You Know You’re in Egypt When…
Signs can be revelatory about a culture. And we came across this one walking down the seafront in Dahab, on the coast of the Sinai desert in Egypt.
The local Bedouin have moved more to pickup trucks than camels nowadays, which, if you’ve ever ridden a camel, should come as no surprise. But the odd camel and plenty of horses ply the desert between the two sides of town and you can tell you’re a long way from home
Theodora Sutcliffe blogs at Travels With A Nine Year Old about her long-term journey with her now-11-year-old son. For some comedy signs from Asia, visit here: http://travelswithanineyearold.com/2010/08/29/6-signs-that-say-youre-a-long-way-from-home/
This is part of a new series of photos I’m calling:
“Things You Don’t See At
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Look for “Things You Don’t See At Home” photos every Friday. (to coincide with #FriFoto on Twitter).