It’s strange to admit now, but the number one thing I was worried about before leaving the States is how we were going to obtain visas abroad. The first time I ever needed a visa, I forgot to get it. That was in 2009 when Mike and I went to Australia. We called Jackie, my Read Post
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As-salamu alaykum, Who would have thought October would be “high” season for a country, but here in Egypt it is. The weather has cooled off a little, but it is between 90-100°F during the day. Turns out ancient Egypt is more advanced than you may think — we are still not sure how they made the Read Post
Americans and members of the European Union visiting Morocco can rejoice, as the country requires no visa for admission. Tourists can freely travel around the country without much difficulty. Most major cities have train stations in their center, while smaller cities and towns are linked via buses. Of course, air travel is another option, but Read Post
We elected to go through On The Go Tours for a 9-day tour through Egypt. This was our experience for the final two days of the tour which began with eighth and ninth day which began with an overnight train from Luxor to Cairo. Day 8 – Egyptian Museum The Egyptian Museum is one of Read Post
We elected to go through On The Go Tours for a 9-day tour through Egypt. This was our experience on the seventh day which took us around Luxor before ending with an overnight train back to Cairo. Day 7 – Valley of the Kings, Temple of Hatshepsut and Karnak Temple These last two days proved Read Post