Aiman's Adventures

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Arizona certainly holds a special place in my heart, as it is home to my alma mater — I’ve lived here for a few years back in the late 90s while attending university. I came back to visit many times since then of course as I’ve had some friends in the area, and also just…

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Abu Dhabi

As I have lived in the UAE for several years (mainly Dubai), I have visited this capital city on various occasions and saw some of the unique attractions such as the Grand Mosque, Emirates Palace, Corniche/Marina waterfront area, Yas Island & Ferrari World, as well as the modern architecture all around. I was also fortunate…

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I visited the Greek capital in the winter of 2013, near Christmas time. I had the luck of visiting the famous Acropolis temple during a cloudy sunset, and saw some stunning vies of the ancient ruins and the the whole city bathed in golden sunlight. Also walked around the bustling lit up with decoration for…

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I visited this charming Scottish capital in the summer of 2014, and was taken by its elegant Gothic architechtural style with lots of modernity mixed in. Lucked out with a nice sunny day here and had a chance to capture the essence and deep historical cultures of this city in some photos. Took an open…

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I’ve certainly visited the “City of Lights” on a number of occasions, as there is always something more to see or do here. Paris really needs no intro or explanation as it’s such a well-known place, receiving millions of eager tourists each year. As it’s famous sites and musuems are thoroughly covered by travel review…

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I visited this elegant city in the summer of 2015 (planned it for a summer of course, winters here to be avoided!) Neighboring both mountain and sea, this area offer some spectacular scenic views in addition to being a chic European capital with touches of history as well. I especially like the famous Opera House…

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I visited this lovely city in October 2010, fortunately in time for the country’s National Day (10/10) which features lots of cultural celebrations and displays. On this short visit I had a chance to visit the famous Taipei 101 tower (by evening only) and also the popular night markets full of colorful street foods. Arriving…

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I visited Osaka along with other Japanese cities in October 2013. The biggest thing that caught my attention here was the extensive street shopping district in the middle of town known as Namba — literally the lighted and buzzing streets stretch out as far as the eye can see! (click on any photos to enlarge…

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First visited this huge, bustling city in 2013, then came back several times in the following years for some business trips. I was surprised by how modern it has become, though still having roads choked by traffic congestions. I toured many parts of city including the historic monuments, coast side, and central financial district. The…

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I visited this enchanting capital city of Ireland in the summer of 2014, and had a good look around to soak in the lifestyle and culture. Was fortunate to have good weather during my time here and was able to sit comfortably on open-top bus tour of the area and do lots of walking as…

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I visited Georgia in 2015 during some torrential rainstorms shich caused a bit of flooding — stil I managed to look around most parts of the capital city though wasn’t able to trek the nearby mountains. Tbilisi (meaning “warm water” in the local language) is a nice place to visit, surrounded by nature and flowing…

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I came to Portugal in 2015 as part of a family trip. Lisbon has its special charm as the historic capital of a global maritime empire, with a legacy of daring discovers and explorers like da Gama and Magellan. Neighboring the Atlanic ocean, the city has maintained its cultural and religious visual identity with a…

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