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Travelling in Southeast Europe? Here’s What You Should Definitely Do!

But could you believe that while Paris and Italy and England are extremely popular locations, they definitely aren’t the best ones in Europe to visit? In fact, South East Europe offers some of the wildest, most picturesque places on the continent. Now,…
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Egypt Travel Photos – Pyramid of Djoser (The Step Pyramid)

The Pyramid of Djoser is the oldest Pyramid in Egypt, which was built about 4,700 years ago. Located at Saqqara Egypt, northwest of the city of Memphis, the 6-tier, 4-sided structure is the earliest colossal stone building in Egypt.…
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Egypt Travel Photos: Memphis

Ancient Memphis was the homeland of creator God Ptah, God of the arts, architecture and crafts. The UNESO world heritage site is the first Egyptian capital in history. Today above the ancient memphis lies the modern town of Mit Rahina, that's…
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Egyptian Museum

There are many Egypt ancient antiques in the British Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. But it was a really a different experience to see all these historical treasures in the country…
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Egypt Travel Photos – Coptic Cairo

Coptic Cairo is a part of old Cairo that comprises many ancient coptic churches, historical sites and a Jewish Synagogue. This part of Cairo is definitely cleaner and more pleasant to look at. The Convent of Saint George The…
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Egypt Travel Photos: Mosque of Muhammad Ali

There are many distinguished mosques along the way during my middle east trip. To me, the Mosque of Muhammad Ali has the most WOW factor. No matter which direction you are from approaching the Cairo city, The great Mosque of Muhammad Ali…
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Egypt Travel Photos – Luxor Temple

Luxor Temple was the last stop of my Nile Cruise tour. Now I understand why older people lover travelling by cruise. It's the comfort, the convenience and the glorious food served on the cruise ship. Maybe I'm officially old, running around…
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Egypt Travel Diary – Karnak Temple

Gigantic Obelisks, rows of statues and impressive Egyptian pillars. On another bright sunny day, I walked into the breathtaking Karnak temple complex. This is believed to be the second most visited Egyptian sites right after…
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Egypt Nile Cruise – Colossi of Memnon – Temple of Hatshepsut

It's been a year since my trip to Egypt and I still have lots of photos to upload. That 5 star nile cruise was definitely the most enjoyable part of the whole trip in Egypt because Cairo is somewhat a let down. :) As much as I'm adventurous…
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Egypt Photo Dairy – The Temple of Edfu

After visiting Kom Ombo temple, we sailed to Edfu and toured the temple of Edfu, also know as the temple of Horus. It is the largest temple dedicated to Horus. If you've heard the tales related the age old conflict between Horus and Seth, you'll…
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Egypt Photo Diary – Kom Ombo Temple

I'm slacking off and not updating my Egypt travel photos on the blog as quickly as I wished for, but it's better late than never right? After visiting the amazing Abu Simbel, my driver took me back to the cruise. Oh how I enjoyed my spacious,…
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Nile Cruise – High Dam -Philae temple & First Bitter Taste Of Traveling In Egypt

After visiting Saint Catherine Monastery, we continued our journey to Cairo. The road trip to Cairo was long but I looked out the car window with great interest. The Egyptian land! Africa! The part of world I always wanted to travel to! Can…
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A Painful Boarder Crossing and First Stop In Egypt – Saint Catherine’s Monastery

My whole Middle East trip was safe, no gun shot, bomb scare or anything like that. Security check was very stringent in Israel but you can still travel solo freely without being harassed. So I really appreciated Israel and consider it was the…
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Climb Petra Monastery From The Secret Entrance

I nearly didn't make it to see Petra Monastery on top of the mountains. Temperature in Elate Israel on the day I left was 43 degrees and the climb to Petra Monastery requires at least 6 hours to and from the main entrance of Petra tourist centre.…