Naharayim – a Paradigm of the Mideast Conflict

January 24th, 2013

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Our 3rd visit to Israel was shorter than our previous trips. It was a 3-day stopover that was part of a Mediterranean cruise.  With only two days at the Ashdod port, we chose to spend one night in Jerusalem and return to memorable sites around Jerusalem. We spent the second night aboard the ship as it … Continued

Relish the restored Art Deco neighbourhoods and dazzling night life in this small, but action-packed, resort town. In fact, the hardest part of visiting Miami Beach is deciding what to do next! If you’re flying from Gatwick, check out valet parking at Gatwick for competitive parking prices! 1. New World Centre Designed by controversial architect … Continued

On our current tour of Egypt, some members of our group asked for home-baked cookies. We were sailing up the Nile aboard our private cruise ship, the Afandina, so I asked our chef to take care of it. Since individual requests happen often (everything from raw food to vegetarian to a personalized birthday cake) I … Continued

In November of 1987, in need of another adventure to ancient and exotic territory, I made a snap decision to accompany my friend Jewels, a designer of antique tribal jewelry, on her semi-annual buying trip to India.  Though I have always preferred traveling alone, I had a feeling Jewels would make a great travel companion.  She … Continued

Kidepo Valley was lit up by the fiery light of dusk like a son et lumiere. As our Cessna made its final approach, a herd of shaggy hartebeest scattered in desperate flight beneath us, terrified enough to part from their shadows. A strong headwind made the plane wobble and touch down on the murram runway … Continued

A holiday to Disneyland was every kid’s dream when I was growing up and it finally became a reality last year, albeit as an adult. But better late than never! The theme parks are not just for kids any more and in fact parents probably look forward to it just as much as their kids thanks to … Continued

I don’t know about you, but sometimes I get tired of this modern age: the constant beeping, the ringtones, the crashing lap tops. So after my third hard drive crash in as many months I decided to remove myself from the modern world, if only for a short while. Computers are made from silicon, right? … Continued

By Jess Collins Whilst the world is getting smaller New York is only getting bigger, and Jet2holidays can take you there this winter. With the biggest holiday of the year just around the corner, the most sought after Christmas gifts are getting harder and harder to find. So give yourself a fighting chance with a … Continued

As many of us embark upon our travel adventure for the holidays we may find  ourselves 38,000 feet in the sky reaching to the seat pocket in front of us-  shopping for unique gifts in Sky Mall or reading about America’s Wild Girl-  Kangaroo Lanie- in American Way magazine! Featured on the AA Insiders page … Continued