This Floating Maadi Restaurant Takes Instagrammable Food to a New Level

This Floating Maadi Restaurant Takes Instagrammable Food to a New Level

  Living in Maadi, you don’t really have that many options when you’re craving a delicious meal with a side of a stunning view. You go out, meet your friends who are an hour and a half late, have mediocre food and bad shisha, go home, and that’s it. But then you get introduced to […]

There’s a ‘Humans of Mansoura’ Tumblr Account, and It’s Beautiful

There’s a ‘Humans of Mansoura’ Tumblr Account, and It’s Beautiful

Via Karima ElNesr

We’ve all heard about Humans of New York. Hell, we’ve heard about Humans of Egypt! But have you heard about Humans of Mansoura? We’ve stumbled upon this Tumblr page by the name of, well, Humans of Mansoura, and it is beautiful.     The page features stories from humans that are from Mansoura     Her name is Amira, […]

The Actual ‘Grand Hotel’ Is Booked for the Entire Summer Thanks to the Mosalsal

The Actual ‘Grand Hotel’ Is Booked for the Entire Summer Thanks to the Mosalsal

                                                                                           Photo credit: www.classic-collection.co.uk   Everyone’s favorite Ramadan mosalsal, Grand Hotel, is […]

12 Types Of People You Meet At Funk N Pop

12 Types Of People You Meet At Funk N Pop

Oh, Funk N Pop! Nacelle’s day-party/picnic concept that has very much become more of a lifestyle and less of a party. There’s sunshine, rainbows, flowers, but more importantly, there’s freakin’ people. It has been proved scientifically impossible for you to not run into literally every single person you know at Funk N Pop. Your ex-lover, archenemy, least […]

Photos to Remind You How Beautiful the Nile Is

Photos to Remind You How Beautiful the Nile Is

The Nile being the longest river in the world runs through 11 countries. With its beautiful views, wildlife and serene ambiance, the beauty of the Nile is portrayed in every picture. In 2013, the Nile was titled one of the natural seven wonders of Africa. In every country it passes through, it brings life and […]

Now that You Can’t Travel, Cruise the Nile this New Year’s

Now that You Can’t Travel, Cruise the Nile this New Year’s

  So it’s mid-December and yes, your travel plans to Beirut are a no go because the government has decided that you might have false intentions and instead of heading to BO18 or Biel, becoming a terrorist is on your agenda… Yea, no! Once you have wiped your tears, cussed out every entity and thrown […]

10 Mind-Blowing Honeymoon Spots in the Middle East

10 Mind-Blowing Honeymoon Spots in the Middle East

It seems to be wedding season pretty much every season these days. And having both friends and a sister that have recently gotten hitched, I know how tiring and nerve-wracking the whole process can be. At least there’s a white light at the end of the tunnel: those couple weeks after the wedding spent on […]

Q&A: Out to Sea? The Plastic Garbage Project – Egypt

Q&A: Out to Sea? The Plastic Garbage Project – Egypt

Cleaning Up Our Waters

Warning: These images will shock you. Did you know that every single piece of plastic that has ever been made still exists today? And much of that ends up in our waterways and oceans. “Today, not a single cubic meter of seawater is free of plastic particles,” says Darb 1718’s Reem Hatem. Darb 1718 has […]

14 Animals You Didn’t Know Live in the Nile

14 Animals You Didn’t Know Live in the Nile

Looking out over the Nile, we wondered what animals are resilient enough to live in the waters of Cairo? And what creatures reside in the cleaner parts of the river, such as Lake Nasser and the river south of the Aswan dam? After some research, we came up with a list of aquatic animals that […]

14 Things to Do in Egypt in 2014

14 Things to Do in Egypt in 2014

This year, fall in love with Egypt all over again. As the Euro and dollar climb and inflation in Egypt skyrockets, get out of your comfort zone and re-discover the wonders of our country, or explore it for the first time. There’s a reason so many tourists come (maybe not so many these days) here […]