My latest magazine feature has just hit newsstands across Canada and select international magazine stores in the United States.
It’s the main feature and cover story: an exploration of time, culture and change, and of two completely seperate worldviews which have coexisted in Egypt for centuries. Alexandria, a Hellenistic city, has always looked towards the Mediterranean, while the rest of Egypt has always looked towards the Nile.
What does this mean for the modern nation, and what does this mean for us as travelers? Pick up the September/October 2009 issue of Outpost — or read the story online — to find out!
I’m just about to leave for London and Hamburg, but more blogs are on the way. Next up: a multi-part blog on my experiences in North Korea, the world’s most reclusive country. Stay tuned!