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Jordan Two Weeks Itinerary – How to spend the Perfect 14 Days in Jordan

Two weeks is the perfect amount of time to see and feel everything that Jordan has to offer. It may seem to you a long time to travel for such a tiny country, but you will be surprised to discover that there are so many things and exciting experiences. From the vibrant Amman to the amazing Wadi Rum Desert and the refreshing Red Sea. From the old Roman Ruins to the lowest point on earth, and these are just a few things to do. We have put together this itinerary for you to visit as much as possible of the amazing things that Jordan has to offer in a short amount of time. We only hope that this itinerary will take your stress away and it will be on your taste. Here is a quick summary of this itinerary for Jordan in two weeks: Amman: 3 days King’s Highway: 1 day Dana…

Exploring Angkor Wat – Everything you need to know

Angkor was once one of largest cities in the world, the capital of the Khmer Empire and the Royal center during one of the most prosperous and largest dynasties in Southern Asia. 1,000 years ago, the Khmer empire, strategically located between China and India, has used complex agriculture techniques to develop a civilization that has dominated Asia for hundreds of years. Angkor means the Holy City and it was the symbol of the universe and the symbol city of the empire. It took 27 kings to construct it and spread across 400 sq km of land. It was a megacity with a complex system of infrastructure, including roads, canals, reservoirs and irrigation systems supporting around 1,000,000 people. The wood and straw homes in which people once lived have long disappeared, and only the imposing stone temples still remain today. It is called “Angkor” Archeological Park, and it is one of the most…

Thailand Two Weeks Itinerary – How to spend the Perfect 14 Days in Thailand

The two weeks in Thailand will be the most memorable and incredible journey! You will have pristine and perfect beaches, delicious cuisine, wild adventure, authentic communities, impressive sky bars, and so many more things. You only have to be ready for the adventure. We have put together this itinerary for you to visit as much as possible the amazing things that Thailand has to offer in a maximized time. We only hope that this itinerary will take your stress away and it will be on your taste. Here is a quick summary of this itinerary for Thailand in two weeks: Bangkok: 3 days Phi Phi Islands: 1 day Krabi/Ao Nang: 4 days Chiang Mai: 4 days Bangkok: 1 day Day 1 Flying to Bangkok Most probably, your adventure will start in Bangkok. Being the capital city most of airlines company have good connections at good prices. In general, we use…

How we visited Northern India

First of all we want to clarify that this is not a paid post. This is our experience and the way we felt it. Before decided to go to India, we already knew a lot of things about it since Costin has spent a few month there about 10 years ago. We knew that logistics in India are somehow difficult to handle by your own, especially since  we were only two people going and we did not have that much time to lose. That’s why we choose to go to India by a travel agency. We spoke with our friend Iuliana from Nefertiti Travel and she arranged this amazing trip to Northern India – The mysteries of Rajasthan from her partners Karpaten and Sita India. Although, generally we organize these kind of trips by yourself we are very happy with our choice. It helped us a lot to have everything…

Following the footsteps of Notorious Drug Lord Pablo Escobar

Just before our departure to Colombia, we have read a top of the most dangerous countries on the globe and Colombia was number 1. “Ups! No way, the situation can be that bad” I said to myself. It is true that Colombia has been the playground of drun Lords for more than 50 years, but today it is a better country that attracts more and more tourists.  We spent a week in Colombia and we can say we never felt unsafe, in fact, some day we want to return to this place. Well, the reality is that after 50 years of internal conflict in which over 200,000 people died and over 4 million emigrated, things have improved. In 2016, President Juan Manuel Santos signed a peace treaty with the guerrilla group, the FARC, ending the longest conflict in the Americas. It is not all perfect, of course. Drugs are still…

Discovering Machu Picchu – The lost city of the Incas

When you think of Peru there is only one thing that comes to your mind – Machu Picchu After all, it is one of the most fascinating archeological sites on the planet. It is also a symbol of the power and ingenuity of the Inca people and a once in a lifetime place to see. We spent the night in the city below the mountain: Aguas Caliente and at about 4.00am we arrived at the queue at the bus station, in order to catch one of the first busses that go up to Machu Picchu. Immediately after us, the queue started to build. Anyway,  we got on the third bus and we arrived at Machu Picchu among the first people that came to see the sunrise here. In the first few hours, everything was covered in clouds and fog. We sat down at the perfect view spot and waited. At mid-morning things started to…

12 Amazing Things to do in Peru

From the deserts of the Pacific coast to the Amazon rainforest, from the world’s tallest navigable lake to the world’s largest tropical mountain range, Peru offers a wide range of landscapes and such different climate zones. And among mountains, forests and deserts are the remains of dozens of ancient civilizations. So, Peru has it all and it is so difficult to make a top because everything is so amazing in their own way. Below I will try to select only a few of the fantastic things that Peru has to offer. Discover the Magic of Machu Picchu When you think of Peru, there is only one thing that comes to your mind – Machu Picchu. It is indeed one of the most beautiful attractions in Peru. This Inca city, uncovered during the Spanish conquest, forgotten and undisturbed for centuries, is located in the most amazing area, surrounded by beautiful mountains,…

How to travel the Maldives on a budget

Would you believe me if I told you that an exotic island vacation in the incredibly picturesque Maldives is far more affordable than you may think?! In fact, you can totally travel the Maldives on a budget. The Maldives is no longer an exclusive holiday playground reserved only for the rich and famous. There has never been a better time than now to plan your own dream vacation to the beautiful Maldives than you can *actually* afford.While the Maldives don’t have to break your budget, it’s important to know a few things before you go – or you’ll make some costly mistakes: When to Go The high season is from December to March. If you are visiting the Maldives on a budget, it’s best to visit during the low season when prices are lower and popular islands like Maafushi are quieter. You do risk rain at this time of the year, but it’s…

15 days in China

We have just returned from China, after a two weeks adventure in which we traveled over 4,000 kilometers from North to South, explored cities of 20 million people or picturesque villages lost in rice, we went with all possible means of transport , bicycle, scooter, boat, cable car or high-speed trains. We were surprised to find a country not only immense in size and population, but also an organized and modern nation, from infrastructure to education. We believe that the 21st century will indeed be the century of China. China is, after all, the only great civilization to carry on continuously its traditions and cultural heritage for more than 4000 years. China’s huge territory and rich culture leaves a lot to discover and come up with. Be it natural beauty, food, architecture or civilization. We tried to discover as much as possible in our 15 day touring China. Below we…

10 Amazing things to do in Hong Kong

“A New York minute is a Hong Kong second” there is a saying you’ll hear all around you. It is a thrilling city of 7 million residents and it’s not hard to see why. Hong Kong teems with energy from the moment you arrive. There are skylines that need to be photographed, there are countless street markets to explore or get lost in, and ferries and boat rides are waiting. It’s pointless to say that it’s impossible to do everything, but there are some experiences that simply shouldn’t be missed. Whether you’re visiting Hong Kong for the first time or the tenth, here are 10 things you absolutely can’t miss. 1.Look up at all the Skyscrapers.  Lift your head and look up towards the sky when walking around the busy streets of Hong Kong, and look at all the spectacular skyscrapers. There are over 7 million people living in Hong…

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