Beautiful sunset in Cairo, Egypt
What a great time of year to have the opportunity to come back to my hometown, from the snow to the sunshine and palm trees! On top of that a chance to connect and network with some of my besties, old and new friends.
Yesterday I had my last day in Cairo before heading back to Stockholm and since the sun was shining, I decided to go for a last walk around the city.
My morning started with a breakfast at Pottery Cafe in Zamalek, then I went to have lunch with my family before I headed into town to take some photos of the sun. Vacay days flew so fast!!
When I got back it was time to pack my bags, have dinner with my friends, say goodbye and leave to the airport. So sad to say goodbye to those awesome friends.. But I will definitely see you soon!
From the flight I saw Stockholm covered in snow like a winterland. So, another day with lots of snow and Cold! Ohhhhh I wish I could turn back in time and feel the sun on my face again.
Stockholm is that city which never stops, even in the middle of a snow storm. This year we have quite a cold winter.
Counting down to Christmas feels pretty anyway.
Now I will go to see my Swedish friends, and have some quality time with before the weekend finish.
Hugs & XOXO
Hey girls and guys, OMG I finished a tough and exciting adventure in Wadi Mujib.
Personally I didn’t know the place but thanks to my friend who sent me with some of his German friends who have been there before, I got to experience one of the most fun adventures ever.
The hike we did today had a guide front us. It was like hiking except that you had to walk in the flooded waterfalls along the way.
Hahahaha I had my leather REEBOK shoes on, as I didn’t know where they are taking me. Bye Bye pretty shoes, you were so good to me!
My experience in Wadi Mujib was amazing. The canyon was beautiful and the water was nice and cool. I really had so much fun walking through the stream, climbing up the water falls though I had to be pushed up twice hahahaha, and the tour guides were so nice and helpful.
The walk was harder than I expected. In fact, it actually would not have been possible without the presence of the guide and my friends who had to lift me up over some rocks.
The hike back was more fun. It’s a lot easier to slide down waterfalls than to ascend them. WOW I didn’t laugh as much as I did during the way back.
By the time we got back to the cliff, my poor shoes were completely filled with small sand from walking through the stream, but it was a great trip indeed.
Wadi Mujib is a genuinely remote and wild place, the lowest nature reserve on earth south of Amman.
XOXO from Amman, J
My Converse visited the gym this morning .. Only because I can, so don’t judge me because I sin differently than you.
At this moment, I’m enjoying the lovely company of my baby Jamie Sallmen having green tea at the same time in two different countries. One of us is in Sweden and the other is in Egypt .. Ohh Yeah because we are sooo cuteeeee!!