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We are used to seeing women wearing Hijabs and top seblehs and Gallibayas but there are other choices!!!!!! More from Egypt soon Brigitte
EGYPT’S DAILY LIFE – HOLDING YOUR HEAD UP HIGH
Since ancient times in many countries like India, Africa, Egypt and the southern states in the US, just to name a few, people transported – balanced – goods on to top of their head. And in Egypt today it is a way to carry something … Continue reading
Posted in Cairo, Egypt, Travel Tagged Ancient Egypt, Balance, Bread, culture, Egypt, food, transportation, travel, women 2 Comments
IT’S A MATTER OF SIZE- ARE HUMANS REALY THAT SMALL?
WE KNEW THAT THE ANCIENT EGYPTIANS WERE ABLE TO BUILD TALL, TALL COLUMNS – but why – WERE THE TRYING TO MAKE US LOOK SMALL? Why otherwise can 7 people look so tiny? More from Egypt soon Brigitte
Posted in Ancient Stones, Art, Egypt, Luxor, Temple of Karnak, Tourism Tagged columns, Humans, Men, Midgets, Travellers, women Leave a comment
PHOTO OF THE WEEK – CAIRO SHOPPING OR FIFTH AVENUE?
No, not every Egyptian woman wears an ABAYA. Many women in Cairo dress just like woman in Western Countries—– and boutiques like this one in Zamalek, an upscale part of Cairo are witness to it. More from Egypt soon Brigitte
EGYPT’S UNBEATABLE SPIRIT
Since the Revolution a new party called Hizb El-Kanab – meaning Couch Potato Party – has developed. They are people who watched the events during the last two years while sitting on their sofas at home. But this time they did not … Continue reading
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MUSLIM WOMEN’S CHOICE
It was the PAST – for some it is the PRESENT – will it be the FUTURE? ONLY TIME WILL TELL! More from Egypt soon Brigitte
GIZA AND THE PERFUME PALACE
Giza brings up images of the Pyramids – and yes, that is why the world goes to Giza. But there is a treasure, especially for women, which after the visit to the Pyramids, no one should miss. It is the … Continue reading