Jetsetting

Mountain of the Dead | Siwa Oasis, Egypt

After making the extensive journey into Siwa Oasis and eating breakfast at my hotel, I hopped inside this tumnayah for a ride. I took a very bumpy and exciting ride with my local guide around Siwa Oasis. Our first stop was Gebel Al-Mawta or The Mountain of the Dead, which is one of the city's… Continue reading Mountain of the Dead | Siwa Oasis, Egypt

Food Journals

What I ate in SIWA OASIS, EGYPT | A Food Journal

Siwa Oasis is one of Egypt's most isolated communities that is deep within the Western desert and approximately 30 miles from the Libyan border. This small community of 33,000 citizens has their own language called Siwi, own customs and significant dishes to their region. With that said, while I was in Siwa Oasis, I enjoyed… Continue reading What I ate in SIWA OASIS, EGYPT | A Food Journal

Jetsetting

Temple of the Oracle – Alexander the Great | Siwa Oasis, Egypt

When our tiny tumnayah pulled up to the Temple of the Oracle, I felt the traveler's euphoria come over me that many of you understand. It is that feeling of triumph and exhilaration when you arrive to a significant destination that is remote, off the beaten track and that is only frequented by those with… Continue reading Temple of the Oracle – Alexander the Great | Siwa Oasis, Egypt

Global Dining

Grand Eating at the Grand Nile Tower | CAIRO, EGYPT

A grand stay with grand cuisine - During our last few days in Cairo, we stayed at the Grand Nile Tower that sits along the banks of the River Nile. This is one of Cairo's most luxurious hotels and all in all, we found it a nice place to stay. Although my friends and I… Continue reading Grand Eating at the Grand Nile Tower | CAIRO, EGYPT

Jetsetting

The Salt Pools of Siwa Oasis, Egypt

Siwa Oasis on the western border of Egypt is one of the country's most isolated settlements, with a population of over 30,000 people. It was not an easy town to get to and when I return, I will do it in a more comfortable manner. It is a very remote oasis about thirty miles from… Continue reading The Salt Pools of Siwa Oasis, Egypt

Global Dining

Grand Nile Tower Resort’s Revolving Restaurant | CAIRO, EGYPT

It was our last dinner together after a couple of weeks exploring Egypt and my longtime friends and I wanted to celebrate with a fine dining experience. Fortunately we were staying at one of Cairo's most luxurious hotels, the Grand Nile Tower. The hotel is located in the heart of Cairo and it over looks… Continue reading Grand Nile Tower Resort’s Revolving Restaurant | CAIRO, EGYPT

Food Journals

What I ate along the RED SEA in EGYPT | A Food Journal

The beautiful beach towns that sit along the Red Sea in Egypt, such as Sharm El Sheikh and Dahab are unlike any other places in Egypt. I found Sharm to be very relaxing, friendly but with a hint of adventure. There are many tourists who come to Sharm or Dahab and skip Cairo all together… Continue reading What I ate along the RED SEA in EGYPT | A Food Journal