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The Highest Mountain In Jordan – Jabal Umm ad Dami Hiking in Wadi Rum

How is it to climb the highest mountain in Jordan? How to organize the unique Wadi Rum trekking trip that not many people heard about? Jabal Umm ad Dami is one of the best places for hiking in Wadi Rum. It offers striking views to Wadi Rum’s rugged landscape, the Red Sea and even Saudi Arabia’s vast desert. In fact, the mountain is located only a few hundred meters from the border with this country. Want to have an extraordinary experience during Wadi Rum hiking? Go on top of the Jabal Umm ad Dami. Find out exactly how to do it in the guide below.

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Perfect Jordan Itinerary – How To Spend Amazing 10 Days In Jordan?

Deciding on the perfect Jordan itinerary, that would cover all of the important places is not an easy task.  With an overload of things to see, it’s hard to fit it all in 10 days in Jordan and at the same time, to spend enough time in each of the places. Spoiler alert: there is a lot to do in Jordan! We tried to balance all Jordan has to offer from mesmerizing historical sites to breath-taking hikes to visiting the Sea(s). You can find our exact route in Jordan with an explanation of places and additional alternatives below.

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How I Travelled To 14 Countries In 2018 – A Year In Review

A lot can happen during a year. And a lot has happened in 2018 for me, especially travel-wise. I managed to visit 14 countries and many amazing places, still working full time as a geologist in Oslo and even after I broke my leg in Svalbard.  It was also a first full year of living in Norway. How did I manage and how did it all go? Was it worth it? Read my year in review for 2018.

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Norway Oslo winter guide: Best Things to Do in Oslo in Winter

Fluffy snow, sparkling fairy lights, fire crackling in the wooden houses. The magic of silence, the outdoor winter activities, Christmas markets, and comfort food. Oslo in winter is a magical city. Find out the best things to do in Oslo in winter. Continue reading “Norway Oslo winter guide: Best Things to Do in Oslo in Winter”

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6 Best Day Trips from Helsinki For Outdoor and Culture Lovers + How To Get There

There’s so much more to see around Helsinki, Finland than just the Finnish capital. The national parks, the islands, the cute old towns, the fortress, and even the places across the borders. Don’t miss out and explore Finland and beyond with the top suggestions for day trips from Helsinki.

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Top Places to Visit in Bath You Cannot Miss – Travel Guide to the charming English town

Set amongst the hilly English countryside, Bath, the only place in the UK with natural hot springs and honey-coloured architecture is packed with historic sites, museums, cute cafes and rewarding walks. Explore the best places to visit in Bath on a day trip or on a weekend. 

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What places to visit in Portsmouth, UK – explore the coastal England

The historic harbour, buzzing seaside and the high tower offering stunning views of the area are only a few examples of places to visit in Portsmouth, England. Find out what places to visit in Portsmouth and why you should travel to the south coast of England.

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Kenya charity visit in local village and how to sponsor a child in Africa

When you travel, you see a lot of inequality, injustice, poverty. You start to understand how privileged you are to even go to school, to work, and then, to travel.  This text is for all the others, who don’t have that chance. Continue reading “Kenya charity visit in local village and how to sponsor a child in Africa”