I can’t quite put into words what my recent trip to Egypt meant to me, so I decided to lay it out visually instead.
Seeing that today is my ‘art blog’ — I have selected some of my ‘prize’ shots to hopefully tantalize and awaken the curiosity in your travel taste buds…
Experience Beyond the Realms of Comprehension
Although it was a bittersweet culture shock and I found it particularly patriarchal, with hardly a glimpse of a native woman to be seen for most of the trip — I also had some magnificent spiritual moments that literally brought tears to my eyes.
The Ancient Egyptian sites and temples are truly a spiritual, visual and an awe-inspiring experience that I would recommend to anybody (bearing in mind that you can survive the 47°c heat waves and persistent peddlers — see my blog What You Need to Know About Desperation and Manifestation).
Ancient Egypt transports you back to a time that is unfathomable in its technology, knowledge and precision and opens up a mystery beyond linear time and thinking.
100% Organic Due to Technical Difficulties
So without further ado, here are the photographs — I also have to add that these are ‘organic’ photo’s, they have not been tampered with, as in doctored, lightened or brightened…all au natural due to the fact that I haven’t loaded Photoshop onto my laptop yet…lol:
There are just so many photo’s to share, I have therefore decided to do this in 2 parts.
Please tune in next week Tuesday — Luxor and Burghada (on the Red Sea) are going to be on the cards…you don’t want to miss out on Kom Ombo temple and Karnak, they are truly a sight!
I also have something a little ‘surreal’ to show you but you’ll have to wait and see (or ‘follow this blog’ in the sidebar if you seriously don’t want to miss out on this titilising paradox).
Thanks for stopping by…
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For more reading material on my ‘Ancient Egyptian Theories’:What Ancient Egyptians Can Teach Us About DNA and Cloning
What Ancient Egyptians Can Teach Us About Balance of the Sexes
And just throwing this one in for good measure:
Photos are very nice, I went there before and I liked it, It was a Nile cruise tour
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