India is a place that everyone should visit once in their lives. It is a country filled with remarkable diversity and rich with history, cuisine and artistic heritage that’s most vivid in color. India is home to one of the most ancient civilizations where religion, spirituality and medicine have always played vital and intertwined roles.
Here are just a few reasons why.
Today is our first sightseeing day in Dubai. We sleep in late after our flight from the United States. Following a lazy brunch, our driver dropped us off at the desert camp outside of Dubai city.
Sri Lanka checks all the boxes for an amazing tropical island adventure, from ancient temples, lush tropical forests and picturesque national wildlife parks to endless golden beaches. But, what about gluten-free meals?
A gluten-free diet means avoiding foods that have gluten in them. Gluten is a kind of protein that is found in wheat, barley, and rye. The good news is that most of Sri Lankan cuisine is gluten free and delicious.
At the time of this blog, we have been sheltering-in-place for 6 months. I am getting a bit restless and dreaming of going on an adventure. It is encouraging to see some countries opening recently, welcoming international tourists once again.
During this time of flux I look forward to being inspired by historical monuments and soothed by nature on my next trip. If you are comfortable traveling in 2021 and want to take advantage of the lower prices and lesser crowds at many iconic tourist destinations, here is what you need to know:
On my way to Delhi early this year, I decided to extend my transit in Dubai and make a long weekend of it. After all Dubai is a fascinating city where everything is glossy and tall. Not to mention the amazing nearby islands popping up from the Persian Gulf. My family arrived at Dubai International Airport early in the evening and we enjoyed a restful night at the hotel.
Who does not want to watch the world from atop the tallest building of the world?
Research proves that social connections are a path to happiness.
On our trip to the famed Angkor Archeological Park in Siem Reap, Cambodia, we left with more than just fabulous photographs of the ancient temples. The warm and hardworking locals gave us a good and lasting impression of the Cambodian peoples.