By now you’re probably well aware that the big events of the year are coming to a close and the season is starting to move into the new year.
It’s time to get your life in order and start planning for the holidays.
That means going shopping, taking a day trip, going to the cinema or just enjoying some family time.
But what if your favourite holiday is in a different part of the world?
Well, it can be a little confusing when you’re travelling, so I’ve put together a list of the top holiday destinations in Asia, the Middle East and Africa that you can head to this year and see what it’s all about.
Read more List of Top Holiday Destinations in Asia For the next few weeks, I’ll be travelling around Asia and the Middle-East to highlight the best destinations that are all part of this year’s “Holiday Season”.
The top destination for 2018 will be announced in the coming days.
Here’s what you need to know to get there.
Baghdad: The capital of Iraq is the largest city in the country.
It has a vibrant nightlife and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the region.
The city is known for its large Shia Muslim population and its rich culture and history.
Baghdad has the most tourist attractions in Iraq.
It is home to the historic Old City, which includes the Tomb of Imam Hussein and the Bab al-Mandeb.
The Bab al Mandeb is the main site of the famous battle between Imam Hussein’s army and the Ottoman Empire in 1916.
The site is located in the Old City of Baghdad, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Old City is a major tourist attraction and a UNESCO site.
The famous site is home of the Tomb Of the Unknown Warrior and is also a UNESCO Heritage Site (the site is only accessible by car from the city center).
There are numerous monuments and temples in the area.
The ancient site is one the most important archaeological sites in the Middle Ages, and the tombs of many important figures are also found there.
The history of the Old city is also the subject of many books and articles.
The Tomb of the Unknown warrior is located at the entrance to the Old World Heritage Area.
The cemetery and other burial sites for the fallen soldiers are also located at this site.
Baghdad is also home to many ancient ruins, including the ruins of the ancient Roman Forum, a huge, rectangular building that stands today.
It was the headquarters of the Roman military.
Baghdad was the capital of the Ottoman empire from 1603 until 1918.
It became the Ottoman Republic of Iraq from 1919 until the end of the First World War.
The capital is one part of Iraq, and it is one reason why people from all over the world flock to the country and its cities.
Baghdad’s population has grown since its independence from the Ottoman Ottoman Empire.
In addition to the city’s tourist attractions, there are also several historic sites that make up the Old Baghdad.
For example, the Old Bab al Anfal mosque and the Temple of the Holy Qur’an are two of the holiest sites in Islam.
Other historical sites include the ancient citadel of the Prophet Muhammad, the Prophet’s birthplace, and other holy sites.
There are also a number of archaeological sites.
The most famous among them are the Tomb and the Old Museum of the Imam Hussein.
These are the most significant archaeological sites of the city.
There is a significant amount of archaeological and historical interest in the city, so it is advisable to visit this place when planning your visit.
Haiti: Haiti is a country located in North America and Central America.
It lies on the east coast of the Caribbean Sea, at the foot of the St. Lawrence River and at the confluence of two rivers.
Haiti is one country in the Caribbean Region of the Americas.
Haiti’s history is rich and diverse, and has been inhabited by various peoples for thousands of years.
The country has been the cradle of slavery and colonialism, but it has also developed a rich culture.
The majority of Haitians are descendants of slaves and the country has one of its oldest indigenous cultures.
There’s a rich history of art, culture, and commerce.
There were also some notable people that helped shape the country’s development and the independence of Haiti from the United States and the European powers.
Madagascar: Madagascar is a tiny country in Central Africa.
It borders the Democratic Republic of the Congo and neighbouring countries.
The island nation is known as a paradise for the world’s wildlife.
There have been sightings of the endangered white rhino and other endangered species of African wildlife in the last few years.
There has been an increase in the poaching of elephants and other African animals in recent years.
In 2014, a French film was released called “Mafé à l’Aïole” (“Mafia of the Ivory Coast”), about the story of a French man who smuggled elephants out of Africa. In 2013,