Wednesday, 10 October 2012

Egyptian dream The Gallery " Yellow"

I didn't take J abroad till he was 5 years old I really didn't fancy globetrotting with him until he was old enough and pushchair free and all the other baby/toddler equipment that goes with it. It can be done but for me it was a personal choice and I just didn't fancy it.

Our globetrotting started off with taking him to Spain and then we went for the good Ole USA and plumped for Florida and the happy smiley world that is Disney. It took a lot of planning but we survived yay so much so over the years we have been three times. So leaving the Disneyfication aside we plumped for the more adventurous and we took him to Lapland far from the ususual  lets go visit Father Christmas we flew out to an was an intense advenure. With sledging with huskies and playing snow football , also going on snow mobile trek.

We also whisked J off to Egypt not I have to say what is Egypt to most people but for what is people real Egypt the hustle and bustle, sights and sounds of chaotic Cairo. Also we ventured to more relaxed Luxor ideal destination of those seeking a 1920 feels and Agatha Christie inspired mystery murder and adventure.

The yellow sunset of the Nile.

You can't get  more Yellow then Egypt can you now  ?


  1. Looks like an amazing experience. The sunset is stunning x

  2. Fantastic photos! Those stones are massive! x

  3. Wow - great pics. I agree with not travelling until the little ones are older, but what a place to go to give an idea of history and a different culture.

  4. Wow. What fabulous photos. I love the one of the sunset.

  5. Great pictures and a great use of the prompt x


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