Category Archive: Middle East

Wadi Rum, The Valley Of The Moon

I was tired like a hell. Exploring PETRA by walking for the whole day, it was not a joke. I should combine my exploration way with using the service of the horse carts,… Continue reading

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Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque

“Architecture is about experience, not only visual but also what you can touch, what you can feel” – Ma Yansong. To mark the thirtieth of reign of Sultan Qaboos, a breath-taking work of… Continue reading

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Muscat At A Glance

I actually had no idea what really brought me to Oman. I once heard somewhere that this country is known for their friendly people. It gave me curiosity to prove with my own… Continue reading

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Dubai In The Hot Summer

I’d been passing Dubai International Airport couples of times, but I’d never challenged myself to look for its surrounding. Attempted by the modern look of the airport and the fact that it is… Continue reading

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A Day in Petra, The Rose-Red City

What I like the most from staying at Cleopetra Hotel was their excellent Jordanian home-made meals that they offered to their guests for the dinner. Every guest was just required to pay around… Continue reading

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King’s Highway, Brought Me to Petra

Petra is always being main destination for many travelers when they’re visiting Jordan, including me. So, after spending three days in Amman, I packed my suitcase to continue my trip to Petra, the… Continue reading

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Enjoying to Float in the Dead Sea

My journey to Dead Sea was nice. It was not so much spectacular in my opinion, but still it’s worthy to do. As most of places in Jordan, Dead sea couldn’t be reached… Continue reading

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Khasab, the Norway of Arabia

It was early in the morning when I arrived in Muscat International Airport. Sleeping was the only thing I wanted to do, but I couldn’t. Instead, I must continue my journey to Khasab,… Continue reading

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Amman, My First Impression

Here I am. Arrived in Amman, the capital of Jordan after spending almost ten hours flying from Entebbe, without mentioning long hours transit time in Istanbul. I decided to come to the country,… Continue reading

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