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Israel, The Holy Land

There is a magical land located in the Middle East; it is but a relatively small dot on the map, but has played an enormous role politically and religiously throughout recorded... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 06-10-16


Swim with Dolphins: Good Idea?

It doesn’t take much looking these days when exploring travel options to come across adventures involving animals. There are LOTS of photos of people smiling with a wide variety of animals... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 02-10-16


Everything You Need to Know About Alexandria, Egypt

Whether you are on budget or hoping for a luxurious getaway or maybe even you are looking for the perfect destination for your family vacation, Alexandria is a perfect choice for... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 23-09-16


The Unexpected Delights of Egypt by Keeping an Open Mind

In a hotel lobby at the red sea resort of Hurgarda terrorists stabbed three tourists. At the Great Pyramids in Giza two policemen were shot dead. A few days earlier, gunmen... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 14-05-16


5 Reasons to Visit Egypt Other than the Pyramids

St. Catherine’s Monastery (photo: Vyacheslav Argenberg) A visit to Egypt reminds us of the dawn of civilization and the ancient customs that shaped our early history. Structures like the Pyramids and the... Read More

Travel Post by Go Backpacking on the 10-05-16


The Hardest Place in the World to Visit

The covering has the disconcerting effect of obnubilating as well as illuminating the woman behind it. Shrouded in black niqab and ankle-length abaya, she floats towards me. Behind, her friends are... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 06-05-16


Photo of the Week: Sunrise over Sinai

Sunrise from the Summit of Mount Sinai, Egypt This week’s travel photo was captured at sunrise after we hiked throughout the night to reach the summit of Mount Sinai, an iconic biblical... Read More

Travel Post by Traveling Canucks on the 30-10-15


From the Traditional Farming to Luxurious Spas – Touring the Mennonite Region of Southern Ontario

The Mennonite region in southern Ontario around the Village of St. Jacob’s is a captivating traditional, rustic area yet with the amenities of the modern age. For those who enjoy history... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 23-08-15


Solo Travel Destination: Egypt

No amount of research could have prepared this Solo Travel Society member for the beauty, history, and tragedy of real life in Egypt. The post Solo Travel Destination: Egypt appeared first... Read More

Travel Post by Solo Traveler on the 14-08-15


A night trek to the summit of Mount Sinai, Egypt

Hike to the Summit of Mount Sinai, Egypt Today we’d like to share our story from a night trek to the summit of Mount Sinai, an iconic biblical destination said to be the place... Read More

Travel Post by Traveling Canucks on the 08-08-15


What Visiting The Valley Of The Kings In Egypt Is Really Like

Egypt is a country of myth and legend; of places that exist in the collective imaginations of the world and that seem impossible to occupy space in the real world.... Read More

Travel Post by LandLopers on the 10-06-15


Love At First Sight: Exploring Karnak and Luxor in Egypt

Egypt is just one of those places where special moments seem to be found around every corner. The country enjoys an embarrassment of riches when it comes to ancient sites... Read More

Travel Post by LandLopers on the 16-04-15


Guide To Diving The Red Sea In Dahab, Egypt

The post Guide To Diving The Red Sea In Dahab, Egypt appeared first on Johnny Africa. ... Read More

Travel Post by Johnny Africa on the 15-04-15


Temples, Mummies, and Pyramids: Visiting Egypt’s Sights

The post Temples, Mummies, and Pyramids: Visiting Egypt’s Sights appeared first on Johnny Africa. ... Read More

Travel Post by Johnny Africa on the 09-04-15


Ultimate Egypt Travel Guide

From the most ancient of pyramids and temples, to wandering oases in the desert, to chilling out and exploring the beautiful reefs of the Red Sea, Egypt has it all. From the... Read More

Travel Post by Johnny Africa on the 09-04-15


Solo Travel Destination: Giza, Egypt

Fulfilling a lifelong dream, this Solo Travel Society member visits the Pyramids of Giza, rides a camel in the Sahara, and tours the Egyptian Museum. The post Solo Travel Destination: Giza,... Read More

Travel Post by Solo Traveler on the 03-04-15


Photo of the Week: Saint Catherine’s Monastery, Egypt

Saint Catherine’s Monastery, Egypt This week’s travel photo was captured while descending from the summit of Mount Sinai, an iconic biblical destination said to be the place where Moses received... Read More

Travel Post by Traveling Canucks on the 27-03-15


Zac’s Last Travel Birthday

Zac was nine when we started travelling. He spent his tenth birthday in Brisbane, ice-skating with me and his dad. I didn’t take pictures of that. He spent his eleventh birthday... Read More

Travel Post by EscapeArtistes on the 02-08-14


Decision Time

Only months after Mongolia, the death drop is Zac’s second near-death experience within a year. I am crystal-clear when I wake up in the morning – yes, even before coffee!... Read More

Travel Post by EscapeArtistes on the 19-07-14


Death Drop in the Blue Hole

With hindsight, it was not the best idea to take my 12-year-old son into Dahab’s Blue Hole, a dive site which claims the lives of adults regularly – albeit usually adults... Read More

Travel Post by EscapeArtistes on the 15-07-14


When Travelling Kids Hit Their Teens

I’d heard that something happened to travelling kids when they hit their teens – that they became averse to longterm travel, unwilling to make new friends and desirous of (eek!) settling... Read More

Travel Post by EscapeArtistes on the 13-07-14


Why Diving Dahab Rocks

Diving Dahab the visibility is always stellar, the colours crystal clear. Looking up through the Canyon, the sun beams a bright, bright blue – at night, you can watch a full... Read More

Travel Post by EscapeArtistes on the 07-07-14


Sun, Sea, Sand, Scuba – Sinai! In Association with HolidayGems

South Sinai is like nowhere else in Egypt: a stark landscape of desert and mountains, lapped by the clear blue waters of the Red Sea. The Sinai is the place... Read More

Travel Post by EscapeArtistes on the 22-01-14


St. John’s Tomb: Travel Tales from Turkey

Greetings from Cappadocia! We are rapidly adapting to the troglodyte lifestyle of the modern cave dweller! Cappadocia was a perfect hideaway for the early persecuted Christians because they fled here to... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 05-11-13


Travels from a Third World Country: An Egyptian Point of View

Not so long ago my idea of traveling was a week holiday in a European city, visiting the main attractions and doing lots of shopping and coming home happy. I have... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 21-09-13


Photo of the Week: Walking Amongst Giants in Luxor

The Great Hypostyle Hall in Karnak Temple, Luxor, Egypt We almost skipped a visit to the ancient Karnak Temple Complex on our trip to Luxor – which would have been... Read More

Travel Post by Traveling Canucks on the 21-09-13


Oh Egypt

Cairo I knew that change was coming; I never dreamed it would be this bad. I reel at the images spilling through the newswires and mourn the blood that spills into... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 18-08-13


#frifotos — Boats

Bonus: The post #frifotos — Boats appeared first on wanderlusty.... Read More

Travel Post by Wanderlusty on the 19-07-13


#frifotos — Market Places

The post #frifotos — Market Places appeared first on wanderlusty.... Read More

Travel Post by Wanderlusty on the 31-05-13


Shakin’ It Up in Sharm el Sheikh

From humble beginnings as a fishing village, Sharm el Sheikh has grown to become a world-famous destination for holidays in the Red Sea. Owing much to its desirable location, Sharm el... Read More

Travel Post by A Crafty Traveler on the 11-05-13