Dubai eBook is LIVE!

For those of you who haven’t seen it on social media, here is some great news I would like to share! My Dubai travel eBook is finally LIVE! These travel stories will serve as a full Dubai travel guide, they will take you strolling down the streets of old districts, hopping on sightseeing buses, exploring … Continue reading Dubai eBook is LIVE!

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Let’s heat up the summer, it’s CUBA time!

What is the other word for bright sunshine, blue skies, turquoise waters, some rum in your beach cocktail with the sound of salsa in the background? Well, it's Cuba of course! The whole month will be dedicated to Cuba travel! Glimpses will take you to plunge into charming streets of Havana, stroll around the traditional … Continue reading Let’s heat up the summer, it’s CUBA time!

France: CHARM OF VILLAGES “SUR MER” (6)

Although not that popular as their neighbors Nice, Cannes or Monaco, smaller towns along the Côte d’Azur are actually the true reflection of French charm. Beaches are more pleasant, clean, less crowded, streets seem prettier, you can even meet a local at the cafe (not just tourists) and have a glass of wine in the … Continue reading France: CHARM OF VILLAGES “SUR MER” (6)

France: FRENCH RIVIERA HOPPING (5)

Before going to the Côte d'Azur, I have heard a lot about it, reading about "the famous names on the French Riviera beaches", exclusive resorts, Hollywood stars who once got wet in shallow waters of Cannes, Nice, Saint-Tropez, about princess Grace, Picasso's retreat. The Film Festival in Cannes or the Casino in Monte Carlo are … Continue reading France: FRENCH RIVIERA HOPPING (5)

France: KNOCKING ON MONET’S DOOR (4)

Normandy, French province in the North, full of greenery, flowers, good cheese and wine, white cows with black spots, but it also houses few towns not to be missed when in the region. It is a two-hour train trip from Paris and you will get into town that became well known as the place where … Continue reading France: KNOCKING ON MONET’S DOOR (4)

France: GOING AFTER BAUDELAIRE! (3)

Paris! You know what it was for me back then? I was actually hoping I would find some "link" to all those French artists who lived there during the 19th century! Years after my journey Woody Allen has made that Midnight in Paris movie, and I always thought that "he must have heard me thinking" … Continue reading France: GOING AFTER BAUDELAIRE! (3)

France: TROPICALLY HOT PARIS (2)

So, let me begin with Paris. My first memory of that journey in 2003 is related to the unusual heat! Sure, it was August, but that part of Europe was actually hit by some tropical wave that made the weather - unbearable! That could not slow me down, of course, and I was ready every … Continue reading France: TROPICALLY HOT PARIS (2)

France: A VINTAGE JOURNEY (1)

Every time I remember my first travel to France, I always smile and feel a bit proud. Sure, I did see all the landmarks and fell in love with the country, but I also had such an alluring agenda (made one myself!), that I would probably do all over again if I were to visit … Continue reading France: A VINTAGE JOURNEY (1)

Rhodes Greece: BOAT TRIP TO SYMI ISLAND (9)

You know how you plan to see few specific locations when traveling to a new place and you just can't wait to visit? The island of Symi was on my list when I came to Rhodes, right next to all those places on the actual island like Lindos, Prassonissi, Kamiros. I have booked a boat … Continue reading Rhodes Greece: BOAT TRIP TO SYMI ISLAND (9)

Rhodes Greece: DRIVING UP THE WEST COAST (8)

After having a blast with Odeon World Travel on the Greek island of Rhodes for a while, I thought that time was ripe for a road trip! Went all the way east from one side of Rhodes to the other, and now I was going back, along the west coast, from Prassonissi to Rhodes town. … Continue reading Rhodes Greece: DRIVING UP THE WEST COAST (8)

Rhodes Greece: ROAD TRIP TO THE EAST (7)

There is a lot to see on Rhodes and I was planning for days to take a car and just drive around the whole of this Greek island. There were couple of lovely trips and walking tours - through Rhodes city or to Lindos, and I have covered it with our Odeon World Travel guides … Continue reading Rhodes Greece: ROAD TRIP TO THE EAST (7)

Rhodes Greece: WHITE TOWN OF LINDOS, WHERE IT ALL BEGAN (6)

Hope you've had your rest on Rhodes' beaches through the last Glimpse, since today - we are off to one extremely important town of this Greek island. And we'll be rushing around its narrow alleys among white houses, climbing up to the Acropolis, we will plunge into the turquoise sea at the very cove where … Continue reading Rhodes Greece: WHITE TOWN OF LINDOS, WHERE IT ALL BEGAN (6)

Rhodes Greece: LET’S HIT THE BEACH! (5)

Okay, so we have visited few historic locations so far, learned a couple of myths, but even though there is a lot still to come, it's time to take a break. I am sure you will agree after checking out these Rhodes' beaches! And yes, even I need a rest from time to time, believe … Continue reading Rhodes Greece: LET’S HIT THE BEACH! (5)

Rhodes Greece: MEET THE (MALTESE) KNIGHTS (4)

Have to admit that I was avoiding to enter the walls of the Old Town in Rhodes for days, since I have booked a walking tour with Toma, our Odeon World Travel tour guide on the island. After so many things I have already read and heard about Rhodes' history, I didn't want to "spoil" … Continue reading Rhodes Greece: MEET THE (MALTESE) KNIGHTS (4)

Rhodes Greece: THERE STOOD THE COLOSSUS! (3)

"Look, there, you see those two pillars with a deer and a roe deer on the top, on opposite sides of the harbor entrance? There, that is the spot where the famous Colossus of Rhodes stood, with his feet on opposite sides and boats sailing in through his legs", our Odeon World Travel tour guide … Continue reading Rhodes Greece: THERE STOOD THE COLOSSUS! (3)

Rhodes Greece: JUST THE RIGHT VACATION TIME (2)

Had a day or two to relax upon coming to Rhodes and decided to spend it on the beach and stroll around town’s narrow streets. On the eastern part of the island, they say, the Mediterranean Sea is usually peaceful with a wave or two. But the western coast (the Aegean side) is just too … Continue reading Rhodes Greece: JUST THE RIGHT VACATION TIME (2)

Rhodes Greece: THE EVER IMPOSING SUN GOD (1)

The moment you step onto the soil of Rhodes, it’s immediately clear why they call it the Island of the Sun. The clear sky, the unreal sea color that ranges from turquoise to dark blue, high waves that seem to send out the message that you have come to the place so alive, where nature … Continue reading Rhodes Greece: THE EVER IMPOSING SUN GOD (1)

Let’s go to RHODES Greece!

So, let’s make it official! I have been exploring the Greek island of Rhodes for couple of days now and it’s time to start another unique series of travel Glimpses. Since the summer is almost here, having in mind that it’s already 28 degrees Celsius on the island, this is the perfect location to step into … Continue reading Let’s go to RHODES Greece!

Singapore: CABLE CAR TO SENTOSA ISLAND (9)

Oasis of nature - a small island people from Singapore escape to during weekends to swim, lie on the beach or walk along well organized forest treks - that is just the sight that should close this Singapore series. The name of the island is Sentosa and it is available to all the citizens of … Continue reading Singapore: CABLE CAR TO SENTOSA ISLAND (9)

Singapore: BREAKFAST WITH ORANGUTANS (8)

One of the seemingly most popular attractions when I was there, was the so called Singapore's Night Safari. Well, "while in Singapore", right! I have stumbled upon this tour numerous times when I was reading about the city, planning to travel there, so thought it wouldn't hurt to try. It sure is one nice visit … Continue reading Singapore: BREAKFAST WITH ORANGUTANS (8)