Vacation began with a Nile Cruise on the Sonesta Moon Goddess. We frequented Aswan, the Nubian Village, Edfu, then sailed on to Luxor to take a look at the Valley of the Kings, and Queens and Luxor Temple. In several locations photographs were not allowed except you compensated further. We also stopped at an alabaster manufacturing unit, fragrance manufacturing unit and did a whole lot of procuring.

When we returned to Cairo we noticed a number of belly dancers: Aziza, Camellia, and Dina. We experienced a speedy tour of the Eygptian museum and noticed the King Tut screen. We also frequented Islamic Cairo, Dashour and went to a carpet faculty to see how they make the carpets. I took a working day journey to Alexandria and frequented the famed library of Alexandria and the Citadel. Back in Cairo, we did extra procuring at the famed souk, Khan El Khalili and noticed a amazing tanoura demonstrate (no video allowed). And of study course we rode camels an the pyramids.

Though in Cairo, we stayed at Yasmina of Cairo’s B & B. Our tour manual in Luxor was Ahmed Wahab, and our tour manual in Cairo was Nibal Gouda.

History music by Samir Srour.