Posts Tagged ‘ Arab Spring ’

A taste of the Middle East: part three

Mar 25th, 2012 | By

It’s a been a year since the Arab Spring, but tourists have been slow to return to Tunisia, Egypt et al. For those of you who consider the Middle East off limits, it’s still possible to have a taste of the region. Here Greg and Lucy Malouf, share their recipe for Turkish Delight florentines, with CD-Traveller readers



A taste of the Middle East: part two

Mar 24th, 2012 | By

It’s a been a year since the Arab Spring, but tourists have been slow to return to Tunisia, Egypt et al. For those of you who consider the Middle East off limits, it’s still possible to have a taste of the region. Here Greg and Lucy Malouf, share their recipe for grillled saffron chicken with lemon, chilli and mint. Mmmmmm!



A taste of the Middle East

Mar 23rd, 2012 | By

It’s a been a year since the Arab Spring, but tourists have been slow to return to Tunisia, Egypt et al. For those of you who consider the Middle East off limits, it’s still possible to have a taste of the region… here’s how



Tunisia to invite Prince William and Kate

Nov 9th, 2011 | By

Mr Mehdi Houas, the Tunisian minister of commerce and tourism, revealed today at the Tunisia press conference at World Travel Market that as a result of the Arab Spring, Tunisia has (somewhat unsurprisingly) seen a decrease in tourists.



Keep voting, pleads Israel

Nov 7th, 2011 | By

Israel’s minister of tourism, Stas Misezhnikov, used his country’s press conference at WTM as an opportunity to urge attendees to vote for the Dead Sea in the international contest to find the new Seven Wonders of the World.