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One of my favorite things about my first Swiss Summer is discovering nearby sunflower fields and spotting them while driving across the country. In my mind, the sight of rolling fields of that yellow bliss, or even a small batch of them in various corners, has become synonymous of joyous…

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On our way to Petra, we spent a day in transit in the Jordanian capital, Amman, a couple of years ago. While visiting some of its top attractions, there was a moment when I thought to myself – this city’s soulful story certainly doesn’t get told enough. Despite its recent…

Lake Lucerne = Vierwaldstattersee or the lake of the four forests as known to the locals, is very easy to fall in love with. It extends its four arms across multiple central Switzerland cantons, reaching locations of high historical significance and beauty. Filled with anticipation based on all that I’ve…

Barcelona, a true traveler’s muse, and the gateway to the rest of the exciting Spanish region of Catalonia. For several reasons, it has lured me back few times in the past few years, mainly edible reasons! When most of it has been seen and done, it was time to stop…

NEW LIFE, SPRING BLOSSOMS, SUNNIER DAYS, BEACHES WITHOUT THE SUMMER CROWDS.Everything about spring travel seems to inspire a renewed spirit of wanderlust, especially if you’ve been through a long cold winter. Spring has always been my favorite travel season, perhaps because we never get much of in the UAE. I also…

Al Ain was awarded a UNESCO World Heritage status in 2011. That was truly a nice little piece of news to come across while googling possible Eid getaways from Dubai last week. Of course, it prompted a quick rediscovery visit, to explore the Garden City’s recent stance of fame under a…

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