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Ma'asallama Magic Kingdom, thanks for the memories

SAUDI ARABIA | Sun, 18 Jun 2017 | By gemma_laing | Views [1848]

A place you can call home for now, for today, for yesterday, maybe even for tomorrow. A place that totally consumes your soul, at least for this week. A fear that intermittently exists, a curiosity that would kill the cat, a feeling of the strangest ... Read more >

Tags: middle east, on the road, saudi arabia

Beirut's beautiful heart

LEBANON | Sun, 19 Mar 2017 | By gemma_laing | Views [1311]

Sitting eating Manaeesh, on the terrace of a bullet hole littered building in Geitawi, Beirut, it’s hard to imagine the war of only two decades ago and the even more recent unease in the city. Today this terrace is blooming with flowers, facing ... Read more >

Tags: lebanon, middle east, on the road

Trying to throw your arms around the world.

INDIA | Mon, 11 Jul 2016 | By tjrossi | Views [724]

I haven’t written for a while, probably too long, but I recently felt the need to commit some thoughts to paper, or electronic file at least. With all of the upheaval and division we hear about these days it seems easy to see ... Read more >

Tags: eastern europe, friends, india, middle east, nepal, solo, solo travel

The fourth episode: The roman city of Jerash.

JORDAN | Sun, 1 May 2016 | By captainyeller | Views [382]

Another early morning, good breakfast and ready for an awesome day, visiting the reason why I picked Jordan as a location: Jerash. A big ruined roman city in a very good state. I needed to get to Tarambour, the north bus station. In Jordan you have all ... Read more >

Tags: amman, ancient city, jerash, jordan, middle east, travel, world trip

The first episode: Entering the Middle East.

JORDAN | Sun, 24 Apr 2016 | By captainyeller | Views [413]

Since many of you people requested a blog about my travel, I will try to keep one. I will keep a list of all costs as well but will only write that down after the travel finished. Where to start..? :) The first episode: After planning, preparing and ... Read more >

Tags: athens, greece, jordan, middle east, worldtrip

Photos: Jordan: A Pearl in the Middle East

JORDAN | Tue, 21 Apr 2015 | By alaoueslati | Photo Gallery

Pictures from my last trip to Jordan
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Tags: amman, dead sea, jordan, middle east

Photos: My Scholarship entry - A 'place' I have visited

UGANDA | Mon, 14 Jan 2013 | By man_unstuck | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

I press the shutter-release so a doorway stays open, calling me to step through and smell, taste, hear a moment passed. When I see my pictures, I want feelings of the people, place, and time of when I looked through the lens to fill and surround me. I ... Read more >
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Tags: #wnphoto, a taste of oman, middle east, oman, peregrine adventures, photography, scholarships, tourism oman, travel, travel photography scholarship 2012

My essay entry for the scholarship

PHILIPPINES | Sun, 13 Jan 2013 | By angelicamanalo | Views [615]

I believe that I should be chosen for this scholarship because this opportunity will make my dream come true. Ever since I was a child I dreamed of traveling the world. As I grew up pictures from all over the world are my windows to my dream. I am always ... Read more >

Tags: #wnphoto, a taste of oman, middle east, oman, peregrine adventures, photography, scholarships, tourism oman, travel

My Scholarship Entry - Biawak Island, Indonesia

INDONESIA | Sat, 12 Jan 2013 | By rukmansadikin | Views [1161]

My name is Rukman Sadikin, a 27-year-old man who loves exploring the world because of my curiosity to see the beauty of the world. I was actually a shy and coward man, maybe not in the classification to be an adventurer nor to be the real man. But I'm ... Read more >

Tags: #wnphoto, middle east, oman, peregrine adventures, photography, tourism oman, travel photography scholarships 2012

Photos: My Scholarship Entry - Biawak Island, Indonesia

INDONESIA | Sat, 12 Jan 2013 | By rukmansadikin | Photo Gallery

My name is Rukman Sadikin, a 27-year-old man who loves exploring the world because of my curiosity to see the beauty of the world. I was actually a shy and coward man, maybe not in the classification to be an adventurer nor to be the real man. But I'm ... Read more >
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Tags: #wnphoto, a taste of oman, middle east, oman, peregrine adventures, photography, scholarships, tourism oman, travel, travel photography scholarship 2012

Cianten, The Rimland of West Java

INDONESIA | Fri, 11 Jan 2013 | By kikifadila | Views [500]

Last 14th-16th of December 2012 I went to Cianten, a rimland place in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia. This place is lies between two districts in West Java; Bogor and Sukabumi. The access to go there is quite extreme because the lack attention from governement;... Read more >

Tags: #wnphoto, a taste of oman, middle east, oman, peregrine adventrues, photography, scholarships, tourism oman, travel

Photos: My Scholarship entry - A 'place' I have visited

PHILIPPINES | Fri, 11 Jan 2013 | By nicole_0809 | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

My love for photography started out with my father. He wasn’t a professional but he had a passion for capturing memories and discovering things. Once I learned how to do it, we took photos together and often argued about how the photos should look. Photography ... Read more >
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Tags: a taste of oman, middle east, oman, peregrine adventures, photography, scholarships, tourism oman, travel, travel photography scholarship 2012 #wnphoto

Photos: My Scholarship entry - A 'place' I have visited

INDONESIA | Fri, 11 Jan 2013 | By kikifadila | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

Hello, My Name is Rizki Nur Fadila. But everyone can call me Kiki. I'm a 19th y'old girl going on 20 on next April. Since I was 17th, my parents bought me a DSLR camera (Nikon D3000) for my birthday gift and I started to love photography very much. I ... Read more >
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Tags: #wnphoto, a taste of oman, middle east, oman, peregrine adventures, photography, scholarships, tourism oman, travel

Connecting with Locals through Food - Jordan

JORDAN | Thu, 26 Apr 2012 | By connectlocally | Views [5898] | Comments [2]

Food in Jordan overflows with the flavours and colours of the Middle East. Served in large dishes and designed to be shared, its success lies in using ever-so-fresh and finely chopped vegetables, lashings of sesame-style tahini and plenty upon plenty ... Read more >

Tags: connect local, cusines, eating, food, jordan, middle east, travel

Off the Beaten Path: Jordan

JORDAN | Tue, 23 Aug 2011 | By OffTheBeatenPath | Views [4798]

Given the…unstable…situation in the Middle East over the last decade, this might surprise you: tourism is booming in Jordan. A good indicator of a destination's burgeoning popularity is by the airlines that service it: and one particular ... Read more >

Tags: amman, food, jordan, locals, middle east, nature reserve, off the beaten path, petra, travel

A Girl's Guide to the Middle East

WORLDWIDE | Mon, 25 Jul 2011 | By travel-tips | Views [11962] | Comments [3]

At first, I avoided telling people I was visiting the Middle East. ‘I’m travelling overland between Istanbul and Cairo,’ I’d say vaguely. If people didn’t realise which countries came in between those two cities that wasn’t my problem, right? But ... Read more >

Tags: culture, dress, egypt, jordan, middle east, religion, syria, travel, travel tips, women

The United Arab Emirates, First Impressions

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | Mon, 6 Sep 2010 | By andrew_stelmach | Views [422]

This is an email I wrote home after my first day in the UAE:   Dear all, I have completed my first day of the Arabland Induction process. The first stage was being told on the plane that it's 38 degrees centigrade outside and it's midnight.... Read more >

Tags: emirates, middle east, the emirates, uae, united arab emirates

Syria - An Unexpected Gem

SYRIA | Sat, 10 Jul 2010 | By lbellemore | Views [1703]

I'm in the process of getting some things over to World Nomads, no in the meantime, for more photos, maps and older travel stories please visit my blog on http://www.lenbellemore.com After a very short visit back to London after finished the Camino ... Read more >

Tags: aleppo, backpacks, baklava, border guard, cheap flights from london, middle east, mini street, syria, syrian border, taxi driver

The evolution of travel plans

CANADA | Thu, 10 Jul 2008 | By pamela_mac | Views [804]

Planning for a trip is always an exciting endevour.   The intended traveller read books and guidebooks, surf the web, read blogs, make notes, comparisons etc.   But as time progresses, the trip always evolves, more than once. For years (since ... Read more >

Tags: asia, europe, evolution, middle east, planning, research, travel

 

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