Desert Oasis

Amman is a city that unfolds itself slowly. At first glance, it is little more than a launch pad from which to visit more coveted destinations like Petra or the Wadi Rum desert. But belying its modest facade—the streets congested with restless cab drivers, the shawarma often drab and slathered with mayo, the blaring calls to prayer that interrupt each night of sleep—is a dynamic metropolis with more complexity than any place I have encountered.

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 Baja Is A Whole Lot More Than Cabo

Baja Is A Whole Lot More Than Cabo: Here’s Why You Really Need To Go   When most people think about Baja California, Cabo San Lucas comes to mind, but this is the world’s second longest peninsula, with nearly 750 miles of majestic, untamed land and breathtaking views at nearly every turn. While high-rise resorts, […]

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 Exploring Italy’s Boot Heel

While it may seem as if there are no undiscovered destinations left in Italy, there are still some that places that have managed to stay mostly untouched, retaining their old world charms by staying off the radar. The region often referred to as the “heel of the boot,” enjoys a breathtaking whitewashed coastline against the […]

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