torsdag den 21. august 2008

Dagens fotos: nr 60, 7. august


A sunrise balloonride over Luxor

onsdag den 20. august 2008

Dagens foto: nr 59, 6. august

The streets of Luxor

The photo of the day is actually a serie of pictures taken mostly from a horse carriage. We felt a bit like intruders when he drove us through the local market and the people there had to move their items away from the street. Egypt is a colourfull place but also very dirty and poor.

Dagens foto: nr 58, 5. august

I'm sorry to say that this is actually not my picture, Brian took this one. I was back at the hotel keeping close to the toilet....

Dagens foto: nr 57, 4. august

Why not dance on the bed, when you can't sleep anyway!

Dagens foto: nr 56, 3. august

The amazing columns at the Temple of Karnak

Dagens foto: nr 55, 2. august

Early morning in Luxor.

Dagens foto: nr 54, 1. august

The heros choice is off course fancy ketchup!
Please notice the view - it is the beautiful Luxor Temple.

Dagens foto: nr 53, 31. juli

Benjamin got his penguin camera, and he very quickly found out how it worked, we are still waiting for the prints. 
The photo is taken in Sharm el Sheikh Airport.

Dagens foto: nr 52, 30. juli


Dagens foto: nr 51, 29. juli

Coming soon

Home sweet home

We returned to Denmark thursday evening. Tired, but happy to be home. My sweet mother had filled the fridge with all sort of great stuff: milk, butter, jam, rugbrød (very dark bread- which i think is only eaten in Denmark and Germany - not even our swedish friend Anna likes it, but my oh my, we love it, especially after a vacation abroad), leverpostej(another danish food - it is made from - hold on- the liver from a pic, sardins, different herbs, onions, flour and more which i can't remember. It sounds disgusting, and i think if children actually new what was in it they would not eat it, but we all just love it (allmost all of us) - i guess that "liverpaté" is to be found in other countrys as well, but i don't think that anybody in the world eat the amount of the stuff that we, the danes, do.) Oh well, i will stop the food talk now, though it was nice to sit in our own sofa eating rugbrød with leverpostej.

We had a great trip, though i am not sure i will ever return to Egypt. I would love to see more of their ancient relics, but i kind of got enough of the egyptians. More about that later.

Soon i will post som photos from our vacation.

Just happy to be back online...