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Cruising Up the Nile – From Aswan to Luxor, Egypt

If you are looking to cruise the Nile River in Egypt from Aswan to Luxor, I highly recommend the experience. Deciding on a boat cruise aboard a mid-size luxury liner is an extraordinary way to see the riverways of Egypt, as well as many of the important temples in Upper Egypt. After doing a little… Continue reading Cruising Up the Nile – From Aswan to Luxor, Egypt

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Sandra’s Place and Cheristo Seafood Restaurant | A Perfect Pair in GIZA, EGYPT

Giza, Egypt- I have found that over the years of traveling, finding an apartment or house to stay in with multiple people is a great choice. My two female friends and I were traveling into Giza from Cairo and were looking for a comfortable place to stay. I had researched hotel and rental options, and… Continue reading Sandra’s Place and Cheristo Seafood Restaurant | A Perfect Pair in GIZA, EGYPT

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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

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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

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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

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For the Love of Afternoon Tea – Part Two

During this precarious year of 2020, our ideas of normality had shifted. The uncertainty of this year changed how we thought, dined and socialized on all levels. I know for myself it had slowed down my international travel but it bumped up my domestic travels- masked, social distancing and all. Fortunately, I reside in Las… Continue reading For the Love of Afternoon Tea – Part Two

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Dinner, Friends & Wolfgang Puck | Hotel Bel-Air, Los Angeles

I have appreciated Chef Wolfgang Puck ever since he made his Los Angeles culinary introduction with Spago on Sunset, back in the 1980s. Thinking on those days, my friends and I would spend our whole 'part-time mall job paycheck' for dinners at upscale or trending restaurants. Spago was one of them and made a huge… Continue reading Dinner, Friends & Wolfgang Puck | Hotel Bel-Air, Los Angeles

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What I ate in THE BALKANS – Part 1 – A Food Journal

Over the last five years, I had traveled to every Eastern European and Balkan country- Hooray! This also means that I had tasted and journaled a lot of interesting cuisine along the way. This food journal covers three of those Balkan countries: Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Croatia.  As I traveled from country to country,… Continue reading What I ate in THE BALKANS – Part 1 – A Food Journal

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The Magic of Mykonos | A True Dreamscape

Mykonos's pristine white buildings and the various shades of blue create a form of dreamscape for those who catch photo glimpses of this Grecian Island. Several friends have asked me if Mykonos really looked like the photos they have seen and I always gave it a HARD YES! ____________________ Old Town In Old Town Mykonos… Continue reading The Magic of Mykonos | A True Dreamscape