Herbrechtingen is a small town in Germany – and just outside of it, there are these stone pillars. It’s a nice 20 min walk through the german countryside to get here, and there is literally nothing else around, but the strange formation is worth it.
There is a famous town in Egypt – of which I sadly forgot the name – that operates traffic mainly with horses. This is surely a tourist attraction tactic, but either way, they are famous for it. The drivers of the carriages usually shout at each other a lot as well which is just part …
If you ever cruise along the Nile in Egypt, make sure to keep an eye out left and right. Often you will find groups of young people that gather and wave to you – granted, I wasn’t sure why they would gather where they did, but who am I to know the spots where young hang out these days along the Nile.
Here is another view from that balloon ride we did in the Sahara in Egypt. There is a little building in that rockface for scale.
Some people just have that gift … we walked through a riverbed and hiked through the mountains, but my friend Marco here can lose all exhaustion within seconds and is ready to pose for pictures anytime.