Category: Asia

A journey through the middle east (part 3) 0

A journey through the middle east (part 3)

Following an enjoyable evening in Aqaba, my mind was set on one thing only, swim in the Red Sea, but first, hot coffee on the rooftop to watch the sunrise over the red hills, it was one of those mornings, when I wished I had slept outside, gazing at the stars. Coffee, check, beautiful sunrise, check, breakfast, not check. I was hungry and very much willing to get my lazy ass moving, but what was the point of eating breakfast alone when I had 5 people who I could share it with, I didn’t know if they were morning persons...


Israel, Jordan and Palestine, the arabian trio (Part 2)

As all good things must come to an end, so did our sleep, disturbed by the alarm from hell. I wasn’t really tired, so I decided to have my morning coffee on the terrace to watch the sunrise over Tel-Aviv. The initial plan was to visit Israel and spend a few more days before heading to Jordan, there was just one minor detail we didn’t take into account, the Shabbat which, in layman terms, means stores and transportation would be closed from Friday evening until Saturday at noon, cutting off more than two days from the trip. Well, if it’s Shabbat,...


Israel, Jordan and Palestine, the arabian trio (Part 1)

Some time two years ago, I had the trip of my life, by going to the North of Africa and experiencing what I like to call, the Arabian dream in Morocco. Time passed, new and better experiences made their way into my memory, but the feeling of endless freedom couldn’t be appeased, no matter how much I travelled in Europe. It was time to scratch my travel itch with a new journey. 2015 was a year full of travels, but all of them have been inside Europe. Don’t get me wrong, I am thankful for all the opportunities presented, but...