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High Speed Bimble to Abu Simbel

Ever since we got to Aswan we’ve been debating whether to go to this site which was 3 hours each way to get there and you had to go in a police convoy. 405 more words

Egypt

EGYPT – Aswan and Abu Simbel

We paused for a few days at Aswan, more of a hub for touring better known destinations rather than one in and of itself, although few places along the Nile lack remnants of Egypt’s 5,000 years of recorded history. 1,844 more words

Round The World Travel

Our Dream Vacations - Cruising Egypt’s Nile River

Egypt. The land of ancient civilizations, temples and pyramids, and the Nile River – the longest river in the world.

As first-time visitors to Egypt, we love the idea of a guided group tour that includes a cruise on the Nile River. 553 more words

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Kenyan Re-entry

Anticipating something does not always mean being prepared.

We had a wonderful 10 days in South Africa.  It was a delightful surprise.  Its true, I had heard such wonderful things and was expecting wonderful things, but it had exceeded my expectations.  1,153 more words

Nairobi

NAME THAT COUNTRY Episode 33

This site stands alone on the banks of a massive man-made lake. Although hundreds of kilometers from the nearest city, it’s one of the top attractions in the country. 66 more words

Scale

In response to the Daily Post Photo Challenge “Scale.

I took the above picture in Egypt at the Temple of Abu Simbel.

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Exploring Egypt

Growing up, I wanted to become an archaeologist. I wanted to learn more about ancient civilizations, walk where the greats of yesteryear did, discover how they lived, learn their ways and explore those places that were seemingly lost. 1,606 more words