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Written by Marshall Cossman. In February my wife and I took our first trip to Egypt. It was an eleven day tour sponsored by National Geographic and operated by Abercrombie & Kent. Since we had experience with both companies, we were not surprised with the quality of the trip. Our first three days were spent […]Continue reading
Written by Tom Thrun. Prior to our recent trip to Egypt, I thought that ‘Walk Like An Egyptian’ was just a cute little song from the ’80s. Upon arriving in Cairo, we discovered that it is actually a survival technique. Cairo is a pulsating mass of organized chaos expected to reach a population of twenty […]Continue reading
Written by Denny Custer. Everyone has been to places were they say , “Wow, doesn’t that just suck the breath right out of you?” May we share a couple of those “breath suckers” from our recent Egyptian adventure? Karen and I had an idea to tack Egypt onto the end of a European trip. Like […]Continue reading
Written by Frank Stephenson. Make sure you have plenty of memory for camera or film. Stay hydrated. Drink plenty of water even if you’re not perspiring. Water in hotels is fine to drink, but anywhere else, drink bottled water (even on riverboat). Do not eat any food from the vendors or outside of the restaurants […]Continue reading