I was asked to upload my travel photos memory a view weeks ago; That made me wonder, what is travel photos? or what is Travel Photography? And what is my Travel Photos Memory?… Well, this is my interpretation, check it out!
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Every travel and trip leave a different memory and image in my mind, and these are my travel-notes where I try to remember, especially with their photographs
Dirty Weekend in Souq Waqif
Out of so few places to go and see in Doha, Souk Waqif is one of the better places to visit. Doha or Qatar does not have many interesting places; thus, as a tourist destination, one can cover Doha/Qatar in a day. However, Souk Waqif… Read More
Fort Zubarah, Qatar’s Own Historical Place
For most of the last 10 years I have lived in Qatar, I never had a relative visiting me in the Middle East, until last month when I invited my brother for a weeks visit to Doha. Honestly, as Qatar is such a small country… Read More
The Souvenir Shop at Mena House Hotel, Cairo
As soon as we checked in to the Mena House Hotel, and saw our room, we were impressed. Yes, it was only a standard room in the outer wing of the hotel, but as promised by our tour agency we got a Pyramid view room,… Read More
Steam Ship Sudan and Death on the Nile
Inside Steam Ship Sudan, where Agatha Christie wrote here “Death on the Nile” novel and where the movie sets.
The Lion’s Fight
I wrote about a Pride of Lions a few years ago, as a blog post after my safari holiday in 2013 and a photo gallery about the Lions. We know that when we go on a photography safari, sometimes we are waiting and waiting for… Read More
Cruising the Nile
When we decided to go to Egypt, I had no idea how we would ‘cover’ Egypt as such a big and vast country; as a person who I think I understand geography and love traveling, I should be embarrassed, because apart from Cairo and vaguely… Read More
Egypt Early 2015
When we left the airport and drove crossed the city of Cairo towards our hotel, located in Giza and very close to the the Pyramids, there’s a bit of excitement about the city. Normally, wherever I travel and arrive in a new city, I have that feeling – the excitement of being in a new place. Egypt still retains its magic that lures people to keep on visiting it amid the chaotic political situation of the country. Thus I try to be positive about Cairo, the capital and gateway to Egypt and the city which was built 1000 years ago.
I question myself, why Read More