The Spa Town of Tskaltubo, not far from Kutaisi was a place for rest and relaxation during Soviet times. Here people took advantage of the healing natural spring waters in the more than 20 spa resorts which housed, treated and … Read the rest
A food tour of Georgia wasn’t quite what I was looking for. I’m not a foodie, and didn’t want to join a group of pretentious food snobs. When no other tour met my needs, I contacted Eating Adventures, a small … Read the rest
Our Eating Georgia Food Tour offered an optional walking tour of Sololaki in Tbilisi. Of course, I put my hand up for what is described as a tour with “stories of buildings and their owners that can’t be read in … Read the rest
More than 90% of Jordanians are Muslim and I expect that our half day Amman Food Tour guide will be wearing a headscarf. Instead, Jumana tells me to look out for a woman wearing her hair in a ponytail and … Read the rest
Downtown Amman is a surprise. ‘Downtown’ to me means a commercial and retail hub with modern buildings and boutique stores. I soon discover that when a local mentions “Downtown Amman” or just “Downtown”, they’re referring to the Old Town.
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The Burrawa Bridge Climb isn’t your usual Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb. On the Burrawa Bridge Climb, an indigenous guide takes guests through pre-colonial history to the present day. In my mind it’s “two for one”- a Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb … Read the rest