Apart from the well-known name tag, Hilton Abu Dhabi is what you’d call a simple way to enjoy life’s little pleasures. Continue reading “Staying at Hilton Abu Dhabi”
Picturesque mountains, sandy beaches, wildlife reserves, shopping, food markets and more – traveling to South Africa is a delight for every traveler. No matter what age group you belong to, you’re sure to find something to do there. Continue reading “Traveling to South Africa: A Memorable Sojourn”
No one is a stranger to the Hilton hotels, so when Hungryoungwoman was invited to Hilton Ras Al Khaimah Resort and Spa to share the experience, my joy knew no bounds!
The emirate is a short drive from Dubai. It takes around an hour and a half max so it doesn’t bother the restless traveler in me. Continue reading “Hilton Ras Al Khaimah Resort and Spa”
I’ve stayed in hotels before, but for some reason never thought of documenting my experiences on the website. However, that’s changed and you might find a new section on Hungryoungwoman now – Unwind With Her Continue reading “When Home is Arabic – Manzil Downtown”
Winter’s coming! The season is our favorite as you can head outdoors and indulge in more coffee, what better excuse to do that? So we thought of being generous and helping you out with some great tips on things to do in Dubai. Best part, they’re all FREE! Yes, it’s possible to enjoy without spending a penny and we will show you just how. Read below: Continue reading “Free outdoor things to do in the U.A.E”
After a successful response to my previous post about Bangkok, I decided to share with you the top 5 things to do in Bangkok. Our visit to the city was for 5 days and I had an itinerary planned long before visiting so we wouldn’t miss out on the top places to see. Continue reading “5 Things to do in Bangkok: Where to Visit and What to See”
I’m just back from my trip to Bangkok, Thailand, a place that is well-known for its bustling atmosphere and of course, food. I’m always on the lookout for cheap places to travel and Bangkok is sure one of them.
First, its currency (Baht) values at 1/10th of that of U.A.E., so the math is easy. Second, Bangkok is one of the places where you can use your bargaining skills to the max and not be looked down upon. And third, food. Obviously. Continue reading “Bangkok under AED 4500 for 2: How to Travel Cheap”