Another day trip from Ismailia.
From July 15th I had a great time living with my friends in Ismailia. I had the oppotunity to visit Mansoura in a day trip from Ismailia.
Ageeba Beach 28 km far from Marsa Matruh surely one of the best beach of the Mediterranean coast.
Night Bus from Alexandria to Siwa (arrived in Siwa at 6.30 am)
Hitchhiking from Ain Sukhna to Cairo, Cairo metro to reach the main train station and train from Cairo to Alexandria.
Miss the first bus in Abu Simbel at 6 am. Bus at 1 pm delayed cause Friday prayer. Back to Aswan at 5pm.
Train from Asyut to Sohag and then Sohag - Luxor. In the evening visit of Temple of Luxor "Luxor Temple, or The Temple of Luxor, is among the most beautiful Temples in Egypt."
From Mut to Al Qasr and back. From the Lonely Planet web site AL-QASR - One of the must-see sights in Dakhla Oasis is the extraordinary medieval/Ottoman town of Al-Qasr, which lies on the edge of lush vegetation at the foot of the pink limestone cliffs that mark the northern edge of the oasis. It’s an extraordinary place that has been thoughtfully restored to provide a glimpse of how other oasis towns looked before the New Valley development projects had their way with them. Several hundred people still live in the town that not so long ago was home to several thousand.
Walking in the morning, hitchhiking in the afternoon to reach the stunning Black Desert.
Combination of metro (from Midan Tahrir - Sadat and Giza) and a long walk around Giza.
Train from Nasr City to the main train station and walking tour through Coptic Cairo.
Rudyard Kipling once said