Posts Tagged ‘Luxor’

Well Preserved

Well Preserved

Medinet Habu, near Luxor, Egypt.

Touring Egypt 29: “Might I suggest….” My guide, Mr. Muhammad, did not think much of the normal tour, for which I had paid. This was our second day together, and he wanted to recommend a destination that would be better for my interests (read: obsessive photo addict). One pretty cool feature of touring in Egypt (unlike many parts of the world) is that every party gets their own individual tour. You will not be tossed into a bus with 25 other random tourists. If you are with a group, your guide will collect you and your group up with an appropriately sized vehicle (and driver). …


At the Center

At the Center

Karnak Temple, Luxor, Egypt “Family Portrait“ “The Hall“ Touring Egypt 25: Here we are at Karnak Temple, just outside of the modern town of Luxor. Several generations of pharaohs built onto this temple as the center of the ancient Egyptian religion (and therefore government). Karnak is probably the most significant temple complex in Egypt. One […]


Ancient Egypt (redux)

Ancient Egypt (redux)

Luxor, Egypt “Ancient Egypt“Click here to share or send a greeting with this image. Touring Egypt 4: Here is the promised repeat from an earlier post. Since the previous post today was so lame, I promised these, which are among my favorites from Egypt. For the record, this was originally posted on 5 August. But […]


Gone Fishin’

Gone Fishin'

The Nile River, near Luxor, Egypt Click here to share or send a greeting with this image. It is Monday. Ok, really it is Tuesday … I missed Monday. Something about a long day and wine afterwards. Never mind. Still, it is a work-weekday and I spent the day in my office, having a long […]