In the Omani capital, frankincense permeates into everything, from the commonplace to the unlikely.
Wine is often referred to as the blood of Georgia and is an integral part of the national identity.
Having visited Ahmed Al Fateh Grand Mosque, you remember its splendour, but it is the liberal-minded religiosity that sticks.
The writer and broadcaster talks about absorbing the antiquity of the Turkish capital.
With great landscapes, heritage, food and hotels, Oman ticks all the boxes.
As a writer goes about unearthing Isfahan’s past, he finds himself equally consumed by both, its cultural intrigue and complex cosmopolitanism.
On the menu are Shawarma-parathas and Goan chorizo wraps.
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Laid-back pubs, buzzing clubs, and old-fashioned taverns to drink until dawn.
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