While visiting big, booming cities is always great, some of my favorite trips have been when I’ve visited the most random tiny towns, and I’ve decided to share some of them with you. So without further ado, here are 10 tiny bucket list-worthy towns around the world.
Looking for a guide to the best Egyptian food? This guide has everything you need to know about Egyptian foods! Egypt is sort of the culinary mecca of the Middle East. Over the thousands of years that the country has existed, Egyptian food has been perfected. So don’t be afraid to try these sixteen traditional Egyptian dishes that may be a bit out of your comfort zone, because they’ll be absolutely delicious!
While most people think of Egyptian food as only in Egypt, you’d be surprised how many other places you can find it. Egyptians have immigrated all over the world, particularly to countries like the U.S., the U.K., and Australia. One of the best restaurants on the little island of Oahu, Hawaii is actually an Egyptian restaurant! You don’t have to wait until you plan that dream trip to Egypt to finally taste a bite of Egyptian food. You may be able to find a fantastic Egyptian restaurant in your very own city! Or better yet, maybe you can even try to make a couple of these Egyptian foods at home!
Instagram is a great source to get some travel inspiration. As I mentioned in a previous post, it’s a great way to find things to do, both at home and abroad. There are so many adventurers out there, taking pictures of amazing places all around the world. Unsurprisingly, I have started to create a list of these locations. So, without further ado, here are five places that Instagram added to my bucket list. Continue reading “Five Places that Instagram Added to My Bucket List”
For much of the Western world, Christmas is on December 25th. That is the day everyone tears open Christmas presents, devours delicious meals, and celebrates Jesus’ birth. However, December 25th is not the only Christmas celebrated around the world. As a matter of fact, for many around the world, Christmas is on January 7th.
I am not the kind of person to have a bucket list. The idea of having a list of things to do and needing to complete them all isn’t my thing – it’s basically another to-do list, and I’m not about that. I do have an adventure list, which is similar in that it is also a list of cool things to do; however, I do not feel the need to complete them all. But that won’t stop me from recommending 16 things to add to the bucket lists that you inevitably have. Continue reading “16 Things to Add Your Bucket List Right Now”
It was time for me to take on my third continent of the year: Africa. We were off to a country that was a blend of languages, foods, and cultures. We were off to Morocco! But little did we know, we were about to experience a Moroccan sandstorm – but literally and metaphorically.
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When travelling around the world, especially to countries that have been predominantly Christian for hundreds of years, there are so many extravagant churches that are must sees: Notre Dame in Paris, St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, or La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. But here are a few of my favorite churches around the world that are just a bit atypical… Continue reading “Six of My Favorite Churches Around the World”