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Especially in the current political climate, putting out an issue of an Egyptian magazine with the theme “Sexy” is a brave move. I have four stories in this issue of Magnificent – Hot Spots (not what it sounds like, the … Continue reading
“A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions.” Oliver Wendell Holmes “Travel is more than a seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the … Continue reading
I haven’t posted about my feelings and plans lately. Much has been happening in my personal life that I won’t go into on the blog. I feel the most important relationship of my life may be ending and this is … Continue reading
It is a year since I left Australia and moved to Siwa. As the Egyptian people’s Revolution continues to burn in Cairo and Alexandria, Siwa remains unruffled, although the changes in this year are having an impact here as fewer … Continue reading
“Love is not holding hands while you understand each other. It’s about having lots of misunderstandings. and still not leaving each other’s hands.” author unknown T is back after 4 ½ months working on the other side of Egypt. One … Continue reading
I suspect Dr Who’s tardis got its signature sound from – a donkey. I decided this while lying sleepless in the heat at 1am, listening to all the noises around the house, and pondering how to describe the sounds of … Continue reading
6 months in Siwa: getting to know the place and people, finding someone special, and discovering myself
This week marks 6 months since I arrived in Siwa to live. It has been an amazing experience, and while I had anticipated much of what life here would be like, each day has brought discoveries, learning, and also challenges … Continue reading