By far one of the most wonderful parts of this journey through Egypt that I’ve been on with Abercrombie & Kent has been the actual cruise on the Nile River. It’s allowed us to take in a large portion of the country during the day while traveling between places at night (well, sleeping as the Captain steers our boat to the next destination)!
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I am currently traveling through Egypt on a 10 day tour with Abercrombie & Kent. The majority of those people who offered a reaction to my doing this trip other than, “Can’t wait to see photos!” usually said something along the lines of, “Please be safe.” or “OMG I can’t believe you’re going there. Is it safe to do that?”.
Without getting into the why behind that question because I don’t like to be too political or controversial on my blog, I do still want to say, YES. That is, I think yes it is safe to travel here to Egypt. And most especially with a company like Abercrombie & Kent.
This is the fourth post in a four part series about Brooklyn and it is a partnership with Brooklyn-based retailer Focus Camera. All images in this post were created with the Samsung NX500 which retails on their site for $798 currently.
On the same day that I visited Prospect Park, which I showcase in this post, I also visited the neighborhood of Carroll Gardens in Brooklyn. It’s an area of the borough I’ve long been curious about so I was excited that Focus Camera gave me the freedom to blog about it along with the other locations I chose for this series.
If you live in NYC, you’ve probably heard this is an area mainly for all The Strollers. That is, the young professional families with children. My question to myself was, “Could I uncover more than that?” My question to Carroll Gardens itself was, “Is there more than that?”