About 85% of Filipinos are Christians and the Philippines is considered to be the 6th largest Christian country in the world. Which is why it only makes sense that a lot of Filipinos dreams of visiting the land of the Bible. To some, traveling to the holy land is considered to be the final step … Continue reading Holy Land Pilgrimage: Following the Footsteps of Jesus (Photo Essay)
It starts with Dune Bashing where you are inside a 4×4 vehicle and you drive through the sand dunes of the Arabian Desert for almost an hour in the Al Maha Desert reserve. … Finally, the group heads over to the Arabian Desert camp site where you are greeted with a free camel ride and an Arabian BBQ Buffet dinner. … But the best part of the night happens when they close all the lights in the campsite to have pitch black effect where you can only see the stars and if you stare long enough, the satellite slowly orbiting the earth.
“Known in Arabic as Abu al-Hol (Father of Terror), the feline man was called the Sphinx by the ancient Greeks because it resembled the mythical winged monster with a woman’s head and lion’s body who set riddles and killed anyone unable to answer them.” (lonely planet) The South face of the Great Pyramid of Cheops has two structures that you can explore. … I don’t know if it was true, but if you lie down in the tomb of the pharaoh for 5 minutes, you would feel the electrical energy generated by the pyramid opening up your chakras. … One of the best experiences on earth — watching the light and sound show of the Great Pyramids at night while sitting on the camel’s back with the glow of the sahara sunset in the horizon and listening to the peaceful sound of the desert.