The great pyramid as it has looked for 4,000 years.
Henry and Jennifer at the foot of the Great Pyramid at Giza
A funerary boat discovered intact buried at the foot of the Great Pyramid.
The Great Pyramid is solid as a rock.
The pyramids from a distance. We were there at the peak of tourist season so everything is crowded.
Abby and Henry from the hill overlooking all three pyramids. This is probably the top photo spot in Egypt. And there were vendors everywhere to prove it.
OK maybe the second most popular shot in Egypt!
Bridge over the Nile. The Nile is the center of all life in Egypt both economically and socially. Without the Nile, there is no Egypt.
Yes. Even here. And all the fast food restaurants deliver by motorbike.
The street scene is amazing. It picks up after 4p and goes until nearly midnight.
Took most of these from the bus, alas. It wasn't really safe to go out at night by yourself.
We loved these lights - and even bought one like it for the foyer.
Waiting for the bus after dinner. We did a lot of that.
Each knot is hand tied. They work faster than you can see.
A colossal statue of Ramses II. When in doubt it's always Ramses II.
This picture only cost me two pounds Egyptian. (About 35¢). They pose first then ask for money later.
The step pyramid at Saqqara - the first known pyramid
Henry and friend pretending they're in Assassin's Creed