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Very proud of my brother @zulfikaralibhutto MFA final piece, a remembrance of the many men who were killed fighting Zia ul Haq's martial law
When you posing hard for a photo but trying to look natural
For the Middle Eastern food enthusiasts: toum
The best part: Syrian shawarma. Closest to home I've had in years. ❤️
Cafe Riche, again. But fancy. #Cairo
Cafe Riche where Gamal Abdul Nasser and the free officers planned the revolution 🇪🇬 #Cairo
Egyptian museum, #Cairo - I went to see the animal mummies. (The ancients believed their pets would join them in the afterlife)
Last September I was in Beirut to write a travel story on the city for @tankmagazine. While I was there, my friend Iman Ghandour @imanelhassangh took me through Beirut as the protests around the city's garbage problem grew in strength. We went to a protest together and she spoke passionately about h
#Karnak temple #Luxor
Amenhotep III statues being excavated in #Luxor @cntravellerindia
Shtyle #Luxor
Original colour on the ceilings of Habu temple #Luxor
Sunset on the #oberoiphilae #Nile #Luxor
Boats on the #Nile. I saw one named "Titanic"
#Sphinx avenue #Luxor @cntravellerindia
#Luxor for @cntravellerindia
Sailing on the #oberoiphilae 🇪🇬
Knefeh or I guess kunafah as they say here #oberoiphilae #egypt
#Komombo temple is part dedicated to Sobek, the crocodile god that terrorised villagers in this bend of the #Nile. Here are some cute crocodile mummies preserved in the adjoining museum #egypt
Last one from #Komombo - ancient #egypt's 3 enemies depicted as prisoners of war. Libyans, Syrians, and the warrior Nubians. Note the handcuffs
Sekhmet, the goddess of war #Komombo (because it was the lioness, not the lions who hunted) #egypt
The temple is thousands of years old - but check out the scissors, sponge and brain removing nose hooks (if your face was not intact, your soul would not be able to recognise you in the afterlife. So they removed the brain via your nostrils) #Komombo #temple #egypt
#Komombo temple 🇪🇬
 
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