Posts with the tag nile

You can’t top the pyramids

Written on May 19, 2018 in Egypt

Cairo – November 19th & 20th 2017 How on earth can you top a day exploring the Ancient Pyramids and the Sphinx? Well, you can’t really but you can come pretty close by going back to see more! Mark, Lucas and Taylor went back for more history and culture. Avery and I stayed back as...

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Have you ever climbed inside a pyramid?

Written on May 18, 2018 in Egypt

Cairo – November 18th 2017 Today was to be our big explore day in Cairo. We met up with an old high school friend who is now living in Cairo with her husband and adorable little boy. We piled into two cars and made our way to the pyramids for a day of fun! First...

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No driving rules in Cairo

Written on May 17, 2018 in Egypt

Aswan to Cairo – November 17th 2017 Our last day on the cruise was a quiet day. It actually was check out day and most people trickled off the boat in the morning. Our flight wasn’t until later in the afternoon and the ship allowed us to stay on board and use the facilities for...

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Straight out of a magazine!

Written on May 16, 2018 in Egypt

Luxor to Aswan – November 14th – 16th 2017 We had two rooms on the cruise to accommodate us. More than enough space and all rooms were outside cabins with large windows where you could see the river. Our cruise was fantastic. We had more than enough great food every day and we treated to...

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I can’t believe we saw this much in ONE day!

Written on May 15, 2018 in Egypt

Luxor – November 13th 2017 We finished off our time in Luxor at the Compound, said goodbye to our wonderful hosts and hopped into a cab to take us to the dock where our Nile Cruise was waiting! Yes, we splurged on a cruise. 4 days of all you can eat!! er… I mean, important...

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Luxury in Luxor

Written on May 14, 2018 in Egypt

Luxor – November 10th – 12th 2017 We loved everything about Jordan. Everything from floating in the Dead Sea to the hospitality of the Jordanians. I had been apprehensive to take our family there at first thinking the country was part of the unrest everywhere, but was proved to be so wrong in my initial...

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