Monthly Archives: April 2014

The 7 UNESCO Cultural World Heritage Sites of Tunisia

Tunisia is a wonderful country in North Africa. Learn more about some of Tunisia’s top attractions through these 7 cultural destinations which have all been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. Amphitheatre of El Jem (1979) This Amphitheatre was the … Continue reading

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A Visitors Guide to Hurghada, Egypt

Introduction  Hurghada is the second largest city in Egypt and won the Trip Advisor Travellers’ Choice Awards in 2012 thanks to its crystal clear waters, tons of activities and popular tourist attractions. Nestling on the coast of the Red Sea … Continue reading

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African Trails Trans Asia Overland- Istanbul to Beijing

Hi and welcome to Af Trails! Meet Rosie (the world’s most awesome overland truck), and Suse the world’s most awesome driver (the pax made me write that)! All aboard, lock and load! Week 1- Battles, Byzantium, bushcamps, baths, boat trips, … Continue reading

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A Trans Asia blog – part deux

Leaving behind our beach camp and the crystal clear waters of Oludeniz, we headed up over the mountains and to the 300m deep and 18km long Saklikent (or “hidden city” in Turkish) gorge. Being early spring the river running through … Continue reading

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Tourist Highlights When Visiting Mauritania, Africa

Located in West African, Mauritania might be more famous for the military coup of 2005 than as a tourist destination but that doesn’t mean that this beautiful country is not worthy as a top tourist destination. Featuring unspoilt dunes, wild … Continue reading

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The Robben Island Prison Museum, South Africa

  Named a world heritage site in 1999, Robben Island is an awe-inspiring location to visit. Its Prison Museum boasts an incredible history, allowing visitors to experience the heart of South African culture. History buffs or those who are looking … Continue reading

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