On a cruise on the Nile, Marc Atchison enjoys a side trip on a felucca, an ancient boat that was used to transport giant rocks to Cairo to be used in the construction of the great pyramids.
Marc Atchison looks at what Canadian and other international soccer fans can and cannot do when attending the first ever World Cup of soccer in Qatar, which has strict rules we must all follow.
Gale Beeby checks into one of the most unique hotels in the world and finds the state-of-the-art property is right up against a wall that divides people and countries.
Marc Atchison crawls through a 4,600-year-old tunnel to get a glimpse of Egypt’s amazing past and is greeted by a shadowy figure who looks like he stepped out of the pages of history.
TraveLife looks at how new findings in Israel confirm that one of the world's largest-ever earthquakes shook Jerusalem.
Marc Atchison visits Jordan's fabled Petra and discovers the Pink City is one of the most beautiful and revealing places on Earth.
It's not just us humans getting injections these days. Jerusalem's Western Wall, a.k.a. the Wailing Wall, is also getting jabs to help preserve it for future generations.
Amy Laughinghouse visits a bohemian beach town where Arabs and Western hippies enjoy the melting pot medina.
U.S.-based journalist Michael Solender fondly recalls a 2014 visit to Iran, the incredible things he saw, the people he met and wonders if he'll ever be able to return.
Writer Gilly Pickup discovers that Tunisia and its largest city, Tunis, are welcoming tourists again after an horrific terrorist attack.