Middle East Travel Articles
Postcard from Persia – Iran, Middle East
On the way to Iran, John M. Edwards wonders if they play Uncle Wiggly in Tehran.
Along The Templar Trail – Middle East, Europe
Brandon Wilson gives us chapter one of his Along The Templar Trail, due out in January, 2008.
An Education on Life and Culture in Kurdistan, Iraq – Middle East
Eager to see a different side of Iraq, Brian Yamamura receives a positive education from Kurdish university students.
Defying Death (and Stereotypes) in Israel – Middle East
Jennifer Green realizes there's much more to Israel that the images we see on the nightly news.
Jordan: The Switzerland of the Middle East – Jordan, Middle East
Jordan has no oil and is officially a “water poor” nation. But it has one valuable resource in a troubled area - not easy to export, people flock to get it. Andrea Granahan wishes it could be bottled
Israel Airport Mishap – Israel, Middle East
Shawn Venable arrived at Tel-Aviv airport, 3.5 hours early - security was tight and he was flying standby. He made his way to the counter, handed over his passport - and received the shock of his life
Madain Saleh: Arabia’s Hidden Treasure – Saudi Arabia
There is truth in the saying "a picture paints a thousand words". But words and photographs cannot convey fully the beauty and essence of a place. Danny V. Hizon found this to be true when h
He Sings About His Gun – Rijal Alma, Saudi Arabia, Middle East
Mohammed greeted Matt Scott and the party of tourists who had come to see a way of life - a way of life that was diminishing - proud and fierce.
On the Road to Petra – Petra, Jordan
Danny Hizon thinks t
Jordan….No Map, No Guidebook
Don Sparks found Jordan to be one of his favorite countries in an eight country RTW trip.