Forbidden Gem Sanaa

Getting not easy Sanaa

Forbidden Gem Sanaa | Sana’a in Yemen is one of the oldest populated places on earth. According to popular legend, it was founded by Shem, the son of Noah. The old fortified city has been inhabited for more than 2,500 years and contains many intact architectural masterpieces. Efforts are underway to preserve the older buildings,

Getting there is not easy: Pyramids of Meroe Sudan

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Getting there is not easy: Pyramids Meroe Sudan | It’s not so easy simply because Sudan in general is a very dangerous country to go. The U.S. Department of State warns its citizens of continued risks of travel to Sudan. U.S. citizens should avoid all travel to this African country, or at least consider carefully the

eSports Tourism Chapter 2

eSports Tourism Birmingham 2018

eSports Tourism Chapter 2: The United Kingdom’s 1st! For the first time in Dota history, Great Britain was welcoming players, talent and fans for an entire weekend of Dota 2 action. The eSports event took place from May 25th to 27th at the Arena in Birmingham, King Edwards Rd. This first Dota 2 Major in

Angel Falls Venezuela

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Getting there is not easy: Angel Falls Venezuela | Our second blog post introducing remote places that are worth visiting is about the Angel Falls in Venezuela. Plenty of travel guides say that it is life threatening to visit these Falls. To get there you would have to enter Venezuela. This fact alone turns away 99% of potentially

Getting there is not easy: Easter Island

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Getting there is not easy: Easter Island | Today we start another mini series of eight blog posts, introducing you to remote places that are worth it. #1: Easter Island, Chile. Easter Island is incredibly remote. The nearest continental point to Easter Island lies in central Chile: 3,512 kilometers away. Why it’s worth going there? Because of

Medical Tourism on the Rise

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Medical Tourism on the Rise | A heart bypass for $5,200? Not in the United States, but elsewhere! Although numbers are hard to get by, several indicators suggest that medical tourism is going thru the roof recently. Factors that have led to the increasing popularity of medical travel include the high cost of health care, long