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To visit beautiful Luxor is to be part of one of the oldest traditions. People have been touring this amazing Egyptian city since the ancient Greek and Roman eras. To have that kind of longevity ...
It seems like I am a tourist in a place that I have never visited before, not a tour guide in Egypt. People faces are smiling, saying hello and happy day, they even got a strange since of humor and ...
Experience the transformation of the new Egypt first hand and be a part of modern history as you explore ancient Egyptian history.
You will see in the smiles on the faces of Egyptians, as they go ...
Written by JC, Germany, August 2011
Recent events in Egypt have highlighted tensions between Coptic Christians and the country’s Muslim majority. The Coptics are a tenacious lot, numbering anywhere between 10-23% of the population ...
Written by JC, Germany, February 2012
Egypt has the oldest railway network in Africa, dating back more than one and a half centuries and now covering over 5000 kilometers. Generally efficient, safe and reliable, rail is one of the ...
Written by Hudson, USA, August 2012
As you might expect, a cruise down the Nile River is a trip so special
that it ranks up there with greatest trips in a lifetime. The lifeblood
and greater Africa since the dawn of ...
Written by JC, Germany, September 2012
The city of Suez is located where the canal of the same name enters the gulf. While this city of nearly half a million inhabitants has never been a huge tourist draw, there is now an extra enticement ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, November 2012
Part of Egypt’s Natural Cultural Center in the country’s capital, the Cairo Opera House is the home stage for most of Egypt’s finest musical groups. Located on Gezira Island on the Nile River, this ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, March 2013
The Valley of the Kings in Egypt
is one of the most important and dated historical landmarks in the
world. Containing several tombs belonging to ancient Egyptian pharaohs,
nobles and their ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, February 2013
Understanding the Bedouin of Egypt is an integral part of understanding this historic culture. Mostly living in Sinai, they are easily distinguished by their desert lifestyle, adorned heavily with ...
Written by JC, Germany, January 2012
Abu Simbel is about as far south as you can get in Egypt, lying about 20 miles from the Sudanese border. It’s a remote place, most accessible by plane or by boat from Aswan. Abu Simbel rewards those ...
Written by Cairo Expert: Adel, Egypt, April 2011
The winds of change in Egypt are moving how to restore stolen treasures back to the Egyptian people and the world. More than a dozen treasures stolen from the Egyptian Museum in Cairo were rapidly ...
Written by JC, Germany, June 2012
One of the most enduring Western clichés about the “exotic
East”—along with the harem and the caravanserai of camels making its
stately progress across the desert sands—is that of the souk. A ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, December 2012
As Egypt is a Muslim country, it does not celebrate New Year’s Eve on December 31. However, as Cairo is a tourist Mecca, western bars and restaurants–especially hotels and restaurants–will. KitKat’s ...
Written by JC, Germany, April 2012
Egypt’s second city was once the first choice of foreign visitors to the country, its raffish port charm and Mediterranean sophistication giving it a worldly air, now a little faded. From the great ...
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