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Posts Tagged ‘Egypt’

[1: 1,054 of 10,000] Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting

In Photo on June 18, 2013 at 12:00 AM

Fleeting

For the Egyptian locals these fleeting scene leading to a famous mosque is quite ordinary but for a traveler who is seeing Cairo for the first time like me found it extremely interesting and I exquisitely took in the experience and its essence.

[1: 568 of 10,000] Beat Up Meter

In Photo on March 3, 2012 at 9:45 AM

This is a photo of a beat up taxi meter that fits the theme Distorted for WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge.

If the meter is that beat up expect that the whole taxi is quite beat up too but running. I can’t believe I was able to bear riding it in the first place but I guess it was the best option if I wanted to feel an actual life in Egypt. Riding a taxi but don’t bother checking the meter because it’s always a negotiation whenever you ride one.

[1: 419 of 10,000] Define A Magnificent Performer

In Photo on October 31, 2011 at 12:01 AM

This man just gave a magnificent Sufi Whirling Dance (a form of meditation) and it left me in AWE! He was amazing and all the audience filled the place with warm and delighted applause.

[1: 385 of 10,000] Weekly Photo Challenge: Sunset

In Photo on September 30, 2011 at 8:14 PM

[1: 326 of 10,000] Weekly Photo Challenge: Entrance

In Photo on August 12, 2011 at 7:18 PM


The Egypt Museum gate looked so opulent and fit for the Weekly Photo Challenge: Entrance. The content of the museum says more than the gold and black railing, a proof of history worth knowing.

[1: 318 of 10,000] Weekly Photo Challenge: Mountains

In Photo on August 7, 2011 at 6:29 PM

The photos below were the mountainous surrounding of St. Katherine Monastery in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt as a contribution for WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Mountains

The place was indeed peaceful and amazing to see a replanted tree from the burning bush.

[1: 269 of 10,000] Choosing A Seat

In Article on June 30, 2011 at 4:47 PM

WordPress The Daily Post asked: Do you prefer the aisle or window when traveling? Why?

Psychologist will always find a significant meaning on whether you choose one or perhaps for not choosing at all; I guess I will be accused with multiple personalities because I choose or not choose anything depending on the circumstance –


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