Sandalled feet crunched in the gravelly, dusty path leading towards the Siq. Voices murmured and orangey light flickered inside brown paper bags guiding a path towards the lost city of Petra, and the wonderful experience of Petra at Night.
After a day spent wandering amidst the rose-red rocks of the otherworldly Petra, there was only time for a quick dip, shower and giant Middle Eastern feast before it was time to return for Petra at Night, an experience that surpassed by expectations even more than Petra had done earlier that day. Continue Reading
This is a guest post from Raeesha Ikram, who writes at asabbatical.com. To connect with Raeesha, follow her on Facebook.
For anyone visiting South Africa, a trip to neighbouring landlocked Swaziland is also a must! Swaziland, a small country largely surrounded by South Africa and sharing a border with Mozambique, is one of the top-rated destinations for tourists in South Africa. Continue Reading
Travelling in Jordan during Ramadan is nothing to panic about. In fact, experiencing Ramadan in Jordan turned out to be a wonderful experience, and much easier than I was expecting. Read on for tips and advice for travelling in Jordan during Ramadan. Continue Reading
One of the coolest things about visiting Copenhagen is how simple it is to visit Sweden too! Even if you are only staying in Copenhagen for a few days, it’s still enough time to take a trip to Sweden’s Malmö and back in one day.
A London theatre weekend is a great way to enjoy one of England’s most special cultural attractions. Theatre lovers and aspiring thespians with stars in their eyes flock to England’s capital to experience all that the West End has to offer. Continue Reading
Denmark is a wonderful country to visit, but its late night television can be pretty weird! During out trip to Copenhagen, we were left wondering, “What is going on with late night TV in Denmark??”