You don’t have to be particularly interested in history and archaeology to appreciate a trip to Egypt and Jordan, but it helps. You don’t just go to these places for the scenery. After a week or two, your head will be bursting with pharaohs, hieroglyphs, obelisks, hypostyles and cartouches. By the end of your tour it’s hard not to be in awe of the mighty accomplishments and perseverance of these ancient civilisations.
This spectacular photographic journey was taken in January 2009.
Like most of us, Graham Meale spent a good deal of his life hostage to a mortgage. In 2004, at age 47, he realised that there was more to life, got his first passport and began working hard to fill it up. He has travelled extensively in every continent except Antarctica. His goal is to see every nation on Earth that doesn’t have a McDonalds.
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