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A Letter to the Spouse Who Can’t Always Go
You've always loved your partner’s sense of independence. But every time she chooses to travel without you, you begin to wonder if that’s something you should be worried about. Here's why that is not true.
A Letter to the First-Time Solo Traveler
As you wait to board in the departure gate, a hundred thoughts rush through your mind at once. But don't worry - your solo travel adventure is going to be the most interesting chapter in the story of your life.
A Traveler’s Note to the Daydreamer
I know how you feel, the one with the pile of travel magazines under your bed and the countless travel blogs bookmarked on your computer. You spend all of your free time pouring over the stories of vagabonds, trying to live vicariously through their writings. In the office, you look over your sh...
A Letter To The Touristophobic Traveler: Tourist is Not a Dirty World
You couldn’t be more different than the average tourist, looking helplessly lost, phone in hand, while obsessively documenting every minute of your trip with your new selfie stick. That's what makes you a real traveler.
A Shopoholic's Guide to the Madness that is Markets in Dubai
A city that has eagerly embraced the moniker “Shoppers’ Paradise,” Dubai unabashedly loves to shop. Its fashion-conscious residents are always seen looking their best, even if it’s just while running errands around town. Home of the Dubai Mall, the world’s largest shopping extravaganza, Dubai can...
5 Uniquely Memorable Camel Experiences to Have in Dubai
The Emirati love for the “ship of the desert” began way back in the olden days when camels were used by Bedouins for transportation, meat, and milk, and regarded as a sign of wealth. They were also used as dowry gifts in weddings and to make charitable zakat payments. The harmonious relationship ...
From Sandboarding to Dune Buggies: 11 Dubai Activities for the Adventure Lover
Blessed with year round sunshine and miles of beautiful coast, Dubai is much more than urban sprawl and a shoppers’ paradise. Adventure lovers and thrill seekers alike will appreciate the cooler months from October to March when it’s possible to enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities on the san...
Incredible India: Surprises at Every Turn
In a country where a heady mix of chaos, colors, flavors, traditions, and paradoxes seduces visitors all at once, you know your journey is going to be anything but ordinary. “Expect the unexpected,” is a helpful mantra when traveling in India, a country that’s often described as hard to understan...
UAE and Me: A Family Getaway to the Middle East
While most adults find themselves fascinated by the aesthetic skylines, raging nightlife, plush hotels, and expansive retail therapy of the UAE, there’s no reason kids cannot have just as much, if not more fun on a Middle East holiday. With exciting theme parks, outdoor and indoor adventure cente...
The 6 Best Day Trips in the UAE
Most visitors think they’ve seen it all after exploring towering skyscrapers, palatial hotels, extravagant cars, and colossal malls in the UAE. You may have enjoyed impressive views of Dubai from the Burj Khalifa, clapped excitedly as a belly dancer drew impossible circles with her hips, ate your...
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