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Egypt 🇪🇬 | Time Travel is Real

Photo: Luxor, Karnak Temple

Since we returned from Egypt one thing was always in my mind - if you want time travel, if you want to go back in time, go visit Egypt. Structure, temples, burial chambers still standing from distance past. 1000s of years old and they were built by god himself. Egyptian Pharaohs were seen by their people as living god(s).

Photo: Cairo Museum. Ramesses II, Egyptian Pharaohs were the closest to god(s) men ever experienced


You know we human wouldn't be here today if Bumba, the creator didn't have stomach pain.

Long ago, Bumba was the god for many. Bumba was lonely, felt pain in his stomach, vomited the sun moon and stars. Bumba vomited 9 animals and thus we arrived on planet earth.

Photo: Old Cairo. Look carefully, two different religions worshipping within feet apart. It raises the deepest question: Is that god divided us with thousands of belief systems? OR it’s us who sliced god into pieces to create our own?

Modern history: It’s about 200,000+ years modern human evolved. For these many years people suffered, killed by other animals, slaughtering their own, fighting other tribes, diseases, natural disasters and endless pain.

For this long period, the heaven remained silent, angels were sitting idle, god was relaxed. Then all on a sudden god was tired of monkey like animal, us, human. Too much barbarism in the Middle East, unbearable chaos is happening down there, so heaven decided to intervene to the most illiterate part of the world. God started handing out prophecy to thousands mostly through family trees, started publishing his books through messengers. Not once, not twice or three times. He ended up sending 4 books from heaven (islamic history). At the very end, after the 3rd edition god realized- Opps! These monkey like human kept changing his published books, BIG mistake! God didn’t think it through clearly in the beginning, he was in pain like Bumba and decided to protect his 4th edition on his own. And just like that, flash of a moment, god appeared, and left us with stories not more compelling than Bumba.

Photo: The Valley of the Kings. This is Egypt’s most popular king Tutankhamun, All the royal mummies are in Cairo museum, except King Tut.Egypt kept its most treasured king where he was buried 3000+ years ago. We were lucky to be with the king alone for few minutes when no one else entered the tomb.

The Egyptian Pharaohs ruled the land like god(s) more than 2000 years before Christ. Their magnificent power lived thousands of years. Now they are buried in museums. How many of you think our churches, mosques, synagogues, temples and books from heaven will face the same? At this moment, they are young, and they have right to be arrogant as they are today.

Photo: Luxor, Karnak Temple. Ramesses II and his daughter, later wife.

In Egypt, Ramesses II was the most powerful Pharaoh, a human like god. His mummy in Cairo Museum and his statue in Karnak Temple with his daughter between his legs who later became his wife. Right or wrong? That question only be asked thru ages. What we do today considering right will be seen as absurd someday in future, don't you agree?

Photo: Temple of Queen Hatshepsut located opposite of city Luxor

Our trip planned with Memphis Tours.(

Amazing 8 days private tour in Egypt. 4 nights in Cario, 3 nights Nile cruise. Cario - Aswan - Luxor, this company took care of us from airport to airpot and everything in between, managed for best comfort with friendly, professional people 24/7 and throughout. Memphis is ranked #1 in Tripadvisor, their reputation is far above anyone else in the business.

Egypt is safe for travelers, two of us travelled there found Egyptians are very friendly and welcoming. One must visit Egypt to see what ancient Egyptians left in places, treasure and amazing history.

Photo: Cairo Giza Pyramid Complex

Brief Itinerary of Our Trip:

Day 1: Arrive Cairo

Overnight in Cairo. Le Méridien Pyramids Hotel & Spa

Day 2: Giza Pyramids and Saqqara

Explore Giza Plateau to visit the Great Pyramids of Cheops, Chefren and Mykerinus - Famous Sphinx and Valley temple facing the great statue. Sakkara area to visit Sakkara Complex and first pyramid ever built. Move to Memphis; Old kingdom's capital and famous Necropolis.

Overnight in Cairo, Le Méridien Pyramids Hotel & Spa

Day 3: Fly Cairo to Aswan & Nile Cruise

Flight from Cairo Airport to Aswan. Visit the High Dam, the Unfinished Obelisk and the Temple of Philae.

Overnight in Aswan, M/S Amwaj Livingstone Nile Cruise

Day 4: Kom Ombo / Edfu temples

Sail to Kom Ombo, Visit the Temple shared by two gods Sobek and Haeroris in Kom Ombo. Sail to Edfu, visit the best-preserved cult temple in Egypt, Horus Temple in Edfu.

Overnight on board, M/S Amwaj Livingstone Nile Cruise

Photo: On the west bank of River Nile from Luxor lies the most important archaeological site of the world, The Valley of the King, final resting place for Egyptian royal pharaohs.

Day 5: Luxor West Bank Excursions

Early morning balloon flight over The Valley of the Kings. Sailing to Luxor, visit East Bank of the Nile in Luxor to the Karnak and Luxor temples.

Overnight on board, M/S Amwaj Livings

Day 6: Fly back to Cairo

After a visit to West Bank of the River Nile in Luxor to the Valley of the Kings, the temple of Queen Hatshepsut at El Deir EL Bahari and the Colossi Memnon return to Cairo from Luxor Airport.

Overnight in Cairo, Le Méridien Pyramids Hotel & Spa

Day 7: Cairo Sightseeing

Visit: Egyptian Museum, Treasures room for the child king Tutankhamen, alongside many other fascinating artifacts. Visit to royal mummies room at the museum. Visit Saladin Citadel and Mohamed Ali Alabaster Mosque, Hanging Church and Ben Ezra Synagogue, Khan El Khalili, Cairo’s old bazaar.

Overnight in Cairo, Le Méridien Pyramids Hotel & Spa

Photo: My fav photo from Egypt. Edfu, Egypt, I named this photo: The Time Machine

Day 8: Cairo - Fly Back Home

Return home from Cairo International Airport.


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