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Well, I really had to search my old Chinese wedding chest for proofs concerning a 4 week trip of all Egypt in the 80s of the last century.  362 more words

Travelling And Discovering

Direct our paths

6/6/06 Our Heavenly Father, thank you for the rest of the night, for the beauty and opportunities of this day. Guide and direct our actions this day – help us to be better listeners – to be more tolerant and patient with others and to be more willing to forgive those we need to forgive.  181 more words


Abu Simbel

Originally, Abu Simbel was carved out of a mountain in the 13th century BC. The construction took 20 years and it served as a lasting monument to the Pharaoh Ramesses II and Queen Nefertari. 61 more words


Egyptology - Travels In The Desert Land

14th March, 2018, Morning

Travelling to Egypt

When our plane flew over the Arabian Desert I saw that the sands over North Yemen was silver. As we flew beyond the Persian Gulf the sands of Arabia appeared Sandy brownish turning to gold wherever it caught the sun and glistened in it. 12,901 more words


Sarı kumlar kızıla çalarken

Abu Simbel, Aswan’ın bir hayli güneyinde yer alan alçak gönüllülük kavramını yanlış tercümeden ötürü müdür yoksa ikinci olmasından gelen kompleks yüzünden midir bilinmez tamamen farklı algılamış Firavun 2. 678 more words


3 Nights in Aswan, Egypt with Kids

Not as widely known as Cairo with the nearby Pyramids of Giza or Luxor with the Valley of the Kings, Aswan still has plenty to offer travelers-kids and adults alike. 1,907 more words


A-Z April Challenge - Abu Simbel

This year for the challenge I will be blogging about some premier sites & sights that I have experienced on my travels abroad.

With ‘A’ I was spoiled for choice – Alhambra & Angkor Wat would have made fine opening subjects, but I plumped for one of the earliest ‘wonders’ that I had viewed. 394 more words

April A-Z Challenge