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Jericho in Palestine: The Oldest City in the World and The Lowest City in the World

You wouldn’t quite believe that a small town like Jericho in Palestine holds two of the world records for cities. While the population of Jericho houses a mere 25,000 people, its worldwide appeal stretches to thousands and millions more as the tranquil settlement of Jericho is literally, “as old as the hills”. It’s the oldest city Read more about Jericho in Palestine: The Oldest City in the World and The Lowest City in the World[…]

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World Travellers: The Amazing Marawa, Globetrotting Hula Hoop Expert

I’m delighted to introduce a world traveller with a special talent today! You have to meet and embrace people like the Amazing Marawa. This lady who hails from Melbourne has travelled the world being a hula hoop expert. I met her in Pyongyang, North Korea of all places, while on tour with YPT the best Read more about World Travellers: The Amazing Marawa, Globetrotting Hula Hoop Expert[…]

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How to Get an Azerbaijan Visa in Batumi, Georgia

I write this blog post on the Georgia to Azerbaijan train (Tbilisi to Baku), it’s been a busy and somewhat stressful few days in the travel lifestyle and I’ve been at a low ebb a few times, but we managed to get our Azerbaijan Visa in a short space of time and are now heading Read more about How to Get an Azerbaijan Visa in Batumi, Georgia[…]

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Backpacking in Israel: Epic Sunrise Up To The Lost City Of Masada

When your eyes feast themselves on the sheer views from the top of Masada at sunrise, you’ll raise a wry smile to match your wandering heart’s backpacking desire. The vantage points from the top of Masada in Israel are wildly inspiring. You might glance down in awe dumb struck by the wonder you’ve been cherished enough Read more about Backpacking in Israel: Epic Sunrise Up To The Lost City Of Masada[…]

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5 Things to do in Aqaba, Jordan Apart from Diving and Snorkelling

Most people head to Aqaba in Jordan to go diving and snorkelling in the Red Sea. And while that is cool, I came here to chill out, do a bit of online work and see the city itself. Here are 5 things you can do in Aqaba if you don’t want to go diving or Read more about 5 Things to do in Aqaba, Jordan Apart from Diving and Snorkelling[…]

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World Travellers: Mo Draj From Mosaffer Travel Blog

Today on World Travellers we meet Mo Draj who runs the excellent Mosaffer Travel Blog. Mo shares his stories of where he has been and where he’s heading next. In line with the ongoing range of nationalities featured on here, in the last month I’ve had English, Irish, Lithuanian, Norwegian and now a Palestinian traveller. Read more about World Travellers: Mo Draj From Mosaffer Travel Blog[…]

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Book Review: How to Live A Life of Travel By Derek Earl Baron

Every single week, I get countless e-mails asking me “how can you always travel?” and “how do you afford to travel so much?”. To be honest it used to annoy me a lot, as the people asking me were clearly not in the right mindset for travel. I remember getting a Facebook message from someone Read more about Book Review: How to Live A Life of Travel By Derek Earl Baron[…]

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Friday’s Featured Food: Breakfast in Yangon, Bagan and Mandalay, Myanmar

Here’s a direct honesty for you today on Friday’s Featured Food – food in Myanmar is bland, going on abysmal. I’m not a big fan and I feel it a duty to tell you just how untasty and innutritious the breakfasts in this country really are. This is in some contrast to my travel blogging Read more about Friday’s Featured Food: Breakfast in Yangon, Bagan and Mandalay, Myanmar[…]