Singapore: Sightseeing, Food and Durian

Singapore was a city of contrasts.  From the bustling ethnic districts of Chinatown and Little India to the cool calm of the Botanic Gardens, to the sophistication of Clarke Quay and the financial district.  From sweltering humidity to torrential rain, often changing...

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Marco Polo and Korcula

Most historians agree that Marco Polo (1254-1324) was born in Venice, but the old walled town of Korcula, on an island of the same name off the Croatian coast, has a strong rival claim. The evidence for either birthplace is not conclusive. On the one hand, Marco Polo...

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A Trip to Al Ain

It was in Al Ain that we had lunch in a little back street cafe, whose other customers were all Arabic men.  Most of them were playing cards or backgammon and smoking shish, and were quite happy when I asked if I could take their photograph. With a bit of sign...

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Eating Out in Muscat

Although Muscat is growing as a holiday destination, most tourists confine themselves to the coastal area of Qurm and find their culinary needs well catered for in the many hotels. However, for anyone who chooses, as we did, to venture further afield, eating out in...

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