Las Vegas Resorts

Las Vegas Resorts would satisfy every style and budget you can think of, from the extra cheap to the lavish luxury. You just need to pick the right place for you based on location, taste, and budget. 

Las Vegas Resorts

If you are on a budget and want to save on accommodation, venture outside the strip for great deals. You can try Rio, Hard Rock, Resort World, Palace Station, and Red Rock. Some of them go as low as $20 a night. 

Epic Road Trip Kuwait to Spain

Road Trip - mapAt the age of sixteen, my family embarked on an epic road trip from Kuwait to Spain and back. We enjoyed the beautiful scenery and historical sites, met friendly people, and encountered a few challenges along the way.

The road trip, as intended, was a lot of fun – but it was also educational. I learned about different places and people, and most importantly, I realized that there is a vast world outside my neighborhood.

This trip also ignited my wanderlust for everything new and adventurous.

So, why am I writing about a trip that happened several decades ago? Two reasons: One, I came across a box of old trip photos that brought back memories. Two, I came to realize that this trip had a significant impact on my life and personality. I thought it was essential to commit it to memory.

Mount Baldy Resort

Los Angeles with Mount Baldy - by Alek Leckszas - WikimediaMount Baldy, also known as Mount San Antonio, stands as the highest peak (10,069ft) in the San Gabriel Mountains northeast of Los Angeles.

This snow-capped mountain provides a stunning backdrop to the LA skyline and is visible from both Orange and San Bernardino counties.

Mount Baldy is a popular destination for winter sports, offering hiking trails, skiing, tubing, and cabin rentals.

The first chairlift ride to the Top of the Notch offers a scenic journey, perfect for snowy adventures or sightseeing.

Kom Ombo, Egypt

Egypt - Kom Ombo Temple Nile View After two days in Luxor and a stop at Edfu, we finished the day in Kom Ombo to visit the unique double temple.

The temple was built during the Ptolemaic dynasty, 180–47 BC, and some additions to it were later made during the Roman period.

The temple has two main structures. The southern half was dedicated to the crocodile god Sobek, god of fertility and creator of the world with Hathor and Khonsu.

While the northern part of the temple was dedicated to the falcon god Horus the Elder, this temple is atypical because everything is perfectly symmetrical along the main axis. 

Cairo, Egypt

Egypt - Cairo Skyline from the NileLike most Middle Eastern cities, Cairo is a beautiful mix of old and new. It is possible to find an ultra-modern hotel next to an old building on the same street. 

It is also a mix of people and religions, and this is most obvious in the old city, with historic mosques, churches, bazaars, and citadels. 

Egypt is a country of 110 million – not counting all the tourists, and most seem to live in Cairo's metropolitan area – about 23 million. 

Everywhere you go, too many people are roaming the streets, shopping, going about their daily life, and driving.