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The past 4 weeks have been a whirlwind of sights, colors, sounds, great food, friendly locals, and an adventure or three. From Merzouga and the arid sand sea of the great Sahara, to Marrakech at the base of the rugged High Atlas Mountain range, to Essaouira and the Mediterranean coast, then inland from the capital […]

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One of my favorite things to do in Cairo is to stay in an AirBnB. There are many run by reliable expats and locals, especially in Cairo, Alexandria and on the Red Sea. It’s wonderful to have my own apartment, a space to settle in and slip right into daily life in Egypt. One of […]

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Special Rate: $4,800 (plus complimentary professional photographs) Small Group: 4-6 ladies Same Great 14-Day ‘Best of Egypt” Boutique ArchaeoAdventures Tour Email tours@archaeoadventures.com to book your spot today on this unique tour! I’m excited to announce that the ArchaeoAdventures’ team has created a very special women’s trip to Egypt in November. I’m leading one of our […]

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Founded in 1062 AD by Berber chieftain Abu Bakr ibn Umar, Marrakech is arguably the most important of the four great imperial cities. Almoravid King Ali ibn Yusuf built the majority of Marrakech from 1122-1123 AD. Known as the “Red City” for its red sandstone buildings, Marrakech is the San Francisco of Morocco – young, […]

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Dubai is a great place to start or end any trip to the Middle East. A mix of old and new, traditional Emirati and futuristic, desert and architectural masterpieces. It’s a beautiful, interesting and surreal place (literally a metropolis in the desert). We’ve found it to be a city that is very friendly toward female […]

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