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Burj Al-Arab Hotel:One of the Most Luxurious Abodes in the World by Habeeb Salloum If Sindbad, of Arabian Nights fame, should today sail
the shores of the United Arab Emirates, he would be truly surprised
to see a giant mammoth sail rising above the horizon and climbing endlessly
into the blue sky. A mirage of a giant on an enormous wind surfer',
which Sindbad would see, is an apt description of Burj al-Arab Hotel
(the Arab Towers Hotel), the United Arab Emirates' magnet for jet-setters
and all types of other affluent travellers.
Cairo: Romance through the Ages by Eleanor S. Morris Talk about
a romantic destination: Egypt is the world's oldest tourist destination.
The ancient Greeks and Romans came to gaze at the pyramids and the Sphinx,
still standing for lovers to [more]
Pyramids of Giza Our first visit to the famous pyramids.
Tale of Two Cities: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv
Sanctuary Zara Spa, Mövenpick
Dead Sea, Jordan
Land Knows No Borders
Rock of Ages
cuisine: a taste of hospitality
Weddings in the Wilds of Kenya
the Souks of Morocco
the Souks of Morocco--with shopping tips
Getaways in Agadir, Morocco
any given time, only 40 guests share ultimate privateisland experience
in the Seychelles
Honeymoons Might Mean "Romance in the Bushveld" Helping
your new spouse avoid stepping in a massive pile of elephant dung might
not be your traditional idea of romance, but, then again, honeymooning
in South Africa isn't just about romance. It's about adventure, exploration,
and discovery --and that's just the beginning.
The Experience @ Thornybush Game Lodge by African Press Photo Agency At first glance Thornybush Game Lodge is everything that would be expected from a 5 star resort. They have dedicated staff that are loyal to the principles of Thornybush, being service excellence, attention to detail and commitment to their guests needs. But Thornybush Game Lodge has that something extra that one looks for when venturing out into the African heat in search of elusive wildlife.