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Roman theatre of Aspendos, Turkey

Gepostet von am Feb, 2013 in Africa & MidEast, Picture Perfect, Sights

Dramas and Comedies were played to over seven thousand spectators from the stage of the Roman theatre at Aspendos, outside the resort...


Egyptian doll sellers

Gepostet von am Jan, 2013 in Activities, Africa & MidEast, Picture Perfect

Nubian villagers in Egypt supplement their meager income by selling wooden dolls and other trinkets to tourists outside of Aswan. Business...


Two feluccas cross on Egypt’s Nile river

Gepostet von am Nov, 2012 in Adventure, Africa & MidEast, Picture Perfect

Serving as the primary form of transport for travelers on the Nile for centuries,the traditional wooden sailing vessels, or Feluccas, are...


Turkish Airlines CIP earns GTH Best Airline Lounge award

Gepostet von am Sep, 2012 in Africa & MidEast, Tips

When I worked in corporate America, before owning a travel agency, I traveled extensively and spent countless hours in airports and on...


Karnak columns

Gepostet von am Sep, 2012 in Africa & MidEast, Picture Perfect, Sights

Over the centuries, it’s been said that more than 100 men can stand on the capital of a column at Karnak. Whether or not this is...


Alabaster Mosque, Cairo

Gepostet von am Aug, 2012 in Africa & MidEast, Picture Perfect, Sights

A lone women walks past the Alabaster Mosque, perched atop Cairo’s citadel hill, and into the shadow of political chaos during...


Great to know ya, Sequoia

Gepostet von am Jul, 2012 in Africa & MidEast, Food, Drink, Bars & Nightlife

As I sat across from my husband, ready to tear into my Chicken Tawouk, I had a big ping on my gaydar. Across from us a group of young men...