A visit to the Sahara Desert again (this time in Egypt) in Photos.

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  1. Fantastic photos Jaime, I can feel the dry heat radiating off of them 😉
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  2. Oh my gosh! These pictures are absolutely AMAZING!

  3. And your description of Ms. Sahara is so beautiful! I think you have truly captured the essence of a world traveler. The way you describe your love and passion for the places you visit is truly inspiring! Thank you so much for sharing a piece of your soul and letting us get to know you, a little more, through your wonderful blogs.

  4. These really are fantastic photos! I can’t wait until I get to go and hope my photos are have as beautiful as yours!
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  5. After a month roaming around Morocco, and this month in Egypt, I forget how “amazing” photos of the dunes look to everyone else. Maybe I should post some too. Cheers for the post and photos. Hope you’re enjoying Egypt!
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    • Oh Ian they are some of the most amazing photos… ever!!! I love the deset… just fucking love it and can’t get enough of it. Hope you are enjoying Egypt too~ I am loving it!

  6. These pics are insanely amazing!!! But wait sea shells in the desert!?!?!?!?!?!?!!??
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    • Thanks Andy & yup SEA SHELLS IN THE DESERT… it used to be under water millions and millions of years ago. So damn crazy… & just beautiful.

  7. What cool pictures. It is crazy to see the seashells and think that it used to be the bottom of some ocean. Actually while looking at the pictures I was wondering what is at the bottom of all the sand. Is it sand all the way down? But then that is my technical mind, gotta shut down and enjoy the beauty.
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    • Andrew it’s okay to think all those things, cus I do the same damn thing… When I am out there I enjoy the beauty but can’t help but think of a million things. Like what you are wondering… oh and then yes when you see the sea shells you are like WTF?

  8. These photos are gorgeous! Loving the ‘in-photos’ series so far.
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  9. Absolutely incredible!! These photos look amazing. Can’t wait to visit the Sahara desert one day – your posts really make us want to go to Egypt & Morocco now!!!
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    • Thanks Dani, I can’t wait for yall to visit the Sahara, it is just amazing… and breath taking. I hope yall make it to Egypt soon… it’s just amazing and right now not many people here!!!

  10. Gorgeous pictures Jaime! The sand dollar shells are a little crazy and unexpected. Glad you had such a great time!
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    • Thanks Ali, I know for real… they through me off too. I couldn’t believe it, but yeah this all used to be under water! Crazy to think about that.

  11. QueenBrain12 says:

    breath taking! I love them all. You make me want to hop on a plane now and join you.. eff it! lmao

    Stay safe and keep enjoying yourself on this journey.


    • Jaime Davila says:

      Eff it… do it!!! Ahh you will be able to eff it all when you get your passport at anytime you want…lol!!! Glad you liked the photos!

  12. Fatimah says:

    I remember while living in Cairo, how many times I went to the desert however, not out as far as you have traveled.
    it was a dream of mine however, only stayed around the Pyramids.
    thank you for your photos journey I did enjoy it .


    • Jaime Davila says:

      Thank you Fatimah, I am glad you enjoyed the photos. I can’t wait to go back to Egypt and when I do I want to live in the desert.

  13. Great photos! Perhaps the shells were from the global flood in the days of Noah. Even Mt. Everest has shells on it.

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