The Andalusian Capital; Sevilla

Which better place is there to experience an authentic Flamenco other than the birthplace itself and for FREE?! Visit Casa Anselma to experience an underground and authentic flamenco. The performance will leave you with shivers. Casa Anselma does not have any signage but the building is on the corner of the street with beautiful ceramic. […]

Winter Camping Experience in Lebanon

Beginning of this year, I stumbled upon a post on Winter Camping by the amazing travel blogger; Anna 🙂 Her first winter camping trip in Iceland inspired me to give it a shot. To be honest, before reading her post,  I did not know that camping in winter is a thing. 😛 Anna’s post was […]

A Memorable Trip to The Roof of the World; Ladakh

Ladakh is located 11,000 feet above sea level in the state of Jammu & Kashmir in India. It is also known as The Roof of the World as it is geographically located on the Western Himalayas range; home to the highest mountain in the world. The word Ladakh itself translates to the land of high […]

Travel Mishaps

Here is a list of ridiculous mistakes I have made along my travels and I am pretty sure there will be more in the future.   I hope you won’t make the same mistakes after reading them. 1. Single Entry Visa – I am well aware of the difference between Single Entry vs Multiple Entry. However, […]

Dubai Off the Beaten Path

As most of my readers are from Saudi Arabia and I know how much you guys love Dubai. Here are some recommendations from the gorgeous Abbie! You can check out more on her life in Dubai through her blog www.kidgnarly.me ———————————————————————————– When you think of Dubai, you think “Skyscrapers”, “City Life”, and my personal favorite, […]

Georgia; The Rising Country in Tourism

10 years ago, no one would think of visiting Georgia or even heard of the country. Today, Georgia is booming with tourism. I went to Georgia via Soviet Union train from Armenia. I arrived past midnight and took a taxi to the hostel. A taxi within the city should not cost more than 2USD. I […]

Lisbon’s Secret Neighborhood; Mouraria

Lisbon is located on a hill and off the western coast of Europe. The ancient history and culture from medieval period remains pristine in the secret quarter; Mouraria. I kept falling in love with Lisbon as I walk through the colorful neighborhoods, narrow cobbled streets  and pretty black and white marbled pavements. I love how […]

Earn While You Travel with AirWayBill

Many people have asked me on how I can afford traveling so often to many different countries. There are many answers to that question, especially in this digital age we are living with numerous applications, social websites and other tools that has made traveling with little budget possible. One of the genius tool I have […]

Mallorca

Mallorca (Majorca) is one of the Balearic islands in Spain with Palma as the capital city. Mallorca is surrounded by mountains and if you drive out of the highway, you could see many fields of watermelon and other plantations. How to get there: If you book in advance, flying is the cheapest and fastest way. […]

10 Essential Pieces for Female Backpackers

Hello guys! It’s Inas from the blog www.inasnoseitall.com , lifestyle/fashion blog, writing a new post here for an awesome friend of mine Nada Al Nahdi! So in this post I’ll be covering type of clothing to take as a backpacker, something light, practical and of course fashionable cuz you wanna be cool in that Instagram […]

Mystical Rock Formation; the Giant’s Causeway

Upon my visit to Southern Ireland, I crossed the border to Northern Ireland which is part of the UK as there isn’t any borders between them. The journey only took 3 hours by bus from Dublin with regular schedules. I have to say that the Giant’s Causeway is one of my favorite spot in Northern/Southern […]

Holi Festival in Jaipur

Holi also known as the festival of colors is held on a yearly basis and it is most popular in the northern part of India. I chose to celebrate Holi in the pretty pink city; Jaipur. Here is Hawa Mahal; probably the most iconic structure in Jaipur with it’s intricate facade in terracotta pink. In […]

Perks of Visiting Turkey During Off Season

We all know that visiting a country during off season gives many perks! Cheaper airfare, accommodation cost, less crowd, easier to bargain, short queues and a lot more! Here were my experiences in Turkey during winter which is considered a low season for tourism. 1. Hierapolis Theater all to yourself! – Feel free to sing […]

Top 15 Things To Do in Japan

There are just so many things to see and do in Japan. Here are my top 15 things to do that costs very little to nothing! 1. Watch Sumo Wrestling/Train – I found it to be very interesting to watch the deeply rooted sports in the Japanese culture. Read more about how and where on this […]

Singapore – A World Class Country

Singapore is one of the smallest country in the world and it’s a melting pot of cultures. The highly cosmopolitan city has a lot to marvel within the neatly organized country. Everything seems to be perfectly arranged. I would recommend walking around the little streets such as Arab Street, Bugis Street, Little India, Orchard,  Chinatown […]

6 Things You Should Know Before Visiting Ladakh

Ladakh is located in the state of Jammu & Kashmir in India.  My first stop during my trip to India was to Ladakh. I had not made any research on the city other than places I’d like to see. As usual, I wing it! Here are few things you should know before visiting Ladakh: 1. […]

Winter Wonderland in Srinagar

Srinagar is the largest capital city in the state of Jammu & Kashmir in India. Srinagar is a city that will leave you mesmerized. It is surrounded by the Himalayan range and blessed with many lakes, swamps, different type of trees, and flowers. Here are some of the things you could do when visiting  Srinagar […]

Mada’in Saleh; Saudi’s First UNESCO World Heritage

Having lived in Saudi my whole life, I am proud to say that we have an amazing array of archaeological site that are worth visiting. I hope Saudi opens up for tourism soon so others can explore and discover that Saudi has a lot more than just sand dunes, camels and oil. Here is Mada’in […]

Al Wahbah Crater

Al Wahbah Crater is a massive volcanic crater with a depth of 250 meters and 2 km width. It’s located 350 km  from Jeddah, it takes about 4 hours drive. It is a great place for camping and hiking. The hike was not easy due to the heat from the sun right on top of […]

Kenya – A Treasured Memory

Kenya blew me away from the moment I stepped in the Nairobi airport. Kenyans love to yell out Karibu which means welcome with the broadest smile like there isn’t any trouble in the world. Untouched nature, raw wilderness and genuine happy people I wish I have the photos to show all of Kenya, unfortunately, the memory will […]

10 Reasons to Visit Ireland

When I talk about Ireland or mention of visiting Ireland, I get reactions such as “Who goes to Ireland?” “Why would anyone go to Ireland?” I visited Ireland in June 2016 and it’s a country that I would love to visit every year. Here are 10 out of the many reasons to visit Ireland. 1. The […]

My First Solo Trip

I know a lot of females who are curious to try traveling solo yet they are afraid to take the first step. I think it would help a lot by starting with going to a foreign country that is not so foreign. My first solo trip was to Egypt.  Coming from Saudi, it felt like I […]

The Guide to Watching Sumo in Japan

Sumo wrestling is Japan’s national sport which is deeply rooted in their culture since the 3rd century and still practiced professionally to date. It is not like any regular sports, it is highly respected and it is also a religious ritual practice by Shintos. If there aren’t any Sumo tournaments during your visit to Japan, […]

A Visa Mishap in My Own Home Country

I visited Indonesia with a plan of Jeddah-Jakarta-Malaysia-Singapore-Jakarta-West Papua-Jakarta-Jeddah. I’m part Indonesian but I have a Yemeni passport. I needed a visa so I applied and got the visa within a day. I had all my tickets and visas ready for each country I planned on visiting. I arrived on 29th April and left on […]

Explore Japan; The Cheap Way

Whenever you mention Japan, the first thought that comes to mind is that it is EXPENSIVE. I am guilty of one of those stereotypes. But hey! I’ve put it to test and Japan is NOT expensive! So how much do you really need to visit the land of the rising sun? Read on and see […]

Highlights of My Trip in Ethiopia

My trip to Ethiopia had loads of ups and downs. There were times where I had horrible experiences but now that I look back, it is what makes the trip memorable! Ethiopia surprised me in many ways. It is a lot greener than I thought! Here are the highlights of my trip! 1. Without a […]

Raja Ampat Archipelago – Heaven on Earth

I was supposed to go to Indonesia and re-live my island life days in April but sadly plans changed. Here’s a throwback to my first island adventure in Raja Ampat, West Papua that got me awe-inspired. Since then, I fell in love and went on another island trip in Indonesia which I will share on […]

26 Hours in Jordan!

Believe it or not, you can see the main spots in Jordan in just 26 hours! This is not for those who are not in for some sleepless adventure! How did it happen? I had mistakenly book my ticket for only 1 night instead of 2 nights. I didn’t want to change the flight and […]

Top 10 Tips to Survive India!

Before going to India, I heard and read so many horror stories about travelling to India as a solo female. Instantly, I had the worst thoughts and expectations. I expected a lot of inappropriate behavior and interaction, chances of getting kidnapped for ransom in Jammu & Kashmir, and what not. But guess what? I went, […]

Cyprus Visa

Required Documents: 1. Filled Application Forms (Send a mail to mohammed@alfadlgroup.com to get all requirements) 2. Hotel Reservation 3. Ticket Reservation 4. Employment Letter authenticated by Chamber of Commerce 5. 3 Months Bank Statement 6. 1 Photograph 7. Travel Insurance 8. Iqama Copy 9. Passport Copy Visa Fee: 200 SAR Process Time: 10 working days Contact […]

Visa Free or On Arrival for Yemenis

As a Yemeni, it is a hassle to get a visa. Not to mention, the chances of being denied. Here, I’ve listed out visa on arrival or visa free countries for Yemenis based on my experience 😀 Asia 1. Armenia 2. Malaysia 3. Cambodia Visa Free/Visa on Arrival for Yemenis residing in Saudi Arabia 1. […]

East Africa Tourist Visa (Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda)

Apply Online through either countries (Kenya/Uganda/Rwanda) or Apply through Uganda Embassy Riyadh Required Documents:  1. Filled Application Form 2. 2 Passport Sized Photos 3. Employment Letter Visa Fee: 380 SAR Process Time: 1 Day Contact  Number: 011 454 4910 Location: https://goo.gl/maps/wrRwhhK8nq72   Personal Experience: VERY FAST! I planned on getting 2 separate visas for  Uganda and Rwanda […]

Tanzania Visa

Required Documents: 1. Filled application form (Request it to be emailed to you by calling them) 2. 2 Passport size photos 3. Flight Booking 4. Hotel Booking Visa Fee: 200 SAR – It must be paid online Account Name: Embassy of the United Republic of  Tanzania Bank Name: SAMBA FINANCIAL GROUP Account No.: 2107014264 IBAN: SA68 […]