C is for Chili Peppers These red hot chilies were found in the Ma’adi souq (market). Read about Egyptian Cuisine: Unique Egyptian Ingredients. One ingredient that is popular in Egyptian cooking is the chili pepper.… Continue reading
S is for Sunbird This is a Nile Valley Sunbird taken in the garden of a guest house in Luxor, Egypt.
B is for Beads A selection of the beaded bracelets, necklaces, rings, and keychains being sold by the Bedouin women and children. Taken in Nuweiba Tarabeen, South Sinai. About this Escapade
S is for Sunset And this one was taken from the shores of Moon Beach, Sinai. About this Escapade
B is for Boys These friendly boys asked to have their picture taken as I wondered through the Ma’adi souq (market) snapping shots for my book. About this Escapade
B is for Bread Bedouin Bread! Two women of the Muzeina tribe shared this delicious tibenna bread with us one afternoon at the Lagoon, Dahab, South Sinai. About this Escapade
B is for Bedouin A Bedouin woman of the Tarabeen tribe mends a beaded bracelet. Taken during a morning tea visit on the shore of Nuweiba Tarabeen, South Sinai. About this Escapade
J is for Jasmine This was one of the first blooms on our new jasmine plant in our desert garden in Dahab, South Sinai. About this Escapade
A is for Acacia This is a close-up shot of the spines of an acacia tree. Taken on a hike along the coast between Blue Hole to Ras Abu Galum, South Sinai.