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Roman theatre of Aspendos, Turkey

Posted by on 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...

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Egyptian doll sellers

Posted by on 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...

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Two feluccas cross on Egypt’s Nile river

Posted by on 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...

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Turkish Airlines CIP earns GTH Best Airline Lounge award

Posted by on 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...

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Karnak columns

Posted by on 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...

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Alabaster Mosque, Cairo

Posted by on 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...

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Great to know ya, Sequoia

Posted by on 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...

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