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Dana Tower Hotel, Dana Village, Jordan

25 Nov
Dana Tower Hotel - with Nabil Nawafleh on the terrace of the hotel

Dana Tower Hotel – Dana Reserve and Village Dana Tower Hotel. Situated on the very edge of the Great Rift Valley, Dana is considered Jordan’s largest nature reserve. Dana is on the major migratory routes between Asia, Europe, and Africa. Thus, it is the quintessence of flora and fauna species from all the three major […]

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Etno House Shancheva – Kratovo, Macedonia

04 Aug
Etno House Shancheva - with Stevce Donevski in front of his guesthouse from Kratovo

Etno House Shancheva – Kratovo town Etno House Shancheva. Kratovo was a major mining center in the Macedonian part of the Ottoman Empire. For this reason, Saxon settlers came here during the Middle Ages. Moreover, Kratovo is also known as the town of towers and bridges. The town developed in the crater of a former extinct […]

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Dar Kamal Chaoui – Bhalil Village, Morocco

11 Mar
Dar Kamal Chaoui – with Kamal Chaoui on the rooftop terrace of the house

Dar Kamal Chaoui – Bhalil Village Dar Kamal Chaoui. Bhalil is apparently a simple Moroccan village, located on the sunny slopes of some hills full of olive orchards and ancient caverns. Even though it is overshadowed by Fez’s attraction (one of the tourist, cultural, and spiritual centers most important of Morocco), Bhalil is amazing both […]

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Casa Aya Medina – Fez, Morocco

20 Jan
Casa Aya Medina - with Milouda, Mohammed, and other family members

Casa Aya Medina – Fez Medina Fez is Morocco’s cultural and spiritual center and it’s an outstanding example of a medieval town created during the first centuries of the Islamisation in the country – which is why it is part of the UNESCO world cultural heritage. The narrow lanes meander chaotically throughout the medina (the […]

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