Foodie Finds: the 5 Best Places to Eat in Abu Dhabi

by Richard Austin / Aug 29, 2008 / 0 comments

Dining out in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates where our family has lived for the past seven years, is a bit different to what many of you (especially in the US) might be used to. 

Seeking Out Adventure in the Middle East

by Veronica Grant / Aug 28, 2008 / 3 comments

First thing Israel and Middle East editor, I have a confession to make...I’m not

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NFT Travel Guides: Hibernian Hijinks



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Book Review of the Week: Italy: spend less see more


As a Special Bonus, Frommer's will give a copy of Italy: spend less see more, to a randomly drawn commenter on this article. Post your comments - you might win!

Welcome to Israel

by AGreene / Aug 27, 2008 / 2 comments

LAX in WMI: Messenger Bag in action

Here at, we're always looking for the Best Travel Products for our members. We've recently partnered with one of

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Hidden Treasures: Neighbors on a Nepalese Bus

For months fellow long-term travelers had warned me that August would be an unpleasant time to visit India.  The weather would be hot, very hot, they’d explain.  What they didn’t say – but what was understood – was that such heat, mixed with the culture stress inherent in a first-time visit to what can be an often raw and dense country, would be a potent combination.

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Go Green Travel Green: A New Way to Travel

Traveling green isn't difficult - it is all about making choices. And, traveling green is important for both our world and our future. I recently found a fantastic site that not only talks about going green, but makes it easy to do so! Go Green Travel Green is an incredible resource for any traveler.

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Eco-Adventure at Kosrae Village

Teaching Abroad Editor Introduction

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Aug 25, 2008 / 1 comments

My name is Andrea Meyers, and I am excited to be the new Teaching Abroad Editor for I spent eight years teaching in U.S. schools in Saipan, Colombia, and Saudi Arabia. While living overseas, I had opportunities to travel in 22 countries on four continents. I still have the travel bug and try to indulge whenever possible.