The Dead Sea… dying?

The beautiful Dead Sea is sadly deteriorating. So, if you haven't been to the Lowest Point on Earth yet, you better get a move on... It won't be there for long (Not much of it, anyway). Due to the ever increasing heat levels in the Middle East over the years and diversion of water from … Continue reading The Dead Sea… dying?


“The House of the Artist”

Beit Al Fannan An eco-friendly gem of a building hidden in the North of Jordan, Beit Al Fannan is a beautiful house built by the renowned Jordanian Architect, Ammar Khammash. Ammar Khammash built the house by hand (Yes, you read that right - by hand) using mostly mud, cement, and lime back in 1994. Over … Continue reading “The House of the Artist”

Dead Sea Hotels

The lowest point on earth. 🌍 One thing you must do when in Jordan is visit the Dead Sea; the lowest point on earth. This is not an option. Well, it is... But, come on, as if you wouldn't go if you were visiting Jordan, right? The Dead Sea is approximately a half an hour … Continue reading Dead Sea Hotels

Why you must travel alone, at least once

Traveling alone to a different place can seem like a scary thought for many people... But here are my top 5 reasons why I think everyone should Travel Solo. 1. NO OBLIGATIONS Since you're travelling alone, you can do whatever the heck you want. Yep - ANYTHING. You can wake up and do your own … Continue reading Why you must travel alone, at least once

Where I am from

Following on from my first blog post, I thought I would answer that very question myself. As stated previously, I, like many other travelers, constantly get asked "Where are you from?" when I travel. And I love that question, but the answer to that question isn't as straight forward for me as it may be … Continue reading Where I am from

“Where are you from?”

If you've traveled around and met people while travelling, then that is a question you have definitely asked or been asked. Am I right or am I right?? It's one of the many beauties of travel - You get to meet so many people from so many different countries. It's also a good ice-breaker when … Continue reading “Where are you from?”