Husa Gawharet El Ahram
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... can not express the sense of awe and wonder at actually being in the presence of these pyramids of standing on the stones and touching them, to anyone with an interest in history or ancient civilizations it is almost mystical.
Next we stand before the Great Sphinx. The largest sphinx found but date unknown A stone was found near the sphinx which tells that it is the sphinx of Kafra. It is made of limestone with the body of a lion ...
... lost his gold. The alchemist was going to leave him then, but first he told him a story about dreams. It was about a father and a dream he had, then Santiago and the alchemist said goodbye to each other. He rode for hours, for he was only three hours away from the pyramids. He got closer, and closer, and now, he was there. He collapsed to his knees and cried tears of joy. He went over to the pyramids and dug. Day through night he kept ...
... will be well worth it. J
Once again, we found ourselves on another night bus heading south for the small town of Selcuk, just south of Izmir. We heard about this town from an Australian girl we had met back in Sarajevo and she mentioned it was quaint, but with great access to other small towns nearby. We arrived early in the morning, checked into our hotel-style hostel and had an amazing buffet breakfast before setting out to sightsee. The town of no more than 30,000 ...
... Hole. It is a sheer drop into an abyss surrounded by coral reef and abundant marine life. Snorkeling was incredible! Fish and coral everywhere! The colors of life down there are utterly amazing. Sun rays lit up black, orange, blue, yellow fishes and highlighted purple, yellow, green coral. What a happy fishes! What a dazzling sight! I hope the government will protect this area as tourism is bound to pick up.
The pushiness of the taxi driver was only ...
... means the beautiful stranger. The king was so religious that he did not want to go to war, so a large portion of the Empire was lost during this time. After his death, his cartouche has been removed which means someone wanted revenge, not theft.
The Tutankhamen exhibit was by far the most stunning, he became king at age 9 after the death of King Akhenaten and he married his half sister/cousin, Ankhesenamum at age 10. He changed his ...