Beyond the Pyramids and Pharaohs: How to Experience Egypt Like a Local

Egypt is one of the top tourist destinations for a reason. It’s full of history, mystery, culture, and entertainment. There is just an endless number of things that you can do here. However, a lot of people that visit Egypt run to see the famous pyramids and explore the tombs of pharaohs — but don’t…
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The Sacred Sites of Egypt: A Journey to the Land of the Pharaohs and the Pyramids

The countless sacred places in Egypt are a wonderful example of the country’s rich history and mysticism. Both believers and adventurers have been traveling to Egypt for thousands of years to take in the wonder of these sacred sites. These places are not only a monument to the genius and spiritual strength of the ancient…
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The Spookiest Locations In Egypt That Will Scare You From Head To Toe

All of us already know that Egypt is a country shrouded in mystery. There are so many unique places to visit there, and it has something to offer to anyone. That’s why it’s on the bucket list of so many people. It’s not only the pyramids that make Egypt so spectacular. There are also numerous…
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Everything You Have To Know Before Traveling Solo To Morocco As A Woman

Solo travel as a woman can be scary. Especially if you’re new to it and are not only visiting a new country but a completely new continent. It’s normal to feel a bit anxious and feel the need to inform yourself as much as possible. Sometimes, you just don’t know what to expect. Especially if…
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Robben Island, a Unique Landscape with a Dark History

This past month, I had the distinct and unique pleasure of getting to be one of a handful of people to live on an island filled with history and mystery. Robben Island, a small island off the coast of Cape Town, South Africa somehow encompasses a multitude of wild sceneries. What do I mean? Well,…
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My Time on the South African Penguin Project

I’ve found that people don’t often give scientists enough credit… in certain areas, that is. While their stereotype is that of someone who is unathletic, I actually find that field work is quite difficult and completely disproves that theory. While conducing field work, you’re usually going in and out of difficult terrain, climbing, crawling, and…
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