Category: Egypt

I carry a Hand Bow Saw to remove trees and limbs from the trail. From $19.99 on Amazon
With Ayman moments before driving into the container 62

Africa Ends

The following morning the story plays out much the same, and again I find myself standing at the law courts, clutching a small piece of paper that is my number to wait in line....

It feels very, very surreal to have so much yellow paint on my map. It feels like a few months ago it was blank 12

The End Of The Road

I camp another couple of nights in Cairo, and clean the Jeep top to bottom twice more in that time. Now it’s getting close to clean enough, but I can still find pockets of...

Exploring the rocky canyon 8

To The Red Sea

I pry myself away from Luxor, and move East towards the Red Sea. Unexpectedly I pass through a huge rocky mountain range before dropping down to sea level, and spontaneously I decide to wild...

They don't get any smaller! 6

The Temple of Karnak

I move North from Abu Simbel, and am staggered by the number of tourists getting around. I see a endless train of enormous tour buses, packed to the hilt with mostly European travelers. It...

The new Egyptian plate on the Jeep 9

Into Egypt

Wadi Halfa is a very famous town in Overlanding circles. For decades it has been the only land border crossing from Egypt to Sudan, and for decades it has been one of the hardest...

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