We’ve seen a lot of amazing ruins of the world during our 18 years of traveling. These are our first-hand accounts of ancient cities and ruins that we have seen and explored with our own eyes. Ancient Ruins of the World As I go through all that there is yet to see I find that we have barely scratched the surface…. Read More
Travel Tips for Egypt. Egypt is a country in Northern Africa linking Africa with the Middle East. It is famous for its pyramids and deserts.
Cairo based travel blogger Dee Nowak, shares her insider tips on how to travel to Cairo, Egypt slowly. This slow travel guide takes you away from the chaos and usual whirlwind tours taken by tourists. Introducing Cairo, Egypt We had been given strict instructions before getting off the tour bus: “Meet back in the parking lot entrance if we get… Read More
If you thought you would find the best beaches in the world on a Caribbean island or somewhere in the far east, then you haven’t see Egypt’s beaches yet. El Gouna, Egypt is my favourite beach stop. With the Red Sea extending for the length of the whole eastern border of the country, you have lots of options for the… Read More
Whether you are on a budget or hoping for a luxurious getaway or maybe even you are looking for the perfect destination for your family vacation, Alexandria, Egypt is a perfect choice for you. This guide gives you all the information you need about Alexandria to make it your next stop when you visit the Middle East. About Alexandria, Egypt… Read More
In a hotel lobby at the red sea resort of Hurgarda terrorists stabbed three tourists. At the Great Pyramids in Giza two policemen were shot dead. A few days earlier, gunmen had fired on Israeli tourists as they boarded a bus. Maybe I should have been frightened. Open Mind in Egypt Egypt is not like England. People discard litter on… Read More
Not so long ago my idea of traveling was a week holiday in a European city, visiting the main attractions and doing lots of shopping and coming home happy. I have done this with my family a couple of times, and it was enjoyable, though I always felt compelled to do more! I had the urge to stay longer and… Read More