Best Travel Destinations in The United Arab Emirates

January 19, 2020

The United Arab Emirates, or the UAE, is a major tourism hub in the Middle East that offers a lot of attraction for travelers looking for an enchanting mix of wonderful sights and colorful culture. Consisting of seven emirates, each with its own distinct character and attractions, any visitor to the UAE will have an abundance of exciting destinations to choose from. With almost all the world’s airlines flying to Dubai, booking a flight (حجز طيران) is very convenient.

4 Ways You Can Feed Your Passion for Travel While in Lockdown

January 14, 2020

As large portions of the world and its population are currently being placed in lockdown to slow the spread of COVID-19, it’s only natural that people are starting to go stir-crazy. It sounds simple enough - “stay home and flatten the curve” - but after a few days with the kids and your significant other, it can all be a bit much. If you happen to have a passion for all things travel-related, being stuck indoors can be even tougher. There’s a good chance you’re busy daydreaming about all the travels and adventures you’d rather be having.

Stay at home right now, sit on a tree real soon. We will get through this 

Best Things to See in the Scottish Highland

January 09, 2020


The Scottish Highland is a region in Scotland unparalleled in natural beauty. It covers eight counties and a cluster of islands over a 10,000-square-miles of undulating terrain, north-west of the country. This area of Scotland, steep in Gaelic heritage, boasts of wild mountains, rugged cliffs, verdant glens (valleys), beautiful lochs (lakes), and historic castles. This is the place where Scottish folklores were made, where lairdship and clan-feuding once prevailed, where folks wore tartan and Highland hospitality hitherto is in full display sometimes to a fault. This is the part of Scotland that you need to see. I’ve rounded up the best things to see in the Scottish Highland.


Fairy Glen (Isle of Sky)

Tisha Colibao

The Best Seafood to Try When Traveling Down the East and Gulf Coast

January 08, 2020

There is nothing better than visiting a new place and learning their culture and history through their food. Regional cuisines always tell a fascinating story as to how the locals traditionally grow, harvest, and catch produce. When visiting the East and Gulf Coast, it comes to no surprise that fresh seafood has become very popular. Many Coastal towns catch their own seafood daily to bring back and cook at the restaurant during the night. Here are a few of our favorites we have found when traveling down and around the East and Gulf Coast.

Jomie Naynes

6 Ways to Bring a Sense of Adventure into Home Life

January 07, 2020

During the coronavirus pandemic, many people have been spending a lot more time in their homes. This has been a walk in the park for some individuals, but for those who are adventurous, the lockdown has been a frustrating waste of valuable time that could have been used to explore new places or try new activities. Even when times are normal, however, some people struggle with new experiences due to limitations with their budget, work obligations, and family responsibilities. If you are sick of being stuck in one place, here are six ways to bring a sense of adventure into your home life.

Explore Busan City’s Vibrant People, Heritage, and Culture

January 05, 2020

You may not be familiar with Busan. It is among the most urban and modern cities in South Korea. The city’s vibe is vibrant. Individuals who like exploring culture and heritage can fancy this alternative destination to Seoul.  It is a destination to visit the mountains, beautiful scenery, beaches, shopping centers, restaurants, and festivals.

Top 10 Delicious Plant-Based Eateries in Madrid

January 03, 2020


Madrid is the capital of Spain and one of the world’s most popular cities. One of the main draws of the city is its food. From tapas and croquetas to paella and jamon, there’s no shortage of fine dishes worth trying in Madrid. Moreover, throughout the years, the Spanish capital has expanded its dining scene to feature other international cuisines and to cater to a variety of diets and preferences, including veganism.

Jomie Naynes