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The Roman Amphitheater After the Upgrade (Alexandria, Egypt).

The Roman Amphitheater After the Upgrade

It’s no surprise if there’s a Roman amphitheater in the middle of Alexandria. It’s a city which was conquered, ruled and heavily influenced by Rome. The ruins were discovered during the excavation to lay the foundations of a government building. In fact, right next to the ruins is a heavily-guarded military training base. After months of […]

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The National Museum of Alexandria (Egypt).

Alexandria National Museum Was a Disappointment

Alexandria is an ancient city and as any tourist would expect, its National Museum should be filled with great things. But, I was disappointed. While the objects were labeled properly, the museum is dead. Like a necropolis. I think it has something to do with the kind of too much drama in their lightings. Or, […]

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Photos: Inside the Red Pyramid in Cairo (Egypt).

Photos: Inside the Red Pyramid in Cairo

Going inside the Red Pyramid in Cairo is an experience worth doing. It might be hard for those who have fear of closed spaces but you’d never regret it. You’ll reach the bosom of the Pyramid in your own time and emerge victorious. For some people, there’s “nothing to see there” but for me, it answers the […]

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Inside the Red Pyramid in Dahshur, Egypt.

Video: This is What You’ll See Inside the Red Pyramid in Egypt

This is what you see inside the Red Pyramid in Egypt. It is said to be the world’s oldest true pyramids. This is located at Dahshur, 20 kilometres away from the famous trio of Pyramids in Giza. Don’t be fooled by its name though. The whole facade of the pyramid has nothing red on it. […]

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Buffet Dinner at Cafe Clock in Fes, Morocco.

Photos: All the Moroccan Food I Ate in Morocco

Here’s all the Moroccan food I Ate in Morocco. Ok, well, some of the food, actually. I didn’t literally took a pic of all the dishes I gobbled down but only the few which I mostly like. Let me start with the food prepared by the mother of my Moroccan friend who hosted me in […]

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Chaouen - Morocco's Most Photogenic Blue City.

Chefchaouen – Morocco’s Most Photogenic Blue City

I have no doubt that Chefchaouen is Morocco’s most photogenic blue city. There are no skyscrapers here but mountains and there are no flickering light bulbs at night but stars. The houses aren’t made of steel and glass windows but of adobe bathed in blue. These houses aren’t coated in blue to beckon tourists to Chefchaouen. It’s […]

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An early walk at the medina in Fes, Morocco.

Medina in Fes Looks Eerie in the Morning

The moment I entered the medina in Fes, I was met with a lot of annoyances. A simple “thank you” with a smile didn’t work, so I ignored the scammers and hawkers. The first scammer told me that the hostel I’ve booked had already been closed a week ago. He then recommended me a very nice […]

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Bab Boujloud - The Gateway to the Medina in Fes

Bab Boujloud – The Gateway to the Medina in Fes

Anyone going to the the medina in Fes must pass through Bab Boujloud. This is a huge blue gate built in 1913. START YOUR MOROCCO ADVENTURE NOW! Its impressive, delicate arabesque and knot work ornaments never fail to attract attention to anyone visiting the city. The ornaments outside is blue. And green on the inside. […]

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