On the anniversary of Arab Spring in 2013, we went to Egypt. I remembered that I was fascinated about the pyramids when I was young boy that I drew the pyramids on a piece of paper and pasted it onto my bedroom door. Being there was just plain surreal.
The pyramids of Giza reflected in the pool of heritage hotel, Mena House.
One of the world's longest rivers and cradle of one of mankind's oldest civilisations.
The Sphinx was smaller than I initially thought.
One can see the urban sprawl of Giza just behind the pyramids.
Once closed to the public, this tomb was briefly opened. No photography allowed inside, this was on the door frame.
Cannot miss a photo opportunity with this world wonder!
Couldn't be any happier about having a balcony with this view. I could see the pyramids straight through my bedroom window at Mena House!
Flying into Egypt, my first time to set foot on the great continent of Africa.
Lovely country but with a very turbulent past and an uncertain present.
Waterways are clogged with garbage en route to the airport.
The dense sprawl encroaching on the pyramids.
A very brief but nothing short of spectacular trip to see the ancient wonders in the Giza Plateau right on the anniversary of the Arab Spring.