Eat, Travel, Love – The Diary of an Egyptian Traveler

– By: Alexandra Kinias

Saturday October 1, 2016

14192151_307734339618204_5594059176185548791_n“Happiness is the consequence of personal effort. You fight for it, strive for it, insist upon it, and sometimes even travel around the world looking for it. ‘ – Elizabeth Gilbert author of ‘Eat, Pray, Love’

Many dream of traveling the world, but few have enough courage to trade in the security and comforts of home for a life on the road. Omneya Fareed is a 26-year-old banker who decided to break through the pressures of Egyptian society on single women to conform, marry and settle.           Continue Reading

Roads of Lasting Memories: An Egyptian Girl’s Solo Cycling Adventure in South Korea

– By: Alexandra Kinias
Monday October 8, 2016

14494673_1835507100018570_8243667874333568567_nDriven by her passion for new adventures, Shaimaa El Zayat, the 33-year-old cyclist and world traveler, loves to embark on life altering journeys that push the boundaries and challenge her being. The latest of these adventures was a cross-country solo cycling tour along the four rivers of South Korea. In six days she covered 633 km, through bike trails ….       Continue Reading….

Take Me Back to Cairo

– By: Azza Radwan Sedky
Tuesday January 3, 2017

As I get ready to travel back to Vancouver, Canada, the same emotions that engulf me every time I’m about to leave Cairo tickle my senses again. I’ve lived all my adult life abroad. However, in the last 20 years, or so, I shifted schedules, courses, and life in general so as to spend a good portion of the year, especially the winters, in Egypt. And as I am about to leave again … Continue Reading

Egypt’s Easy Rider Travels the Country on a Motorbike

By: May Allam
Tuesday February 14, 2017

On October 29, 2016, Shereen Adel, a computer science graduate, travel writer and a passionate biker, became the first Egyptian woman to tour Egypt on a motorcycle.

Together with 4 other riders, including her husband, she completed a circular route of 2700 km in 9 days, from Cairo to Marsa Alam, Aswan, Luxor, the oasis of Kharga, Dakhla, Farafra, Bahareya and back to Cairo….  Continue Reading 

ACONCAGUA – My Unclimbed Mountain

Wednesday March 15, 2017
By: Manal Rostom

A marathon runner, biker, diver and hiker, Manal Rostom is also a mountain climber. She climbed some of the highest mountains in the world; St Catherine in Egypt, Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Mount Kenya, Piton de la Petite Rivière Noire in Mauritius and Elbrus in Russia. Her expedition to summit Aconcagua, in Argentina, failed due to weather conditions. Rostom is preparing for a second try and aspires to become the first Egyptian woman to summit Everest. Here is her story on Aconcagua…. Continue Reading 

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