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Many travel to Iran to experience the treasures of the ancient Persian Empire. Yet Iran is wrongfully perceived by most Americans as a forbidden destination by their government. This is simply not true. Travel to Iran is not banned by the US government – tourism is developing as relations grow; hatred of the Americans is not as common as the media likes […]
cuba blog
1-It is mandatory for government vehicles to pick up hitchhikers. 2-Cuba is often called EL CROCODILO, Spanish for crocodile, which is what the island looks like from aerial view. 3-A rare prehistoric fish called Manjuari is now only found in Cuba. 4-There are no open container laws in Cuba, you can drink your mojito or […]
Top-10 places to see in Istanbul
1-Topkapı Palace Palace of sultans from 15th- to 19th-century; housed thousands of imperial servants. Center of the historic district, overlooking city across Sea of Marmara, Golden Horn, and Bosporus. Magnificent treasury of jewels (86-carat Spoonmaker Diamond), elaborately tiled harem chambers and kiosks. Closed Tuesdays. Tip: Eat a substantial breakfast and go early. Harem closes at […]
Men Shorts are not acceptable in public places. Wearing ties or bows is not a problem. T-shirts are acceptable. Women Obeying Islamic rules including Hijab or Islamic dress-code is necessary in Iran. However these rules are not observed very strict, especially for tourists and foreigners. You must not worry about maintaining your hijab , since […]
How to avoid long lines at the airport?
Removing your shoes, placing your belongings in bins, waiting in a long queue … For qualified travelers, the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) expanding PreCheck™ program is making the inconvenience of airport security lines a thing of the past. Now expedited screening is available for select international as well as domestic flights. Click the link below […]