, and pure luxury lifestyle, UAE especially Dubai and Abu Dhabi are considered paradise for tourists. Hundreds and thousands of visitors come to tour these cities … Continue reading Places ...
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Tokyo, Japan: A City of the Past, Present, and Future.

No book, tv show, movie, or documentary could prepare you for Tokyo. Whatever image you’ve conjured up in your vivid imagination from reading guidebooks, googling photos, or binge watching Lost In Translation, it will be a pitiful pastiche on the REAL Tokyo. Every city you visit from now on, you’ll compare to Tokyo. By population, … Continue reading Tokyo, ...
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Thailand: The Land of Smiles

Everybody talks about it, but how many people will actually go get their passports, and fly more than 8.000 miles out of their comfort zones to an unknown land? Bangkok, Thailand. They call it “The Land of Smiles”. I call it the place where they secretly flip you off, and you don’t notice it until … Continue reading Thailand: ...
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Basic vs Comfort

Basic economy seats: Is the discomfort worth the savings?  Is going basic worth the savings when you may actually end “discounting” your own comfort?    Airlines are preparing to go head-to-head in the price wars and they will be duking it out for your dollars. US air carriers will institute what some may consider a downward … Continue reading Basic ...
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Cuba, FINALLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It had been a long time coming for Cuba to be made available to American travelers; so when it did, I couldn’t resist and took a trip down to Cuba. Like most Caribbean airports, Cuba’s airport is pretty small and outdated.  As soon as you get off the plane, you walk approximately 50 yards to … Continue reading Cuba, ...
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Amsterdam is the BEST!!!!!!

Day 1   We arrived at the airport and after passing through customs its pretty much a breeze getting out to ground transportation. We were staying at the Ramada Apollo so fortunately the hotel had a shuttle service that takes you straight to their door, it’s about a 20 or 25 minute ride depending on … Continue reading Amsterdam ...
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Things to do in Berlin

Berlin is one of the most exciting cities in all of Europe. There are definitely some must sees or things you must do while in this city. Be prepared to do a lot of walking and if that doesn’t suit you Berlin has a very robust transit system that can get you around the city or … Continue reading Things ...
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3 quick tips for planning a trip

Planning for a trip can sometimes appear to be a daunting task. Remembering what to pack because of the weather, making sure you take your favorite pair of shoes, only to realize that ALL your shoes look good 😃. Not to mention a lot of people have to juggle work, kids and other responsibilities, all … Continue reading 3 ...
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Top ten things to do in Thailand

When visiting Thailand one should know this is a Southeast Asian country with a lot of flare. It’s known for tropical beaches, opulent palaces, ancient ruins and interesting temples displaying figures of Buddha. Bangkok is the capital city which gives the impression of a bustling metropolis with it’s ultramodern cityscape that rise next to some … Continue reading Top ...
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The train is your friend

Today we took a train ride out to Potsdam, what was so interesting was the transit system here in Germany.  There was a vast network of connections and transfers, which even for the seasoned traveler or train rider could appear daunting at first. Once you take the initial ride across the city you immediately get … Continue reading The ...
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Postcards in the Fall

One of best times for travel would arguably be the summer, sun is always out, beaches are usually packed full of people, plenty of things to do, and not to mention pretty much HEAT wherever you go. Summer time is definitely the optimal time or best time when it comes to travel. Travel companies even … Continue reading Postcards ...
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Your room is Ready!!!!!

While traveling across America, and across the globe, one of the daunting tasks involved in your travel plans is selecting a hotel at your host location.  Choosing the right place to stay entails a little work on your behalf to ensure the hotel has the accommodations you desire.  People sometimes say that they are not … Continue reading Your ...
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