A place where time stopped ten centuries ago. Fes.
Fés is listed on the UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites. The list is not a reward or award for... more - travel report by
Evergreen country on the equator. Uganda. Kisoro.
I wasn’t considering going to Uganda myself. This was until I met a bunch of people travelling ove... more - travel report by
Lalibela - an Ethiopian equivalent of Jerusalem
No taxi service was available at the airport, which was 25 kilometres away from Lalibela. And it was... more - travel report by
World’s capital of chilling, relaxing & good time
Lamu wakes up well before sunrise. The boat captains attend their boats to ensure they are not caugh... more - travel report by
North Africa’s dark horse for travellers. Libya.
The capital city of Libya is not very large. It is home to one million people, which is rather small... more - travel report by
Full Moon and Sand Dunes - Camping in the Desert
As we left Bahariya Oasis and entered this sea of sand, visions arose. These are days 4 and 5 of our... more - travel report by
A boat journey to the French Antarctic Islands
The Antarctic continent belongs, in theory, to the entire Humankind and can not be exploited for com... more - travel report by
Taking the Trans-Kalahari Highway
I noticed a visible different between Botswana and Namibia; and that was people and livestock. As we... more - travel report by
Tunisia's flagship tourist destination. Monastir.
I was actually trying to avoid Monastir due to its reputation of being overrun with bus-loads of gro... more - travel report by
Sal, a bit dull and expensive island of Cape Verde
From the first sight, the island of Sal didn’t appear overly fascinating. It’s almost completely... more - travel report by