Iran Destination: Traveling to Iran, Group tour or Private tour?

Travelling to Iran: Group Tour or Solo Tour?

Travelling to Iran, Group Tour, Private tour, Solo tour, travel agency  When planning for travelling to Iran, however,  everyone will eventually come to the stage where they’ll have to choose between joining a tour provided by a company or having it all in their own hands. For some nationalities such as Americans, British and Canadians the […]

Zeinodin Caravanserai; Back to Basics

Zeinodin Caravanserai , Caravanserai Zeinodin Caravanserai is one of two rounded caravanserais of Iran built in the 16th century in the heart of desert.  However, It is charmingly renovated, tastefully decorated and was given the UNESCO award for best renovated building in 2006. The caravanserai was the place where gunmen and trustees are located and now […]

Church of Holy Simeon , Shiraz
Liver Transplant Surgery in Iran

Liver Transplant Surgery

Live Donor Liver Transplant in Iran   Liver transplant is critically essential when the liver loses its normal function. This malfunction can occur suddenly (acute failure) or during the course of time, for example, after an infection, medication or prolonged health problems. In recent decades, Liver transplant from a live donor is noticed as a […]

Spain’s most expensive delicacy?

Spain’s most expensive delicacy Baby eels are one of the most expensive Spanish Food, but when you see them for the first time you might wonder why. They’re not, to put it mildly, something that cries out to be eaten. When alive, they’re transparent and slimy, slithering and squirming like tiny snakes. Cooked, they turn […]

A ghost island in the middle of the Indian ocean

A ghost island in the middle of the Indian ocean India’s idyllic islands Situated in the Bay of Bengal, India’s Andaman and Nicobar Islands are an isolated group of 572 tropical islands, of which only 38 are currently inhabited. Nautically located closer to South East Asia than India, they are known for stunning beaches, thriving […]

The curious customs of Copacabana

The curious customs of Copacabana On Lake Titicaca’s southern edge, Copacabana, Bolivia, is famed for an ancient relic, miracles and a religious rite that includes showering new cars in cold beer. My first thoughts were that Copacabana, Bolivia, looks a lot like Italy’s Amalfi Coast. From a distance, across the dark and choppy waters of […]

The secrets hiding in Warsaw, the Paris of the east

The secrets hiding in Warsaw, the Paris of the east Despite its past hardships, Poland’s capital city continues to rise from the ashes – and its once-famous elegance can still be found by those who look beyond the surface. Once known as ‘The Paris of the East’ for its Baroque beauty, Warsaw saw more than […]

The boat trip that changed my life

the Caribbean boat trip that cured my fear of water “Each time I climbed the launch’s rickety ladder to board the ship’s equally precarious stairway, I chipped away at the fear that had consumed and contained me for decades.” but the Caribbean boat trip changed my life. At a distance, I spotted the towering 236ft […]

How an Italian town changed a life

How an Italian town changed a life

to Say about an Italian town: “In the first days of my honeymoon, I traveled to central Italy to retrace the same steps my great-grandmother Filomena walked after her own nuptials, almost 100 years earlier.” Everywhere I went, I walked in her footsteps. She stepped on these same stones, past the Roman-era thermal baths, beyond […]