The Beginner’s Guide to Adventure Travel in Egypt

By Rana Kamaly Adventure tourism has been on the rise in Egypt for the past few years, as more and more people opt out of...

Alanya: Where the Sun Smiles Turkish

By Hanan Solayman A heavenly beach resort on Turkey’s southern coast in Antalya, Alanya brings in millions of tourists who pour in between May and October...

Discovering Laos

By Najla El Halwagy   Laos is a mountainous and landlocked country in South-East Asia bordered by Myanmar (Burma) and China to the northwest, Vietnam to...

Sailing the Red Sea

By Tanya El Kashef Photos by Tanya El Kashef & Sherif Zohny In July 2015, I took part in a sailing voyage from Athens to...

SEVILLA

By Najla Riad To understand Sevilla’s culture and traditions, you have to know its history and the influence of the Arabs during the Moorish era,...

Fes: The Labyrinthine City

By Ahmed Kafafi Getting lost anywhere might be annoying, except in the twisted alleys of the Moroccan city of Fes - the biggest intact medieval...

I Amsterdam

By Tanya El Kashef As the capital city of the Netherlands, Amsterdam is by far one of the friendlier European cities one could choose to...

Bienvenue au Québec!

By : Pamela Bahlis If you want a little taste of France without having to dish out the Euro, Quebec can offer you that and much...

Lost in Japanese Zen

By Anjana Das A small group of islands, Japan lies half way across the globe from Egypt and often doesn’t come to mind when thinking...

New Year’s at Astoria, the unexpected surprise

By Sama Maktabi Located in the northwestern corner of Queens in New York City, Astoria is a neighborhood that is traditionally Greek, yet offers a...

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