New Year’s Eve in The Great Barrier Reef

Our last stop in Australia was Cairns – where we would relax by the sea and spend the New Year’s Eve. The tropical north, Cairns is a laid back city in Queensland. It is a popular tourist destination because of its access to one of the seven natural wonders of the world – Great Barrier Reef….

Uluru: The Spiritual Heart of Australia

After spending 4 days in Sydney, we flew to Ayer’s Rock(Uluru) to see the famous rock formation and have once in a life time experience ‘Sounds of Silence’ dinner under the stars. Known as Northern Territory’s Red Centre, Uluru (Aboriginal and official name) is sacred to indigenous Australians and is thought to have started forming around…

A Summer Christmas in Sydney

Hello, 2017! I feel like I am one of the luckiest people in the world who gets to travel and see all the amazing places, cultures and even various natural habitats in the world. I’ve spent Christmas and New Year’s Eve in Australia – or Down Under as some call it. It required a lot…

The World’s Richest Country: Qatar

Qatar – a country that has the highest GDP per capita thanks to a rebound in oil prices and its massive natural gas reserves. The country has been pouring money into construction for the 2022 World Cup, and you can clearly see it if you visit the country these days. I’m not sure if anyone would…

Thailand: Phuket and Phi Phi Islands

It was my first trip to Far East and Thailand is probably one of the best destinations for ‘Far East For Dummies’kind of a trip. I still haven’t been to Bangkok but from what I‘ve seen in Thailand – I can say it is a natural beauty with its hidden treasures and crystal clear waters. We…

Bali: Gili Islands, Seminyak and Ubud

Here I start my blog with Bali and Gili Islands which amazed me in just 9 days with its extremely friendly people, nature, temples, rice terraces, monkeys, spa saloons, greenery, turtles and magnificent underground and the peace it offers to its visitors. The weather is quite rainy between November and March, however, it was still…