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Wadi Rum: One Night Under the Desert Sky

Living in Jordan for almost four years it’s not a surprise exploring the desert more than once. Undoubtedly, Wadi Rum is worth several adventures – and because of that I was pleased being invited to this magical place once again. But this time it should be different… As you may remind from one of my…

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Malta’s Beach Life: Ghajn Tuffieha and Golden Bay

Its Malta, it’s an island, there must be plenty of beach! Some people say so. It’s more of a rocky island with cliffs and grottos – there is no sand in Malta. Other ones told me before I went there. Well, lucky me that I can tell you the truth; both were wrong ,) Perhaps,…

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Blue Grotto and Popeye Village

Both the ‘Blue Grotto’ and ‘Popeye Village’ are quite frequented destinations for a daytrip, even in summer, because of having the opportunity for a cool-down just by the sea. You may be curious about the story behind the ‘Popeye’ place. Well… Anchor Bay or Popeye Village is the film set of the Popeye movie performed…

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Msida and TA Xbiex: My Hood for the Time Being

Msida and TA Xbiex are those neighbourhoods in Malta where most of the locals live and work – so it’s not the area where tourists are usually  around. Doesn’t mean those areas haven’t nice corners too. I lived in Msida. Right away I shall note it is among the most unattractive area when it comes…

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Valletta and the Three Cities

Some of you already know, but at least the ones who closely follow my Instagram updates, I spent the last seven months in Malta. Certainly, I was not there for work only, but also to travel the island, getting to know people, culture and the island’s hidden places. One thing being said ahead, mixing southern…

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