Whales in the Sahara Desert

Whales in the Sahara Desert

Cairo is like a beautiful, and very capricious, woman. You can't tame her, every day is a frantic mess of sufferings and surprises, but you just can't help but love her. Still, aft ...

Al Jazirat Al Hamra – A Ghost City in the Arabian Peninsula

Al Jazirat Al Hamra – A Ghost City in the Arabian Peninsula

During my travel in the UAE I couldn't miss the chance to visit Al Jazirat Al Hamra. A town which is more like a desolated village, south of Ras Al Khaimah and north of Dubai. The ...

Norway by Sea – The Best Views Over a Stunning Landscape

Norway by Sea – The Best Views Over a Stunning Landscape

Norway has an immense coastline, stretching over 1300 nautical miles and offering some absolutely mesmerising destinations. The best way to see as much of this stunning landscape a ...

Whitsunday Islands – A Corner of Paradise Close to the Australian Coral Reef

Whitsunday Islands – A Corner of Paradise Close to the Australian Coral Reef

Islands of thin sand, white beaches surrounded by green forests at short distance from the great Australian Coral Reef. These are the Whitsunday Islands, one of the world's Seven W ...

Skiing in Utah – The Lightest Powder on Earth

Skiing in Utah – The Lightest Powder on Earth

When people hear ‘skiing,’ they think of Colorado or the Swiss Alps, yet Utah hosts some of the best slopes in the world, getting over 500 inches of snow at most resorts in the sta ...

Outer Banks – Where Land Challanges the Ocean

Outer Banks – Where Land Challanges the Ocean

The Outer Banks are a strip (about 320 kilometres) of thin islands (wide no more than a few hundreds metres) stretching towards the Atlantic Ocean. They create almost a lagoon faci ...

Low Cost Travel to French Polynesia – Just a Dream?

Low Cost Travel to French Polynesia – Just a Dream?

Since I got back from Tahiti, everyone keeps asking me: is there a low cost solution to travel to Polynesia? Considering what I found out during my experience in French Polynesia, ...

Whales in the Sahara Desert

Cairo is like a beautiful, and very capricious, woman. You can't tame her, every day is a frantic mess of sufferings and surprises, but you just can't help but love her. Still, after a while in Egypt's capital city every traveller needs a break, and a trip to the nearby Sahara desert is the ideal break from Cairo's chaotic life. After an hour drive on Fayyum Road we arrived at the banks of Qaroun lake. We w ...

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Al Jazirat Al Hamra – A Ghost City in the Arabian Peninsula

During my travel in the UAE I couldn't miss the chance to visit Al Jazirat Al Hamra. A town which is more like a desolated village, south of Ras Al Khaimah and north of Dubai. The town was built on the site of a settlement dating back to 14th century, founded on a small peninsula by a local tribe, Za'ab or Hadhr, mostly pearl catchers, who abandoned it when they moved to Abu Dhabi no more than twenty years ...

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Norway by Sea – The Best Views Over a Stunning Landscape

Norway has an immense coastline, stretching over 1300 nautical miles and offering some absolutely mesmerising destinations. The best way to see as much of this stunning landscape as possible will be from the ocean itself, and luckily there are some great cruise companies like Celebrity Cruises which offer the opportunity to visit Norway's coastline. Bergen The coastal town of Bergen is truly picturesque, wi ...

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Whitsunday Islands – A Corner of Paradise Close to the Australian Coral Reef

Islands of thin sand, white beaches surrounded by green forests at short distance from the great Australian Coral Reef. These are the Whitsunday Islands, one of the world's Seven Wonders and UNESCO heritage of humanity. Some of these 74 islands are nothing more than small sand strips with one single palm tree in the middle, others host five-star resorts or are the ideal destination for family travels. The m ...

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Skiing in Utah – The Lightest Powder on Earth

When people hear ‘skiing,’ they think of Colorado or the Swiss Alps, yet Utah hosts some of the best slopes in the world, getting over 500 inches of snow at most resorts in the state (more than neighbor Colorado). If you’re searching for a new ski state, or want to venture off onto other slopes in Utah, head down the following page. Accessibility It’s easy to get to Utah and its many slopes.  Alta, Solitude ...

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Outer Banks – Where Land Challanges the Ocean

The Outer Banks are a strip (about 320 kilometres) of thin islands (wide no more than a few hundreds metres) stretching towards the Atlantic Ocean. They create almost a lagoon facing the southern corner of Virginia and continuing towads North Carolina. You can reach them coming from the North, on the North Carolina Highway 12, leaving behind the featureless concrete castings in Virginia Beach, an american d ...

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Low Cost Travel to French Polynesia – Just a Dream?

Since I got back from Tahiti, everyone keeps asking me: is there a low cost solution to travel to Polynesia? Considering what I found out during my experience in French Polynesia, I will try to answer to this question here. And I will start from the bottom line: there is no such a magic formula which allows you to spend a dream holiday in Polynesia for a handful of bucks. But there is a different to experie ...

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Mantua and Its Legends – Italian Renaissance and Bucolic Beauty

Charmed by the monuments, by the rushes along the river Mincio, by the lotus flowers, by the unreal atmosphere enveloping every street and square, by the history and by the farmers' spontaneity, English author Aldous Huxley called Mantua 'the most romantic town in the world'. Along with more communication specialist gathered by Can’t Forget Italy, we had the privilege to enjoy a multisensorial tour through ...

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