It was a long drive in. As we got closer to our turn off point, we realized we needed to stop for petrol because we wouldn't be able to get any for a couple days. The problem... There was not a petrol station anywhere in sight. We had to turn back. At this point, we [...]
After our grueling journey from Cairo to Kilimanjaro International Airport, which include nearly 4 hours of layover time in the Nairobi Airport, just enough time for a nap and meal, we were in Tanzania, outside of Arusha. We hit the ATM at the airport to get all the cash we could, because despite setting money [...]
fter passing by this stunning, photographic beauty, we wandered out a ways into the desert following the camel and horse tracks. I wanted to see the pyramids from the distance.
So now that we were free of the boat, permanently back on solid ground in Luxor, and loaded up into our driver's car, we were off to Karnak Temple, one of the largest temples in Egypt left to visit. While we drove through the city, I notice how thick the air had become with smoke, [...]
...continued. When we arrived at the boat we were greeted with cool wet towels and free juice upon check in. Our large luggage was put in the grouping with the other passengers and was tagged with our room number. We were given our key and directed to our room. When I booked our passage, online, [...]
We had landed in Aswan after a short hour and half flight. My condition was deteriorating as I felt my sinuses burning in the Sahara Desert, and what felt like a mild fever... although it could have been the 100 degree weather. We headed into baggage claim where I took a seat and waited for [...]
**I don't have as many photos as usual, perhaps because I was out of my comfort zone** Day 26: We woke really early, around 5 AM. We were dressed and ready within close to 30 minutes, and headed down to the garage. I was driving that morning. We were headed south two hours and fifteen [...]