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Yes Virginia, It’s Safe To Visit Egypt (And Cheap Too)

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Who says travel bloggers aren’t journalists? Okay, lots of people, but that doesn’t stop a few of them (us) from putting boots on the ground and getting some real reporting done, outside of listing out our top 10 favorite places to drink around the world, or how you can get paid to travel the world […]

I Urge You (Again!) To Go To Egypt

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

In April of this year, I encouraged you to travel to Egypt with Megan Fox. You did not listen to me, and now Egypt’s tourism is on pace to finish 25% down this year, accounting for around a $3 Billion loss of Egypt’s $15 Billion tourist economy. Egypt hasn’t looked this bad since The Mummy […]

How You Fall In Love With A City: Inside Egypt

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

The essence of a city is what makes people fall in love with it. Sure, there are many things to do in an urban center much like there are many things to do everywhere, but it will steal our heart when we get to know the people in it, the blood that pumps through its […]

Is It Possible To Eat Your Way Through Cairo In One Day?

Monday, July 12, 2010

Egyptian cuisine is produced from the melting pot of the Middle East, North Africa and the Mediterranean. It is varied and fascinating, but if you only have one day in Cairo, you can cover the basics. Here’s how. By Robin Graham Breakfast Felfela has been a fixture on the travel circuit in Cairo for not […]

The Ultimate Trip: Cairo To Cape Town . . . By Bike?

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Not one for lounging poolside with a drink in your hand during your vacation (yeah, me either)? How about trying a multi-thousand kilometer bike ride across the world’s second largest continent? You can make it happen with groups like Tour d’Afrique. For a little inspiration, check out the sunset over the Valley of the Kings […]

What’s It Like To Cruise Down The Nile On A Felucca?

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Discover what it’s like to cruise down the Nile on a Felucca, the traditional wooden sailing boat seen all over the longest river in the world. Not much different than how the Egyptians sailed this river for the past 5,000 years, these voyages allow you to take in the Philae Temple, Luxor, and Cairo at […]

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