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Dubai: Five Ways to Pass the Time without Spending a Penny
Apr 20, 2015
Although Dubai was started with money from the oil trade, it has long since shifted its focus to attracting tourism and...
Dubai: The Luxury Guide
Feb 3, 2015
There are a lot of descriptions used to describe this city in the United Arab Emirate, but much like the...
Lebanon: Four Amazing UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Dec 8, 2014
Lebanon is one of the oldest countries in the world and home to ancient civilizations that date back to 3,500 BC. Although occasionally touched by violent conflict, the country's number of pre-biblical sites remain majorly preserved as UNESCO World History Sites. Visitors don't need to be some archeologist to enjoy...
Jerusalem By Phone – Apps You Need To See The Town
Nov 4, 2014
There's pretty much an app for everything these days, especially when it comes to travelling. Even the holy city of Jerusalem...
A Coffee with a View: The World’s Most Picturesque Coffee Shops
Sep 8, 2014
For many, the search for a quality cup of coffee is endless. Just when they think they have found the best, another brew piques their interest. However, after awhile a palatable cup of coffee just isn't enough, suddenly the atmosphere and decor of the coffee shop needs to enhance the...
Tel Aviv: The White City
Jul 30, 2014
Tel Aviv was designated a UNESCO heritage site in 2003 for the over 4,000 buildings built in the Bauhaus style, earning it the "White City" title.
Spas – The Stranger The Better
Jun 9, 2014
Forget a nice pedicure or a simple shoulder massage... Here are five of the most wonderfully weird spa treatments on the face of the planet. 1. The Spa That Slithers: Ada Barak’s Carnivorous Plant Farm, Talmei Elazar, Israel “Snakes. Why’d it have to be snakes?” If you fear our reptilian friends as...
The Big Bang Theory - Dubai Attempts To Break World Record
Dec 30, 2013
On December 31, the skyline of Dubai will be lit up with a host of impressive fireworks displays, as the city becomes one of the world's premier locations in which to mark the end of 2013...
Joy To The Whole World - 22 Tinsel-tastic Christmas Escapes
Dec 20, 2013
While Christmas is a time to spend with family, the allure of the many unique ways that different cultures celebrate the holiday is often too much to resist. Whether you crave dashing through the snow in a horse-drawn sleigh or making your friends jealous by getting a tan on the...
October 2013 - World Report Round-Up
Dec 3, 2013
Universal Orlando Resort is offering Canadians an exclusive 40-per cent hotel discount on a 4-night or longer stay at one of Universal Orlando’s three AAA Four Diamond on-site hotels...
All Aboard - Israel's Unexpected Entertainment Hot Spots
Aug 20, 2013
Israel’s entertainment, shopping and dining venues have taken a decidedly ‘steamy’ turn... The country’s original train stations in Jerusalem and Tel...
Dubai - Heritage And The High Rise
Jul 24, 2013
Simultaneously a skyscraper-soaring urban Mecca for the jet-set and a cultural hothouse deeply rooted in the Islamic traditions of Arabia, Dubai is a city that embraces the dichotomy of the extravagant modern opulence and old world charm.
Keeping The Kids Happy - Family-Friendly Travel in Israel
Jul 18, 2013
From playing on the Mediterranean sand and floating on the Dead Sea, to educational museum visits and stargazing in Negev, Israel offers a plethora of activities to keep all kinds of kids happy on vacation.
No Bagels In Sight - Real Israeli Food Might Not Be What You Think
Mar 21, 2013
    Traditional Israeli meals are some of the most diversely flavorful and hearty foods you can ever hope to enjoy. Israeli...
Rapid Relaxation - Ten Exciting River Vacations
Mar 8, 2013
What is it that drives people to conquer the world’s most dangerous environments? Mountain climbers and cave divers put themselves in harm’s way to see heights and depths most of us will never approach, but not ever every nature adventure has to be so dangerous. White water rafting is a...
World Report - January 2013
Feb 28, 2013
  New Fairmont In Dubai The newest addition to the Fairmont portfolio is on the world’s largest man-made island, Palm Jumeirah, and near to many other man-made record holders like Burj Khalifa, the largest free-standing building in the world. Fairmont The Palm is a spacious development with 381 guestrooms and suites, including two...
The Edifice Complex - 10 Structures For Architecture Fanatics
Feb 15, 2013
Much of the tourism industry focuses on displaying natural wonder, and any housing you encounter is purely in service to the panorama it supports. Sometimes, however, the structures themselves become the attraction, huge or detailed or in some way unique constructions of human imagination and skill. Below are ten must-see...
10 Cities For Nightlife Fanatics
Jan 4, 2013
Travel is supposed to be relaxing, right? The golden rays of sunlight on a stretched (and impeccably toned) beach body, that’s what we all long for. But what happens after five hours of relaxation, after dinner and dessert? Here are 10 cities that have a tiring and inspiring answer to...
Dive In - Exploring The Wonders Of The Gulf Of Aqaba
Oct 9, 2012
When the waters of the Red Sea close over your head in the Gulf of Aqaba you’re in another world and it’s easy to forget you’re really visiting a desert country.
10 Great International Movie Locations
Sep 14, 2012
 Indiana Jones - Petra, Jordan The great ruins of Petra, located in Jordan, are one of the more famous locations in...
The Best International Movie Locations
Sep 14, 2012
Indiana Jones - Petra, Jordan The great ruins of Petra, located in Jordan, are one of the more famous locations in...
Sun, Sand & Sitges - Spain's Sizzling Coastal Town Is The Place For Hot Beach Action
Aug 29, 2012
For many travellers, the epitome of a vacation is hours upon hours soaking up the sun and sights at the beach. Over the past several years, Sitges has secured a spot on the list of many in-the-know LGBT travellers. It’s proximity to Barcelona makes it a great city/beach destination, as...
A Tale Of 2 Emirates - See the Remarkable In Dubai & Abu Dhabi
Aug 22, 2012
A federation of seven emirates (which are similar to principalities) make up the UAE, although two – Dubai and Abu Dhabi – are by far the best-known among tourists.
5 Monumental Attractions
Jun 4, 2012
Some of man's most significant architectural and engineering feats stand witness to our enduring ingenuity. And our love of grandeur.
6 Places To Explore - Culturally Speaking
May 25, 2012
We are not all alike. Never have been and never will be. Let’s celebrate our differences. Mardi Gras Leave the inhibitions and...
6 Places Savvy Travellers Have On The Radar
May 4, 2012
Once a destination gets too popular certain travellers move on to the next best thing. Here’s where they’re going.
4 Unusual Places to Sleep
Mar 30, 2012
Do you like the top (a forest canopy) or the bottom (under ground)? Discover new places for sleeping around. Underwater Hotels...
A Divine Destination - Making The Most Of Christian Travel To Israel
May 24, 2011
Christian travel to Israel, the fastest growing tourist market over the past five years, is rapidly on the rise. The remains of ancient cities and places of worship bring biblical stories to life. Visit the birthplace of Jesus and the documented locations of his miracles, and tour the grounds of...
Lured By The Past - Hollywood Has Always Had A Fascination With Jordan
Apr 20, 2011
Hot on the trail of the Holy Grail in Steven Spielberg's 1989 film, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Harrison Ford rode on horseback through a crack in the cliffs and into the spectacular lost city of Petra, hidden in Southern Jordan’s sandstone mountains.
Middle East Report December 2010
Dec 13, 2010
Ramada In Sharm El Sheikh. CHI Hotels & Resorts will operate its second hotel in the highly popular Red Sea resort of Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt – The Ramada Plaza Naama Bay.