How To Visit Amazing Luxor Egypt The Right Way ( Luxor From Hurghada Two Day Guide)

alley of the ram-headed sphiinges in Luxor Karnak temple

alley of the ram-headed sphiinges in Luxor Karnak temple

Updated 11/1/2021

There are some places you visit in real life and when it comes to describing them to others, words fail you. This post is full of images that attempt to describe to you the truly magnificent temples that we saw in Egypt on our Luxor trip. I’m just sorry that it took this long for us to visit.

The trip just hadn’t panned out until recently and of course one tries to pay attention, maybe too much attention to the Egypt travel advisory. This is how we advise you to visit the amazing Luxor in Egypt.

While it is prudent to be aware of the happenings in the world, no place is truly safe as l have stated many times before and I feel now is the best time to travel to Egypt, thanks to the thin crowds. We felt both safe and welcome. Here is a recap of our Hurghada to Luxor trip with one of the best transfer companies we have used to date. Egypt truly impresses and we visited Luxor the right way… stress-free.

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A Marrakech Visit Is As Exotic As You Picture It – Post & Podcast


July 20, 2019

Marrakech Podcast:


Marrakesh Koutoubia mosque
The Koutoubia Mosque in Marrakesh

A Marrakech visit is an absolutely delightful way to spend your vacation!   Since this would have turned into a small novel if l decided to just write about it,  l added an accompanying podcast so as to squeeze in as much information as possible. Our journey started out a little rough when l realized upon getting to the airport that l had forgotten my luggage at home :-(. I only had my purse and toothbrush on me!

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A trip to the souk fixed that upon arrival though. Marrakesh deserves your visit. Here are the reasons why l think more and more people are discovering a part of Africa that has long been a playground for the extremely rich and very famous people like The Beatles in their prime, The Rolling Stones, and Winston Churchill.

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