We have heard many strange things about the far land of Greece. The scorpions the size of the giants, Gods that walk among men, the strange beasts half man half cow imprisoned in the labyrinths, immortal hydras and forever strong soldiers of Sparta.
Jordan is a magical country. With many beautiful sights to see and explore. However, most of us do not have a month t0 spend in one country and fully immerse yourself in the wonders of the sights and the local culture. Keeping that in mind we have b
“This way. Use the stairs on your left” we hear the two Bedouins who identify as brothers say to the passing tourists. Not the brothers as we know but as they say, life brothers. They both live in a cozy cave on the top of the mountain that reminds m
Our voyage took us all the way from the South of Jordan to almost the far North of Jordan. Only the last stretch is left. The last kilometers and the fairy tale is over. We are left with the last 3 locations to find and explore. The fabled sea. Where
Petra is an ancient city that had many entrances in and out. However not every access point was available for the public. Today we took a roundabout to enter Petra through the backdoor. Which I would like to imagine that smugglers, spies and other ty
The desert is getting cold
It is the final day in Wadi Rum. A place where I got smitten, I got enchanted, I got spellbound by the place of beauty and greatness. However, all the good things to be fully enjoyed has to come and pass. Especially, if yo
The night in the Aladdin desert (Wadi Rum) was peaceful. We woke up at around 7 Am to have Bedouin breakfast. Which included eggs, pita bread and hummus served with super sweet tea. For which I have already developed a taste for. At least one of us.
After our humble rest in Aqaba, our group of explorers decided it was time to leave this ancient town. All the sights have been seen and all the needed cargo to continue our trip has been acquired. It was time to find the fabled Wadi Rum. Known as Roman Valley or Valley of the Moon. So many stories
Photo by Mantas Alisauskas
The night after landing in Jordan took us all the way to Aqaba a city with a history dating back to pre-biblical times, when the town used to be called Ayla. The archaeological excavations revealed a settlement predating 40
Jordan – a country, not the basketball player. A sandy piece of land but magnificent none the less. With a few patches of green in the north. With people that are so friendly beyond belief. The food. The food is magical. Hummus, Falafels, Babaganous
A tiny Mediterranean island country. Were the knights of the order of st Jon of Jerusalem originated, got ousted and now have a sovereignty status in Rome. They have 3 citizens, grand master, deputy grand master and chancellor of the order. They also
There is nothing better than hot steamy sun, beautiful road, gorgeous beaches and a partner. Puglia – Italy is the location of this post. Toyota Yaris is the car. And 5 beaches are the destination. Up and down the Puglia region to reach the chosen be