Words are at lost when attempting to describe Alaska, the land to the North. I flew to Fairbanks, in hopes to witness the northern light, or Aurora Borealis. But as I found out, the land beneath the dark sky is as enchanting as the night lights. The water, hills, animals, and people of Fairbanks all […]Read more "Alaska – A Winter Wonderland"
When writing my previous post on Egypt, I came to realize the significance of the Great River Nile, and how lucky I am for living in or near its watershed for the last few years. The Nile is the longest river in the world, and carries paramount importance both in history and presence for much […]Read more "The Three Niles"
Which real traveler wouldn’t rank Egypt high on their bucket list? It is THE country that provokes imagination, awe, and admiration. Like the others, I have also been intrigued by this land of Pharaohs, pyramids and papyrus, the cradle of human civilization.Read more "Pharaohs, pyramids and papyrus"
Last month I was in Marrakech, Morocco for a week to attend an international conference. This is my first time visiting Morocco, a country that was on my to-go list for a long time. I have a lot of expectations about Morocco and wished to see the country’s many famous cities: Casablanca, Fez, Chefchaouen, and […]Read more "How to Survive 48 C/118 F Heat in Marrakech"