Egypt – A Review of Noga Tours’ 7days/8nights Cairo, Luxor and Aswan Tours which includes a Nile cruise, hotel stays and overnight train
Okay, so my new blog loganleetravels.com seems to be working now. All future posts will be on that blog.
Muscat Overview Muscat is located along the north-eastern coast of Oman. It has a population of 630,000 people, of which 40% are expats. Unlike neighboring Dubai, there are no skyscrapers in Muscat because there are laws limiting the height of buildings and deeming that buildings must comply with tradition and have at least an Arabic-style window… Continue reading Things to Do in Muscat, Oman
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Hi, I’ve moved to a new website: http://loganleetravels.com/. I’ll also be importing my posts from this site to the new one. Ciao!
Although I am from the Caribbean I have never really gone island-hopping aside from a trip to St. Lucia with parents. The opportunity arose to visit Barbados because my friend, Gabby had accummulated many air miles and wanted to use them up. It was also a long weekend and we wanted to go somewhere. So she… Continue reading A Very Short Trip to Barbados (26.06.14-27.06.14)
Day 1 – Flight and Hotel After leaving Barcelona, my friend, Gabby, and I went to London to catch our separate flights to Dublin. She would be arriving a couple hours ahead of me. I had used my British Airways points to buy a reward flight (Club Europe) to Dublin. This was my second visit… Continue reading Four Days in Dublin, Ireland (03.10.14 – 06.10.14)
While living in Oman I got to travel to many countries that were close by. One such country was India. During the weeklong Eid Al Adha break in October, 2007 I made plans with a friend to go to India . The first thing we needed to do was to go to the Indian Embassy… Continue reading My Trip to Pondicherry, India (October, 2007)
I’ve been to Sassafras a few times. It’s a charming little town in the mountains 45 minutes from Melbourne. The road there is long and a bit winding. There are also quite a few areas to go for a hike. In Sassafras the restaurants, boutiques, cafes and stores are all housed in rustic-looking buildings. There is… Continue reading A Visit to Sassafras, Mt. Dandenong
In March I went to a national park called Gumbaya Park. Entrance to the park is 18 AUD. This is a park where you can watch kangaroos and wallabees roam around freely and even feed them (you have to pay 5 AUD to buy feed). There are also other activities to do like go-karting or going… Continue reading Gumbaya Park