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The Thrill of a New Country  About a nomad's joy of encountering a brand new travel destination: Guatemala.

The Thrill of a New Country About a nomad's joy of encountering a brand new travel destination: Guatemala.

Istanbul - Dealing with Change -- a travel blog about gentrification

Istanbul - Dealing with Change - - Nomad Stories

Transylvania is for Scenery, Coffee and Vampire Jokes. A travel blog about Romania.

Transylvania is for Scenery, Coffee and Vampire Jokes - - Nomad Stories

News versus Reality. Some serious thoughts inspired by traveling in Egypt during the summer of 2013, when Morsi was just ousted. Some thoughts on Lebanon, too.

News versus Reality. Some serious thoughts inspired by traveling in Egypt during the summer of when Morsi was just ousted. Some thoughts on Lebanon, too.

Best in travel in 2013 and my wishlist for 2014. For travel inspiration: end of a year list! Contains Iran, Uganda, Turkey, Berlin...

Best in travel in 2013 and my wishlist for For travel inspiration: end of a year list! Contains Iran, Uganda, Turkey, Berlin.

Taking Arabic classes in Beirut  I took private Arabic classes in Beirut this summer. Was difficult but rewarding. A few surprising things about Beirut, too.

Taking Arabic classes in Beirut I took private Arabic classes in Beirut this summer. Was difficult but rewarding. A few surprising things about Beirut, too.

Usakhelauri There is limited plantings of this grape and few bottles of wine made. The word Usakhelauri means "nameless" in Georgian. Namele...

Usakhelauri There is limited plantings of this grape and few bottles of wine made. The word Usakhelauri means "nameless" in Georgian.

Inside Natural Wine's New Eurasian Boomtown | Alice Feiring

Inside Natural Wine's New Eurasian Boomtown

Punch - Inside Natural Wine’s New Eurasian Boomtown

Isfahan Equals Half the World - A blog about 3 magical days in Isfahan. #Iran #Isfahan

Isfahan Equals Half the World - - Nomad Stories

11 Untouristy Shanghai Observations

Yet this is exactly what I did about three weeks ago: I moved from New York to Shanghai, while I had never been to China before.

Gay Beirut, an oxymoron? Danny's blog about the vibrant gay scene in Beirut, which many, mistakenly, consider an oxymoron. Beirut is the Arab world's gay capital. And mad fun!

Gay Beirut, an Oxymoron? Some people don't believe there is such a thing as gay culture in Beirut, Lebanon, but trust me, it's alive and kicking!

Mt Ararat - Yerevan, Armenia and Mount Ararat.  Ararat means a lot to Armenians and the sad irony is that it's now in the Turkish territory, but visible from the capital.

Yerevan, Armenia and Mount Ararat. Ararat means a lot to Armenians and the sad irony is that it's now in the Turkish territory, but visible from the capital.

The National, aka Qaddafi mosque in Kampala, Uganda. It's one of the biggest mosques in sub-Saharan Africa, funded by the Libyan leader Qaddafi when still in power. Whatever you might think of Qaddafi, it's an awe-inspiring place with beautiful views over Kampala.

The National, aka Qaddafi mosque in Kampala, Uganda. It's one of the biggest mosques in sub-Saharan Africa, funded by the Libyan leader Qaddafi when still in power. Whatever you might think of Qaddafi, it's an awe-inspiring place with beautiful views over Kampala.

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