Jetsetting

The Temple of Horus | EDFU, EGYPT

The ancient city of Edfu, which sits along the West Bank of the Nile River is home to the grand and astounding Temple of Horus. It was constructed between 237 and 57 BC, during the Ptolemaic Kingdom and is one of the best preserved Egyptian shrines. The reliefs and inscriptions are from the Hellenistic period… Continue reading The Temple of Horus | EDFU, EGYPT

Food Journals

What I ate in CAIRO and GIZA, EGYPT | A Food Journal

When I was first planning our trip to Egypt, I had researched traditional Egyptian food and was looking forward to eating many of their dishes. As soon as I got into Cairo, the majority of the food that I ate was International Cuisine, that we were staying at. I was not too disappointed because the… Continue reading What I ate in CAIRO and GIZA, EGYPT | A Food Journal

USA Travel

A Walk Through Savannah, Georgia

I love to walk. If you have ever traveled with me or expect to travel with me, know that I enjoy walking. If I am not exhausted, dehydrated or very hungry expect that I will enjoy a stroll for miles while on holiday. If not in vacation mode, I do drive. The city of Savannah… Continue reading A Walk Through Savannah, Georgia

Food Journals

What I ate in the BALKANS – Part 2 – A Food Journal

I am "real" and so are my food journals. There are times when I travel and I eat great things and other times the food is just ordinary.  While traveling through the Balkans, there were times that I ate whatever was available and it was uneventful. That is life and that is travel.   This… Continue reading What I ate in the BALKANS – Part 2 – A Food Journal