Category Archive: Egypt

Photo of the Week Egypt

July 16, 2010 10 Comments »

In the Spotlight – Egypt I’m embarrassed to say that I don’t even know where this was shot.  Sure, I know I was in Egypt in yet another temple, but I had my overdose of temples much earlier in my stay, so I stopped really keeping track.  As I wandered around yet another temple I […]

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McDonalds and the RTW Traveler

May 27, 2010 86 Comments »

The McDonalds stigma is strong...

It has to be said…and this may be controversial… Eating at McDonalds in a foreign country does NOT make you a despicable traveler. In all honestly – up until I took my career break and traveled around the world, I would have scoffed at that statement. I thought Americans who ate at McDonalds while traveling […]

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Photo of the Week – Sinai Egypt

May 14, 2010 3 Comments »

Color Canyon Hike in the Sinai Region of Egypt The wind had formed the sandstone of Color Canyon in Sinai Egypt is a memorable hike.  The canyon floor ‘trail’ was sometimes wide and sometimes very, very narrow. As you walked through the cannon and followed the path of the wind, you saw the various colorful […]

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Yella! Moving on from Egypt

August 2, 2007 3 Comments »

Photo: The many towers of the Mohammad Ali Mosque in Cairo For the ‘best of’ Egypt Photography – click here! For all pictures of Cairo and other Egypt oddities – click here! Egypt was a quick stop for me – 2 weeks, but I covered a lot of ground. I went from South to North, […]

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Living to Die – Tombs of Egypt

July 31, 2007 3 Comments »

For the ‘best of’ Egypt Photography – click here! For all snapshots of the Valley of the Kings and the Great Pryamids – click here! One of my favorite sayings to live by is “work to live” – it’s really what I tried to follow while living and working in NYC. Quite frankly – I […]

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