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TAPinto Travels Presents: Egypt’s Light

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And then he caught the sunlight...... Credits: Kristin Templin
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Every once in awhile, everything comes together to give you the perfect travel pic...... Credits: Kristin Templin
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Another great look at the Giza Pyramids. Anyone want to ride a camel? Credits: Kristin Templin
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The best way to end a trip down the NIle is a sunrise hot air balloon ride over the Valley of the Kings. Credits: Kristin Templin
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Exploring Cairo.....a fascinating city with one of the best museum's in the world - the Egyptian Museum. I love the French architecture doted around and the souks feel like stepping back in time! Credits: Kristin Templin
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The detail in the temples is absolutely amazing. This would be impressive if it was done today - imagine how difficult it would have been thousands of years ago? Credits: Kristin Templin
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TAPintoTravels is here to inspire traveling in any form.  Whether it is a visit to a neighboring town or traveling to an exotic land, it is travel and we salute you.  We also like to highlight those people in the TAPinto community who make traveling part of their lives.

This week we are featuring photos from Kristin Templin captured during her trip to Egypt.  Kristin is a former resident of Chatham and is now a “resident of the world”.  She has been to all seven continents and to over one hundred countries.  Please follow her adventures through Facebook or Instagram.

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