The tradition of Bali is so colorful, radiating with life from every corner of the island being that the beach on the coast or the lush greenery inland. It is something you will witness in everyday life, it reflects in daily offerings, traditional dances, crafts etc. (more…)
Even though Bali is part of the (mostly Muslim) country of Indonesia, it has a strong Hindu tradition. More than 85 percent of the 4,2 million island inhabitants practice Balinese Hinduism. Hence so many Hindu temples – about 10,000 that are dedicated to different deities from the land and the sea. Bali is actually nicknamed The Island of Gods! (more…)
When I woke up that first morning in Bali, I didn’t know where I was exactly. The room was huge, there were birds singing outside in a manner that I have never heard before. I even looked up to see if maybe I have left the TV on the night before. Bright light was coming through the terrace door. Got up and opened it… Oh my! Where was all this last night! (more…)
Who would have thought Bali would become such a “trendy” island! I mean, sure, it was always popular because of its beauty, wonderfully lush nature and tradition, its dear smiling people, but this is way above what I might have expected few years ago when I visited for the first time. While I was thinking about this Bali series for the blog, I often stumbled across posts and photos from Bali, “things to do”, “ultimate places to visit” etc. and it seems like – everybody is in Bali at the moment or they have just come back from the place! You can’t even say that you like to travel if you haven’t been to Bali yet, right! It’s fascinating how the place can “explode” in a relatively short period of time! (more…)
It’s time for one beautiful island everyone seems to be talking about lately!
Located near the Equator and being one of the 17,000 Indonesian archipelagos, it lies between Java and Lombok, and it’s surrounded by the Indian Ocean.
Even though relatively small and remote, it makes everyone who visits fall in love with the place at first sight. You probably know thus far which island I am referring to. (more…)
FREE for Valentine’s Day 2018!
What better gift to get or give on this day than the book about France, right! Well, your free copy is waiting for you on Kindle store on February 14th and 15th. Just click HERE!
And that’s not all!
Given that it’s not just the Valentine’s Day today, but also – my birthday, I have decided to make it even more memorable for blog’s followers!
All the Glimpses’ friends have already received email earlier today with the info about the eBook promotion and a link to – five FREE VALENTINE’S CARDS each with a genuine travel photo included.
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What Nobody Told Me FRANCE is live!
The first trip to this mesmerizing country is always memorable, so I just had to pack mine into one charming book. And just imagine – while reading about places to visit in the capital of Paris or Nice on the French Riviera, strolling in the footsteps of Claude Monet or Vincent van Gogh, you will be accompanied by not one but two guides, one of whom has just stepped out of the 19th century!
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This is the second book in the series What Nobody Told Me, after the Dubai eBook has been launched few months ago. (Reviews are more than welcome!) Can’t wait to start thinking about the next one!
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Welcome to the Photo Postcards page with unique travel cards!
Each of them includes one genuine travel photo taken by the Glimpses’ author on her journeys around the globe. They are thus one of a kind, each and every one created with love and care. Given the fact that they can be included into emails or phone apps messages, it’s clear how easy it is to use them and how actually cheap they are. It’s also the way to help the blog, so thank you for your consideration! (more…)
Check out these unique Christmas cards, each with the authentic travel photo taken by Glimpses’ author during her various journeys around the globe. They can be used to send your best wishes for the upcoming holidays to family and friends, but to colleagues and business partners as well! (more…)
Jordanian resort of Aqaba is well known and very interesting considering the fact that you can come for a vacation, but also visit few extremely attractive locations at the same time such as Petra or Wadi Rum. It might not be the best idea to come during summer though, because of the weather and high temperatures. So, even if it’s a bit early to talk about vacation, it’s just the right time to prepare for 2018. Who knows – you might consider traveling to Jordan after this series! (more…)
If you go north from Amman, you will get to the place not to be missed when you travel to Jordan. This is one of the most important historical places in Jordan, one of the most significant Roman cities in the region that is well preserved to this day. So, prepare yourself for the incredible city of Jerash! (more…)
For those of you not that into Judaism or Christianity, you should know that Jordan houses some of the most important monuments related to religion. You have probably heard about the Dead Sea and Petra or you plan to visit, but be prepared for few surprises in the kingdom. The whole region of the Middle East is actually rich in cultural, historical and religious locations! (For instance, did you know that in Syrian town of Maaloula they still use the Aramaic dialect that Jesus spoke!) (more…)
There was Petra in some movie (and it wasn’t the Indiana Jones III) when I saw it for the first time. I was sure that it was just another movie set, because “there is no way that this really exists”. Well, you can get the picture of how surreal the sight is, even in person! (more…)