Lake Urmia may soon be no more.
What if I were to tell you that one of the most famous Armenian churches of late antiquity is not in Armenia, but Iran.
To quote sort of quote Robert Frost, taking the “road not taken” is an adventure in itself. There are probably many such roads, but few (if any) can compare to the Pamir Highway.
Few places on Earth seem to be so close to the Heavens as the Sumela Monastery. Like, literally.
Anyone who goes to Slovenia and ventures outside the capital has to visit Lake Bled. It’s like the thing to do.
Portugal’s Douro River Valley is one of Europe’s most scenic spots. It’s also one of the best places to sample the country’s wine and local cuisine.
For some clean air and scenic views, you really can’t go wrong with the Austrian village of Hallstatt.
I’m pretty sure that I’ve never met a Shirazi I’ve disliked. They and the city of Shiraz are two of the best things about Iran.
Uzbekistan, one of the most historically underrated countries in the world.
Once the capital of the Algarve region, Silves is one of Portugal’s most historically significant cities.
Putting together a comprehensive guide about the city of Istanbul is an extremely daunting task…which is why yours truly has attempted to do so!
This is Madrid. You will be impressed.
A glimpse at the variety that is India.
Not too far from Porto is the town of Lourosa. Most people, unless they’re really into ornithology, skip it. That however is a mistake.
Sagres is where you can live life on the edge. Literally.