Like Arnold, I’m baaaaaaaaaack

Semi-accidental selfie at the Cairo Museum

For the past two weeks, I have been touring Egypt — I, who for ten years have been saying “My traveling days are over.” Three days in Cairo, a boat trip from Luxor up to Aswan, a trip into the Sahara to Abu Simbel, only about 20 miles from the Sudanese border — not my usual routine.

Although I have been drawn to Egypt from my earliest days, I never expected to see it. It was a very important thing to do, as it turns out (and as I never doubted, else I wouldn’t have gone), and I’ll write about it and post some photos in due time.

8 thoughts on “Like Arnold, I’m baaaaaaaaaack

  1. Awesome!! Can’t wait to hear your sharings. The shadows in your “accidental” selfie make you look like you are wearing a pharoah’s false beard…..wild!!

  2. Wow! Can’t wait to learn about who you “communicated” with while there! Or was it a true vacation? Glad to hear you were out and about in Egypt!

  3. Glad to see you’re finaly getting out and about Frank. Too much channeling may be good for the soul but not the body.

    1. Ditto, absolutely some fascinating places to visit – and thank you for sharing Frank – Love the photo. I never was to Abu Simpel but the other places you thave visited twice back in the 1980s, together with the Scandinavian Theosophical Society. I`ll guess there`s much of the changes about the areas since back then(as everywhere else in the world). The Giza plateu laying all alone in the desert, no roads or houses(or a city) surrounding the Pyramids. Witty as it is but Karnak was felt very “special” to me. AND the Hotel in Karnak we were staying at the time – The old Hotel in Luxor(wonder if the hotel was built in 1889?), with the view over the Nile, and where the late Agatha (Sullivan) Christie wrote her novel about: “The Murder on The Nile.” P.S. I love the Agatha Christies`.

      … and thank you very much again Frank, always appreciating yours,
      Inger Lise

  4. That photo!!! And welcome home – the physical as well as the internet home. Looking very much forward to the stories from your journeys.

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