Taking a bicycle, segway, or walking tour not only reduce your carbon footprint, it also takes you to places that bus and coaches can't, lets you access the hidden nooks and crannies of Berlin and get to know the city in a more intimate way.
William from the UK reviews our tour going to Nazareth, Tiberias, and Sea of Galilee. The trip itself lived up to everything we expected, however, leaving from Jerusalem led to a very long journey before and after the main excursion.
The faces of food in Kuala Lumpur… Did we manage too see all? Not by a long stretch! But my favorite was Kopi O sold in roadside foodshops: rich and dark, with a startling sweet aftertaste; this is one instance where drinking the dregs is not bit.
Tables spill out into the sidewalk—all the better to enjoy the bustling metropolitan life. On my first night in Kuala Lumpur, our taxi driver asked me and my friend how many days or weeks we will be staying.