A nicely written article by guest contributor, Neha Singh, about the top sights to see in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Sharjah. I also include comments about why am a big fan of visiting Dubai and why it is my favorite resort city.
Two of the best moments of my life occurred while traveling. The first was the overwhelming kindness of Japanese people that I met spending summer 1979 as a fourteen-year-old exchange student in Yaizu, Japan. The second was an unexpected exclusive visit and dinner at the Czarist summer palace in Gatchina, Russia, in 1995.
Check out my collection of the Best Australia and New Zealand Travel Quotes and discover why this far-off corner of the world impressed me more than expected. Both countries feel geographically like the Western United States populated and governed by boisterous Canadians. (To me, the perfect combination)
While the noise, dirt, and persistent vendors can be annoying at times, I feel blessed to have had the opportunity to see some of the Middle East. The history, art, food, and people are fascinating and alluring. I collected these best Middle Eastern travel quotes to demonstrate why I loved exploring the Middle East.
Here is my collection of the best Japan and China travel quotes. I don’t know China as well as I’d like; but, I have a special place in my heart from all things Japanese after spending the best summer of my life there as an exchange student in 1979. Hopefully, these quotes will share some of my affection for this part of the world.
I have spent a bit over six months traveling around Southeast Asia. I love the region’s fabulous food, rich culture, low-cost, and tropical landscapes. I selected these Best Southeast Asia Travel Quotes to show you what this region is all about.
I have spent around three months traveling in India India is so diverse and different from the US that I feel like I’ve barely scratched the surface. Read these quotes for more perspective about why India is so fascinating.
Everyone who can travel worldwide should visit countries in the developing, third world, and the developed world (Western Europe, USA/Canada, Australia/New Zealand, etc.). This post outlines the advantages and disadvantages of third-world and first world travel.