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 cultural heritage and even visiting Abu Dhabi for a day. Even though I have read all the travel tips, and all I could actually find about Dubai before I flew to this Arab Peninsula city, nothing could have prepared me for what I have encountered there!
Interested to find out why? 😉
Well, just click HERE, go to the Amazon page and you can take a peek or even get your own copy of the book, along with a bunch of lovely Dubai photos! And of course, if you like it, please write a review on Amazon, it would be so helpful.
If you are interested in checking out the eBook review done by the lovely TheGirlOnTheGo’s Blog, just click here. You might also want to consider following this blog since there are always interesting stuff to read and books to get notified about.
Having said that, I would also like to inform you that the next blog posts’ series will start in a couple of weeks or so. I am very excited about the next destination and all those travel stories that I am eager to write for you!
So, stay tuned, sign up to the new mailing list. And enjoy the book, I couldn’t have done it without you. Thank you!
The news in September 2017 were so disturbing. Reports on Irma hurricane rushing through Cuba glued me to TV screen for hours. The monster storm was tearing off roofs, wrecking the power grid and damaging crops for couple of days on the island, leaving Cuba in need for assistance. More than 10 people were killed, some of those beautiful old facades in Havana have collapsed, towns are left with no electricity and drinking water. Such a loss for this vibrant island! (more…)
There really is a lot to see in Cuba. Even though Havana is not to be missed, it’s not the only place to visit. One of the reasons one comes to the island is probably the legacy of Che Guevara, the famous guerrilla leader who helped belated president Fidel Castro carry out the revolution. So, don’t go to the beach today but head out to Trinidad and Santa Clara! (more…)
Since the energy crises of the late 1980s, when the Soviet Union and Eastern European countries stopped supplying Cuba with the petrol it needed, “every possible means has been used to get around the island”. I read this in a guide book and let me tell you – it’s so true! (more…)
Remember that we were on foot strolling around the Old Town? Well, we will just keep walking, since there are some beautiful spots to see and visit in the Centro Habana. So, the next neighborhood, the very center of the Cuban capital, is dominated by Capitalio. (more…)
Okay, we took a break at the beach in the last Glimpse and hope you are now ready for a walk and all those “things to do in Havana”. There is so much to see in the city and I was actually hopping on the bus every once in a while, since there were daily rides from my Varadero hotel. Just packed few sweets, coins, my guide book and a camera and I was once again peeking behind another colonial building! (more…)
Cuban beaches are everything you heard about, and more! The island is located in the Mexican Gulf, its shores are splashed by the Caribbean Sea, so you can immediately picture – blue sky, beautiful horizon, crystal clear waters, white sands and that incredible turquoise sea color. Maybe a coconut-cocktail with the straw in it? Sure, why not, it’s all there! (more…)