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Back to one of my favorite countries. Which one, you ask?

In just a few days, I will be taking a flight from Madrid to Amman, the capital of Jordan. Jordan is one of my favorite countries in the world and I believe, though I might be corrected on this by friends with better memories than me, that this will be my fifth trip there. Simply [...]

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Jerusalem, the Most Historical City in the World?

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Jerusalem simultaneously confounds and amazes. In the list of “Cities Unlike Any Place Else,” it has to be right up near the top. It has been a few months since I was in Israel and I still really don’t know what to think. I spent two weeks there in Feburary and can only feel confident [...]

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Jordan Travel Guide

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I have been incredibly fortunate to have been to over 60 countries during my travels and one of my favorite countries is Jordan, which is something that surprises many… but not those that have been there. On my RTW trip, I went through much too fast, but did get to enjoy the wonders of Petra. [...]

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Travel, Change, and Social Conscience — Why I Currently Wouldn’t be Traveling to Egypt

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Interesting discussion lately on Twitter about a country that I truly love, Egypt, and am looking forward to visiting again and again. I had the chance to spend over a month in Dahab, one of my favorite beach towns in the world earlier this year on my second trip through and have loved a great [...]

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Excellent Middle Eastern Wine: Zumot Wines in Jordan

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The wines of the Middle East are a relatively untold story that I am happy to spread the word about. I was fortunate enough to have a few winery tours in Lebanon and when I got to Jordan for my week-long tour sponsored by the Jordan Tourism Board, I asked if there were any spots [...]

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Introducing Eytan Levy of Snarky Nomad

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Please join me in welcoming our newest contributing author at Go See Write: Eytan Levy of Snarky Nomad! You’d probably [...]

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