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The Importance of Friendship in Bike Tours, The Key To Success

3 Nov 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Melina Mehr

Cycling is not only about having a healthy body and being a good way to get around and transport, but also about making close friends and long-distance gangs is one of the good benefits of this passionate and happy sport.  If you drive a car to your...

A Person with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)

2 Nov 2020 3 minute read 0 comments charmingcherry08

Not everyone is aware with different diseases and disorders in the human body. Not everyone is aware with the possible disorders that is already in them. Not everyone that looks healthy and normal are really healthy and normal. Some people may have d...

Peru Divides the Poor and Rich by a 10 Kilometer Wall

1 Nov 2020 2 minute read 4 comments charmingcherry08

This is not a typical article. This may be a review about this documentary I have watched that I wanted to share with everyone. I got a lot of moral lessons in watching it and I want to write it down and share so I could also promote the documentary...

The Forested Mountains of Northern Iran,  Gilan, Talesh, Pictures

31 Oct 2020 1 minute read 2 comments Melina Mehr

  A long time ago, when I was much younger, I once came to a similar place. Wherefrom below, from inside the city, you could see a tree-covered mountain, and oh my God! How majestic! How beautiful, dreamy, and glorious it was in my eyes! Forest moun...

WHY HE CHOSE ISLAM (USA to EGYPT)

30 Oct 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Drew Binsky

This is the story of a 60-year-old man named Yousaf, who originally comes from L.A., and now lives in Dahab, Egypt. He has a fascinating life story of traveling and living abroad since he was 7, and how he converted to Islam 15 years ago. Yousaf, wh...

This is Saving Zimbabwe's Economy

29 Oct 2020 1 minute read 2 comments Drew Binsky

Have you heard about Zimbabwe's economic crisis lately? If not, then you might be surprised by what I'm about to tell you. In 2008, a loaf of bread in Zimbabwe would cost you more than a TRILLION Zimbabwean Dollars. This extreme hyperinflation led t...

I'm at the SYRIAN BORDER

28 Oct 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Drew Binsky

We have made it to Southern Turkey, and I am instantly obsessed with this place!! It contains everything I love about the world -- amazing hospitality, delicious food, mind-blowing history and beautiful ancient wonders. My friend Anil and I have bee...

A Girl Cyclist in Iran, How a Long Time Dream Turned to Reality (4)

28 Oct 2020 2 minute read 2 comments Melina Mehr

Hiking in the north mountains with a new group and start of a new path in my life ... The mountains had a different look in the fall, and we took a rough, uphill route. Although at the beginning of the journey I seemed a little out of place and feebl...

A Girl Cyclist in Iran, How a Long Time Dream Turned to Reality (3)

27 Oct 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Melina Mehr

Going hiking with a group of men I didn’t know… The twilight of the morning is incredibly gorgeous. And it plunges you into an invisible sense of fascination. As we drove to the hiking spot, I could feel the dark silence of the dying night, which w...

I Ran in the PYONGYANG Marathon (NORTH KOREA)

26 Oct 2020 1 minute read 1 comment Drew Binsky

The highlight of my trip to North Korea was running in the Pyongyang Marathon last April! It was the ONLY time that I was able to leave our tour group, and freely run around the streets of Pyongyang (within the marked-off boundaries). I took full ad...