Author of Living Longer, Living Well - How to Embrace the Challenges of a Long Life.
Other titles - Dress for Success, The Sensual Dresser, What Turns Men On.
- Follow Egypt My Love on WordPress.com
Join 1,311 other subscribers
Category CloudAlexandria Ancient Stones Art Boats Cairo Children Egypt Excavations Food Foreign Policy Government HABIBTI YA MASR Islam Luxor Luxor. Valley of the Kings Mothers Muslims Parenthood Pharaohs Politics Pyramids Religion Restaurants. Dining Temple of Karnak Tomb Wall Paintings Tourism Travel Tutankhamun Uncategorized Valley of the Kings
Follow me on TwitterMy Tweets
Like My Page
Visit My Other Blog – Getting Over Growing Older
- An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.
Tag Archives: Palm Trees
Valley of the Kings and it’s Countryside
Despite the millions of tourists who have visited the Valley of the Kings for hundreds of years, the countryside around it has not changed much. It is not very populated, well toiled and planted. The peacefulness that surrounds these fields, … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, Luxor. Valley of the Kings, Tourism, Travel, Valley of the Kings Tagged Fields, Meadows, Palm Trees, The Afterlife 2 Comments
Egypt’s Palm – Trees Dead or Alive
Palm Trees are my favorite kind of tree and when I think of a palm tree I see sunny beaches and long to go on vacation. Or during a hurricane I admire their strength when they resist the forces of the … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, Tourism, Travel Tagged Aswan. The Nile, Palm Trees Leave a comment
EGYPTIAN PALM TREES TURNING INTO ARMCHAIRS
There are 2600 different type of Palm Trees in the world, most of them grow in tropical or subtropical climates, and many of them can be found in Egypt. I love Palm trees because they always bring up images of … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, Luxor, Luxor. Valley of the Kings, TECHNOLOGY Tagged ECO friendly, Furniture, Hoidays, Palm Trees, Sunshine 5 Comments
EGYPT – MAKING A LIVING CAN BE A CHALLANGE
More from Egypt soon Brigitte
KARNAK TEMPLE – MORE THAN ANCIENT STONES
Visiting Karnak Temple during my last trip I had forgotten how brutal Egypt’s sun is at noon. When I arrived at the site around 11.45 am and saw the tourists going back to their air-conditioned buses I realized that my timing was off. It is early in the … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, Islam, Luxor, Pharaohs, Tourism, Travel Tagged Enviroment, heat, Oasis, Palm Trees, Sunshine, water Leave a comment