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Getting from Cairo to Luxor

by Cristina on April 30, 2012

Getting from Cairo to LuxorCairo is the capital of Egypt and one of the largest cities in Africa. Cairo is famous for being the gateway into the Giza Pyramids , for having a wonderfully well preserved medieval Islamic city and also being home to Coptic sites in the Old City. The Egyptian Museum , along with the famous bazaar only add to the charm of this metropolis.

Luxor is the main travel destination in Upper Egypt, the gateway into the Valley of the Kings and

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Things to do in Egypt

by Cristina on April 27, 2012

Things to do in EgyptItís hard to find someone who hasnít been fascinated with the Egyptian history at one point or another during their lives. The mystery of the Pyramids, the fascination for the mummification process or just the idea of soaking up the sun on one of the beaches brings millions of visitors to Egypt every year.

Visit the Giza Plateau

Located on the outskirts of Cairo, the Giza Plateau is where you can find Giza Necropolis. The Necropolis comprises the Great Pyramids,

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Why You Should Add Cairo to Your RTW Trip ItineraryTravel lovers usually dream of being able to travel nonstop for longer than their two weeks of vacation allow. It’s difficult to see all you want to see when you don’t have the time to do it. Many just assume that’s how their life has to be, and that in order to travel around the world, they have to wait until retirement. But those are just myths. If you want to make it happen, then there

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Tunisia is one of the most underrated destinations in the world although European travelers have come here for decades, mostly on tours booked via major travel operators. It still receives less independent travelers than Egypt and Morocco, mostly because compared two these two countries, Tunisia is somewhat more expensive. Still, it offers a lot to visit and compared to Europe itís still cheap.

Aside from spending your time on the gorgeous Mediterranean beaches, you can visit the ruins of Carthage,

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Make Marrakech Your First Stop in MoroccoThough some travelers opt to make Morocco a day trip from the south of Spain, spending a day in the harried lanes of Tangier, for a true taste of Morocco, head further inland to the city of Marrakesh. Known as the “Red City”, Marrakech is the second largest city in Morocco but is among the most popular spots for tourists.

The old city (the medina) with its tangled warren of streets, bustling souk and Djemaa el Fna square – itself packed

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Interesting Edibles in NamibiaYou’ve bought your airfare to Namibia. You’ve found hotels and booked adventure trips in Namibia and you’ve planned out what you want to see, do and experience in the country. But you might not have thought out what you’ll eat while traveling in Namibia. After all, Namibian cuisine isn’t exactly known around the world. In fact, most people have no idea what the cuisine of the country entails, which may be in part because it is so varied.

In southern Namibia

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