: 5,000 YEARS OF MYSTERY"
by William Dietrich
Published: December 2005, the Seattle Times
all, Egypt rewards the effort you put into understanding it... Our group
crawled down dusty tunnels into cubbyhole tombs, took turns trying to read
hieroglyphics, shared lectures on subjects we knew, rose before dawn to
ride hot-air balloons, and came away feeling we'd experienced something
Debra M. Smith,
April 07, 2007, the Calgary Herald
We wanted to see all the ancient wonders -- minus the crowds. Time and
space were ample on a small-group custom tour.
by Ray and Ida Diaz
February 2001 Tour
is imprinted in our minds and in our hearts forever."
EGYPT" by Marie F.
February 2000 Tour
"...the Cairo Museum, which
was fabulous and no more strenuous than spending a whole day in a big
museum. Muhammad was in his element, and all of us just chased after him,
gawking and quizzing him, and trying to take it all in. We ended with a
fine Egyptian dinnerónot hotel-styleóat a restaurant in Cairo."