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As my life is a continuos wandering around, I decided to have a picture for every day of this nomadism : I love the idea of keeping a visual track of the my path. Ideas,music,personal experiences are included!
The life of a blonde foreigner in Egypt, renovating an apartment and living the daily crazy life of cairo...
I am an American living in Cairo, Egypt. I quit my job in June 2011 to move here to be with my fiance. This blog chronicles my experiences as I plan a wedding from across the globe, learn how to survive in a new culture and prepare myself for marriage. Enjoy.
Lots of dolphin underwater photos, films and stories of our weekly encounters at Egypt´s Red Sea. Please leave a comment :-)
Everyday I like to post a picture of my new life in Cairo. I write my comments in English and in French. I hope you'll like it!
This blog focuses on my life as a born and raised Londoner, with a three and a half year stint in Egypt. I love to explore, capture and reflect on the discoveries I make.
I'm back in the US - view all entries tagged "Egypt" to read about my experience. A summer living & working in Egypt at the American University in Cairo.
An American business professional living/working in Cairo for the time being. A blog to detail my musings, document my experiences, and just have a forum to "pop off" about anything that strikes my fancy.
As the saying goes ‘where I lay my head is home’. Egypt will be our new home from July 2008 till July 2010. Having moved from the UK, we have had to adjust to life in Jordan for the past 19 months and we are now embarking on a new journey. A journey where others have been on before and we are to follow. We leave behind foot steps, fond memories and good friends but hope that the future is brighter and better then the past. This blog is to share our journey with others who are either travelling with us or settled already. So why the name ‘wasapninegypt’? Well to cut a long story short I grew up in the East End of London and the people there have a habit of eating words. So ‘What is happening Egypt’ very easily becomes ‘wasapnin egypt’. Hence the name.
This is a guide to Egypt, for new comers that want to learn where to go and what to do, I was once a new comer myself.
Gail at Large
My name is Gail, I was born in the Philippines but immigrated to Canada as a young child with my family. I currently live in Porto, Portugal’s second-largest metropolitan area, located in the north on the Atlantic coast. Spain is an hour to the north and about two hours to the east.