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Where to Go in Egypt?

August 26, 2016


mummy room (egyptian museum)
egyptian museuem
citadel of salah al-din
sultan hassan
pharonic village
cairo twoer
6th october memorial
abdeen palace museum
house of zainab khatun
bab el-nasr and bab el-fotouh
sehemy home
house of jamal al-din
tomb of mohammed aly
virgin mary tree
al-rifai mosque
mosque of sultan hassan
bashtak palace
nafisa al-bayda monument
house of el set wasila
el ghoury agency house
bab zuweila (medieval gate)
joseph well
el ashraf bresbay school
abu sir necropolis
matarya’s obelisk


Around Cairo

the new tombs at saqqara
dahshur pyramids
giza pyramids
2nd pyarmid (inside)
sakkara (main site)
solar boat  




alexandria national memorial
castle qaitbay day
castle qaitbay night
al anfoushy tombs
roman amphitheater




valley of kings
valley of queens
karnak temple
luxor temple
hapu temple
luxor museum
mummy museum
statue of meritamun
tomb of ramses vi
tutankhamun’s tomb
menna w nakhet tomb
babaza tomb
deir el-medina tombs
el asasif temple
ramos tomb
valley of the queens
medinet habu (temple)
nefrtari tomb
tomb of ay
necropolis of el khokha
tombs of the princes (deir el-bahari )
kalabsha temple
hore moheb tombs
tomb of roy
merneptah temple
open-air museum at karnak


Around Luxor


esna temple
dendera temple



high dam
monastery of saint simeon


Around Aswan

temple of abu simbel


Middle Egypt

fraser tombs
bani hassan tomb
tal el amarna tombs
tona el gabal & ashmoneen
tomb of akhenaton
hawara pyramid
maidum pyramid
meer tombs


Other regions


abo el dahab mosue
citadel of salah al-din taba
christian cemetary of el bagawat

ayn asil
el arish national museum




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The V Album

July 23, 2016

The V Album

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Coloring patterns for stress relief

July 21, 2016

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German Language Lesson 1 and 2

July 21, 2016

Tips and notes

Capitalizing nouns

In German, all nouns are capitalized. For example, “my name” is “mein Name,” and “the apple” is “der Apfel.” This helps you identify which are the nouns in a sentence.

Three grammatical genders, three types of nouns

Nouns in German are either feminine, masculine or neuter. For example, “Frau” (woman) is feminine, “Mann” (man) is masculine, and “Kind” (child) is neuter. The grammatical gender may not match the biological gender: “Mädchen” (girl) is a neuter noun.

It is very important to learn every noun along with its gender because parts of German sentences change depending on the gender of their nouns.

Generally speaking, the definite article “die” (the) and the indefinite article “eine” (a/an) are used for feminine nouns, “der” and “ein” for masculine nouns, and “das” and “ein” for neuter nouns. For example, it is “die Frau,” “der Mann,” and “das Kind.” However, later you will see that this changes depending on something called the “case of the noun.”

masculine neuter feminine
indefinite (a/an) ein Mann ein Mädchen eine Frau
definite (the) der Mann das Mädchen die Frau

Conjugations of the verb sein (to be)

A few verbs like “sein” (to be) are completely irregular, and their conjugations simply need to be memorized:

German English
ich bin I am
du bist you (singular informal) are
er/sie/es ist he/she/it is
wir sind we are
ihr seid you (plural informal) are
sie sind they are
Sie sind you (formal) are

Conjugating regular verbs

Verb conjugation in German is more challenging than in English. To conjugate a regular verb in the present tense, identify the invariant stem of the verb and add the ending corresponding to any of the grammatical persons, which you can simply memorize:

trinken (to drink)

English person ending German example
I -e ich trinke
you (singular informal) -st du trinkst
he/she/it -t er/sie/es trinkt
we -en wir trinken
you (plural informal) -t ihr trinkt
you (formal) -en Sie trinken
they -en sie trinken

Notice that the 1st and the 3rd person plural have the same ending as “you (formal).”


Umlauts are letters (more specifically vowels) that have two dots above them and appear in some German words like “Mädchen.” Literally, “Umlaut” means “around the sound,” because its function is to change how the vowel sounds.

An umlaut can sometimes indicate the plural of a word. For example, the plural of “Mutter” (mother) is “Mütter.” It might even change the meaning of a word entirely. That’s why it’s very important not to ignore those little dots.

No continuous aspect

In German, there’s no continuous aspect, i.e. there are no separate forms for “I drink” and “I am drinking”. There’s only one form: Ich trinke.

There’s no such thing as Ich bin trinke or Ich bin trinken!

When translating into English, how can I tell whether to use the simple (I drink) or the continuous form (I am drinking)?

Unless the context suggests otherwise, either form should be accepted.




PortSaid – Egypt رحلة الي بورسعيد

July 19, 2016

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مجسم ل ديليسبس


على باب في ماكدونلدز..للنساء


المتحف الحربي في بورسعيد, الذي يضم تاريخ بورسعيد منذ عهد الفراعنة…وحتى الحروب من أجل مصر

اعذروني لأن التصوير لم يكن واضحاً او يوجد انعكاسات كثيرة في الزجاج.


دبابة من جيش العدو الاسرائيلي 1973


وبعد الجولة قمنا بأكل وافل من الدور الثالث في مول صن مول أمام المتحف.

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Handmade sun clock

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