Last week I wrote a guest post at thetravelexperta about Tikal. I started thinking about all of the amazing temples in Egypt and how I really haven’t given them the proper posting that they deserve.
After all, Egypt houses the greatest monuments on earth. It’s temples and pyramids are world famous and they are the top of most people’s dream destination to visit in their lifetime.
Cairo is very much a mystical city that I am grateful to have had the chance to visit. The entire time we were in Egypt, I felt as if time had frozen and I was visiting an ancient land. It was almost dreamlike to be in a place that I studied in school and that I had read so much about when I was young. Now I was here, riding my bicycle along the banks of the Nile and my entire trip started right on the grounds of earths most famous wonder.
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