Monthly Archives: December 2014
Macro Monday :- With Grace
Scenery Sunday :- Humans of Palestine
Palestine is fragile.
Palestinians are resilient.
I cherished the moments I had spent inside West Bank in October 2014.
(The title of this post was inspired by the infamous Humans of New York – Thanks Brandon!)
Look inside yourself for the answers – you’re the only one who knows what’s best for you. Everybody else is only guessing.
~ Charles de Lint
Travel Thought Thursday :- Merry Christmas, 2014!!
Wishing you all a fun, safe and memorable holiday!
Thank you for joining me on my travels this year!
Deep Gratitude to the 500+ fellow bloggers who follow my blog.
I am humbled when I see more than 1970 people subscribe to my blog through email!
Seriously. I am very GRATEFUL!!
I hope in the near future, we will meet in person when you join my travel tours in person!
Wordless Wednesday :- ‘Tis the Season
Macro Monday :- Anticipation
The best teachers are those who show you where to look, but dont tell you what to see.
~ Alexandra Trenfor
Wordless Wednesday :- Peace
Travel Tuesday :- Land crossing between Israel and Jordan – Part 2
This time last week, you read Part 1 of this post. If not, here is your chance.
Last week, I shared with you my experience entering Israel at the Ben Gurion airport and crossing into Jordan in the South at the Eilat-Aqaba border crossing.
Today, I will share my experience entering Israel from Jordan at the King Hussein-Allenby border crossing and my exit experience at the Ben Gurion airport. Continue reading