As a final word for this month travel impressions, I want to emphasised that my time in Egypt was very limited and I didn’t have a chance to go to many places I dream of – like Luxor. Hopefully, one day, I can visit more of Egypt and then prepare a second month about Egypt on my blog. 🙂
For now, that’s all about Egypt; hopefully, you liked some of the pictures.
And tomorrow, we’re going far, far away. 🙂
I remember from Egypt its crazy traffic. Then, I thought, maybe I shouldn’t mention it, because it’s nothing unusual in Africa or Asia. On the other hand, it’s also something characteristic for these places and doesn’t really happen in Europe; at least not in this scale. 😉
I’ve already mentioned before, but didn’t really write anything about Sinai or Sinai Peninsula.
Sinai Peninsula is actually a very tourist part of Egypt with well known resort towns, coast, coral reef and biblical Mount Sinai.
Camels and members of the Camelidae family can be found in many places in the world.
As I learnt at school and it sticked to my head, if there is a desert there are also camels, so camels are in Egypt. 😉
I’m aware someone may say “pyramids are nothing special”, “it’s just a few stones” etc. I think they are very impressive, their history, how they were built and even the location – you are just outside the big city, but at the same time your’e on the desert.