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Travel Tuesday: Machu Picchu

I went to this play in 2007. I so missed this! I learned that I was afraid of heights when I started this trek, but I finished it.  I swear that I will make the trek again.   F. M. … Continue reading

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Travel Tuesday: Cuba

Of all the places on my must go-to list, Cuba is right at the top.  Now, I just need to figure out the logistics but I think this maybe where I go to for Christmas this year.  Yes, I plan … Continue reading

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Travel Tuesday: Antarctica

Why? Because it is there, that’s why!  This would be the ultimate trip for me people!  One day, one day.  Imagine me on a scientific trek to Antarctica. Oh, the adventures I’ll have. F. M. Laster “I only like two … Continue reading

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Travel Tuesday: Tempe of Seti I

The Temple of Seti I is the mortuary temple of Pharaoh Seti I on the west bank of the Nile in Abydos. The ancient temple was constructed towards the end of the reign of Seti, and may have been completed … Continue reading

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Travel Tuesday: Temple of Edfu

Here’s another impressive site to add to my list of places. The Temple of Edfu, dedicated to the falcon god Horus, is the second-largest Egyptian temple after Karnak and one of the best-preserved. The construction of this temple began in … Continue reading

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Travel Tuesday: Luxor Temple

Ah, here’s yet another impressive Egyptian human feat, or was it the aliens, Luxor Temple. Not sure how I feel about the light show. Anyway, Luxor Temple is located on the east bank of the River Nile in the ancient … Continue reading

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Travel Tuesday: Abu Simbel

Ramses the Great was GREAT. As this monument suggests.  He let everyone know that he was the HPIC! The twin temples of Abu Simbel were carved out of the mountainside during the reign of Pharaoh Ramesses The Great in the … Continue reading

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