Travel Trends 2018

As we all know, trends don’t only come and go when it comes to the fashion world but they do as well for the travel industry.

Before you book any of your travels for 2018, check out the current travel tendencies and choose what is convenient for you.

Our 2017 Travel resolutions vs/ our 2017 travels

We had a  promising list of 12 bucket list trips we wanted to make in 2017: Saint Petersburg/ Russia, Peru/North of Chile/ Bolivia, the ABC Islands, Japan/ Kyoto, Norway, Croatia, Morocco/ Essaouira, Jordan/Petra, Iceland, Cuba/ Habana, Canada/Quebec, The US/The Keys. 
And like many other resolutions, unfortunately they failed.

7 things Valencia, Rotterdam and Porto have in common

Just last week, we had an article about the 9 underrated beautiful cities in Europe we have visited during 2017 which included the cities of Valencia, Porto and Rotterdam. 

Despite being located in different countries, the 3 cities have a lot in common. Let’s go through some of them.

15 things I love about the Netherlands

It has been four months since I have moved to the Netherlands and it has been such a wonderful ride. I’ve had the blog to keep me busy, Erwin to keep me warm, and technology to keep me connected to my family and friends. I have never lived outside of Lebanon for more than a month, so…

Lebanon and the beautiful: Jeita-Faraya-Faqra-Harissa

One of the advantages of being married to a foreigner is getting to do domestic tourism together: you want to show your other half the best parts of your country, seduce him/her to fall in love with it and therefore long to come back. Most importantly you want him/her to get to know your origins, your…

My favorite restaurants all over the Globe

Mastering  the art of traveling requires a lot of trial and error, practice and research: knowing where and how to book your ticket, your hotels and your tours, how to pack, how to stay flexible, and ***here comes my favorite part*** where to eat. Knowing where, what to consume and avoid is crucial for me while…

Lebanon back on the travel map: the Rise of the Phoenix!

A few months ago, Erwin and I were trying to look up how to make the perfect travel plan for Arjan (my brother in law) for his future trip to the Emirates and to Lebanon. As you might know by now, I was born and raised in Lebanon and lived there until just two months ago….

GIRO D’ITALIA IN NIJMEGEN

The weather was beautiful the past weekend, so Erwin and I decided to walk into Nijmegen city before having our romantic dinner date. However, all roads were closed  because of a “cycling event”. We could have come back home, stayed in, cooked some meal and watched a nice movie, but the weather was too nice to stay cocooned…