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WHEN IN DUBAI : EXPERIENCE FLY HIGH DUBAI HELICOPTER TOUR!

Helicopter tour over Dubai has been on my bucket list since the day I moved to this ever future-forward cosmopolitan emirate. I have been admiring those incredibly stunning skyscrapers and iconic landmarks from a worm’s perspective and from a few vantage points however, never from a bird’s eye view while on aerial tour on board…

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44 THINGS I LOVE ABOUT BUENOS AIRES AND PATAGONIA, ARGENTINA

Buenos Aires and Patagonia, in Argentina are a sensory feast! It’s difficult not to fall in love with Argentina! Es uno de los lugares más hermosos en los que he estado (It’s one of the most beautiful places that I have been to)!  Its tasteful and savoury cuisine, unbelievable natural resources, awe-inspiring heritage sites, friendly locals who are…

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IRAN : COLORFUL MORNING AT NASIR OL MOLK MOSQUE

Spending almost an entire morning inside a place of worship, that’s built not even for my own religion became one of my most remarkable travel experiences to date! I reckon, it’s an extraordinary and unforgettable moment that’s worth sharing. Although, I’ve already been to a few impressively stunning mosques in the world (Masjid Putra or the…

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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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FRANCE : MY FIRST TIME IN PARIS

“There either is or is not, that’s the way things are. The colour of the day. The way it felt to be a child…. But what colour it may be in my memory, depends on the day. I’m not going to tell you the story the way it happened. I’m going to tell it the…

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MALTA : SYNOPSIS OF MY 9 DAYS IN 80 PHOTOS

“Beautiful, Doc! I have not heard of Malta, shame on me, hehehehe!”   Those were the words of one of my former colleagues that he left as comment to one of my photos posted on Instagram. He’s very honest enough to admit he doesn’t know that a paradise exists in the middle of Mediterranean Sea,…

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RUSSIA : WEEKLONG BREAK IN MOSCOW AND SAINT PETERSBURG PART 2

Similar to leafless twigs that appear dramatic, poetic and almost gothic, Saint Petersburg in northwestern Russia remains to be attractive, enticing and seductive even on winter. With passports as ID and pre-booked online tickets to night train as our weapons, our game plan to battle with the challenge to explore Russia despite the cold winter…

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RUSSIA : WEEKLONG BREAK IN MOSCOW AND SAINT PETERSBURG PART 1

I initially thought that my plan to set foot in the world’s largest country was too ambitious. From the very strict guidelines of tourist visa application (with atypical requirement of visa invitation / visa voucher), to the fact that when tourist visa is granted, it will only be limited to the specific dates of travel; with…

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BOLIVIA : A DAY IN LA PAZ AND A TASTE OF EMIRATES’ BUSINESS CLASS

Following a fun-filled day tour at the world’s largest salt flat, Salar de Uyuni, I left Uyuni with a huge smile on my face, and took a less-than-an-hour-plane-ride to La Paz, Bolivia. The sleepy town of Uyuni, Bolivia. Salt flat with all other mineral deposits seen from my window seat. Clouds and snow-capped mountains. Bolivia,…

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BOLIVIA : SALAR DE UYUNI, THE WORLD’S LARGEST SALT FLAT

Uyuni in Bolivia is the most isolated and most quiet town I’ve been to. Is it worth the travel? My breakfast in Cusco, Peru before leaving for Uyuni via La Paz, Bolivia. WHAT ?  My main game plan in visiting Uyuni in Bolivia was to experience Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat.  After booking…

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