A window to peep in Ancient Egypt’s history While tours of Aswan, Luxor, Valley of Kings, Gizza Pyramids, and Alexandria give you one on one experience of the gigantic structures … Continue reading Cairo Museum
The landmark of a magnificent engineering feat Journey back to Cairo from Alexandria was comparatively quick. I was on my last leg for a couple of days in Egypt. I … Continue reading Pyramids..
Pompey’s Pillar, repesentating Alexander’s lost empire
Abu Simbel, a marvel of Ancient masterpiece survived because of today’s engineering Continued from Karnak and Luxor Temples blog… I had to leave many things, unvisited in Luxor due to … Continue reading Aswan: Third largest Egyptian city
God of Pharaohs, Amun Ra Karnak, Temple complex: Yesterday was dazed with Egypt’s royalty through Pharaohs, Queens, and Noble’s tombs. The way those were skilfully planned during those days was … Continue reading Luxor, Egypt – City of Temples
Egypt is structured as per rising and setting sun which resembles to birth and death of a person. On eastern side of Egypt is all temples dedicated to Amun Ra … Continue reading Royal Egypt’s Rising side – East
Every Shipwreck’s port hole has a history to peep in… Pristine Blue waters of Red Sea: Just like any other city in the world, Hurgadha is as cosmopolitan as Mumbai. … Continue reading Egypt’s Mystery – Under the Red Sea
Not to forget Red Sea… Egypt, a country as ancient as India. This country was on my radar of travel for a long. Once I started traveling abroad, it came … Continue reading Egypt – Pharaohs, Pyramids, and Mummies..