The land that gave birth to the first great civilization needs no introduction. The pyramids, minarets, the Nile – Egypt’s scope is magnificent.

Visitors are surprised to discover that these legendary pyramids are only the tip of the iceberg archeology. Pharaonic Nations, the ancient Greeks, Romans, Christians, and Arab dynasties have played a role in shaping the shame of Egypt’s rich architecture.

Zumba chaos of Cairo around a medieval core has remained unchanged since the days of the founding of Islam. Upstream Luxor, the site of ancient Thebes, is aligned with the labyrinths of burial chambers opulent and boasts some of the most imposing monuments of all antiquity. Further south of Aswan, even more impressive temples geometrically write a testimony to the power of gods and pharaohs archaic omnipotent. This is where the Nile is best explored on ancient sailing in a felucca (Egyptian sailboat) at the hands of the currents and prevailing winds.

To the west, the ocean of sand of Egypt extends infinitely in the Sahara, with a handful of isolated islands oasis of green power. Hivelike medieval fortresses, shrink here, interspersed with fountains and bubbles ghostly rock formations. Meanwhile, deep, clear waters of the Red Sea are awash in bright coral, surrounded by a frenzy of underwater aquatic life. In the deserts of the interior of the Sinai, visitors can climb the mountain where God was speaking with Moses, and spend his last days in happiness idyllic coastal backpacker in Dahab Shangri-La.
Although one of the most politically stable countries in the region, Egypt today is not without conflict. Thirty years of authoritarian rule, a shadow economy and rising cost of living fan the flames of social discontent. However, the Egyptians are a tough lot, and visitors make the trip here is ancient history until modern hospitality.


Defying all logic, the world 105-the largest country is also one of the most instantly recognizable. Think psychedelic Che Guevara murals and Buick antediluvian American guy hitting bongos and older men down dominoes, the queues outside ration shops and communist cadres smoking Montecristo thickness. Cuba has a way of going against the tide. This is all part of its historical makeup of its dynamism, of its intrinsic beauty.

Travel here requires not only a passport, money and a good sturdy backpack, but also requires flexibility, creativity, good humor, patience and a healthy sense of adventure. Speak Spanish, though not a prerequisite, is certainly a great advantage, and allow you to travel farther and dig deeper than the average tourist.

The language skills of band, Cuba remains an easy country to travel and there are few barriers stopping you from wandering more or less as you choose. A slight loosening of the screws since Raul Castro took power in February 2008 has allowed Cubans access to mobile phones and entry into hotels for tourists, ie, interaction with people is now more simple and often surprisingly candid.



Havana is an isolated incident. Sitting pretty as the largest city and more lively in the Caribbean, its romantic atmosphere and infectious energy are the stuff of legend. Where else can you find old American cars current Russian Lada engines, ration shops bright palaces opposed colonial and revolutionary slogans drowned all night parties?


Mauritius is a fascinating world-in-one piece of island paradise. Its very name conjures images of tropical luxury and stupendous extravagance. While many destinations famed for cobalt blue seas, white sand beaches and luxury hotels, at some point be found wanting something to do besides sunbathing and swimming, it is often difficult to know what to do next in Mauritius. The island is full of historical sites, cultural diversity, geographic variation and almost limitless activities to distract you from the daily grind of beach and pool. But perhaps its greatest single asset is the quiet charm of its people warm and welcoming.

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Mauritius is the most developed of the Mascarene Islands, but with a little effort and ingenuity you can escape the crowds and find your own plot. The smells, the noise and bustle of the commercial capital of Port Louis, the richest city in Africa, not far away, while the clothing markets in the cities occupied central plateau of four terminals and Curepipe and spectacular forests Black river Gorges National Park is pristine Mauritius belie just another beach destination. But what beaches! From the impressive shell sand lagoons and popular wide public beaches in the picturesque islands off the coast of the country, there’s really something for everyone here. Add to this the joys of Chinese cuisine, Indian, French and African rhythm music enthusiast mowing and infectious party spirit of the premises, and soon understand why Mauritius is really the idea of so many people of paradise on earth.  a fabulous place to stay might be Tyvabro Guesthouse with very cheap rooms ,great place         check  for the latest  – more expensive but also great to stay is the Indian Resort with good value prices and beautiful view and pool



In late 2007 there was a deep rumble in the tropical waters of the Bay of Bengal. A few hours after the cyclone Sidr crushing southwest of Bangladesh, the world’s media and aid organizations were under way and Bangladesh was about to find itself pulled out of the darkness, and again feature the world community as a “basket case” a classic (as Henry Kissinger once described the country) of a disaster. The images and stories that emerged from Bangladesh, at this time showed an entire country on its knees, but that was only half true a few hours after the storm hit, most of the country was back up and running .

This was not the first time that Bangladesh had been dismissed as a nation without hope, and probably not the last. But no matter what the opinion of the rest of the world is this dynamic country proudly considers himself to be an active participant in an increasingly global community. Despite his stuttering development and weight of the historical tragedy it entails, is a nation responsible for the perseverance and promise, and one we can all learn a thing or two. To the great irony is that while the images of devastation were broadcast nightly in Western households and spoke of a humanitarian disaster, no one bothered to say that Bangladesh could make the good news. In the years before the cyclone Sidr, the country has been quietly doing something considered impossible in the rich western countries – the prohibition of all petrol and diesel vehicles from large cities (and, if things are going to plan, the entire nation) and its replacement with cleaner alternatives. If you struggle for air filter is not enough, have also banned plastic bags and created a wave of national parks and protected areas.

The same is true for the country’s tourism profile. Most of the world considers to Bangladesh to be a flat pan country. However, within this framework page are primitive swamps filled Tiger Sundarbans National Park, unseen relics of long forgotten Buddhist kingdoms in Rangamati, lush tea plantations and creepy about Srimangal groups, tribal faces Burma Bazaar glorious beaches that stretch for Cox eternity, freshwater dolphins and whales in deep waters, and some of the most open-hearted people who will never have the honor of meeting. This is a country where the real adventure is not only a possibility but a certainty. You can chug under a mile wide, brown river snail on a ship of the 19th century, fish with otters, and honey hunting the world’s deadliest. All this in a country whose highest peak is as high as the highest mountain in Scotland.
Just goes to show how much the world must learn about the country trendsetter, impressive and hard working is Bangladesh.