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ITALY : 14 DAYS IN 36 POSTCARD WORTHY PHOTOS

I usually fall in love with the places I visit and Italy is not an exception. It has been one of my wildest dreams to set foot in this country – to enjoy and savour the food, the wine, the coffee, to admire and appreciate the picturesque corners and stunning architecture, to visit the Vatican,…

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MILAN : QUARANTA PIZZA E CUCINA

Dining at Quaranta Pizza e Cucina in Milan on my last night in Italy was simply perfect to cap my 14-day-trip. From my long day that started on my departure via Trenitalia from Santa Lucia train station in Venezia, to my arrival after almost 3 hour-trip at the stunningly impressive, Milano Centrale at half hour past…

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AROUND THE WORLD : HAPPY 1ST BIRTHDAY, @GELOTHEBEAR

If you’re following my social network accounts, you must be aware about my travel buddy since July 5th, 2015. And yes, from that date when my brothers, JC & Marky who are based in Abu Dhabi suggested for me to buy a teddy bear from Build-A-Bear Workshop in Al Wahda Mall, for me to have…

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BUDAPEST : A TALE OF CHEAP APARTMENT, ICONIC BRIDGE AND HUNGARIAN STRUCTURES IN 80 PHOTOS.

While my mind was still overwhelmed with recent memories, and my SD card on my camera was filled with thousands of captures from Paris, Prague, Vienna and Bratislava, I collected my backpack and luggage that I left for few hours at the counter of the bus station in the capital city of Slovakia. I looked at…

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BRATISLAVA : WHAT TO DO WITH LIMITED TIME IN SLOVAK REPUBLIC

It only took 5-Euro-bus-ride and about 45 minutes to reach Bratislava, the capital city of Slovak Republic from the bus stop at Vienna International Airport in Austria.  Armed with my pre-purchased one-way-ticket from Eurolines that I booked from the website of Slovak Lines Express, and with my backpack on my shoulders, plus a 32-inch-25-kilo-luggage in…

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IFTAR AT TONY ROMA’S VITA MALL, AL WASL ROAD, DUBAI

If you’re in Dubai or somewhere in the neighbouring emirates and if you’re looking for a pocket-friendly, yet so tasteful and casual restaurant to celebrate Iftar during the holy month of Ramadan, one of the best choices that I have sampled to date upon invitation that I can highly recommend is Tony Roma’s at Vita…

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AUSTRIA : MY 27 HOURS IN VIENNA

I ate injury for breakfast in Vienna. But not a sprained right ankle could spoil and falter my wanderlust.                                                         TRAIN  RIDE  FROM  PRAGUE  TO  VIENNA. The  third…

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IFTAR AT A LA TURCA, RIXOS THE PALM DUBAI

During the Holy month of Ramadan, our Muslim brothers and sisters break their fast when the sun goes down. Iftar, or literally defined, “to break the fast” is a feast traditionally shared with families or people gathering to break their fast together; usually celebrated either at homes or in hotels and restaurants that offer a…

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CZECH REPUBLIC : 15 REASONS WHY I FOUND PRAGUE SO LOVELY

I departed CDG airport in Paris at 9:45AM, and arrived safely in Prague at 11:30AM via Smartwings last February 3, 2016. Two hours and 83-Euro-flight later, I found myself seduced by the underrated charm of the capital city of Czech Republic. Whether you call her Czech Republic, or begin to use her new short-form name, Czechia that was…

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DUBAI : ASEELAH, EMIRATI CUISINE

In a cosmopolitan and future-forward city, where presence of hundreds of nationalities from across the globe means availability of hundreds of varieties of dishes, it remains relevant to find and appreciate local Emirati cuisine in Dubai. It’s like a breath of fresh air in a concrete jungle where dining experiences can either be so typical,…

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