Egypt’s tourism industry is still reeling but hope is on the horizon

Political upheaval, air crashes and fears over security at ancient sites have devastated the country’s tourism industry – but the return of flights from the UK to Luxor is a welcome step towards recovery

Pyramid Racing – Part 3

On June 21st the races on the Pyramid of Menkaure start at 6am, those on Khafre at 10am, and on the Great Pyramid at 2pm. All the races on Menkaure and Khafre are normal pyramid races as is the first race for each contestant on the Great Pyramid. However, in the “Race to the Stars”,Continue reading “Pyramid Racing – Part 3”

Pyramid Climbing at Giza

The Pyramids at Giza and Saqqara have long held the fascination of the world and the method of their construction has been the subject of much debate. The Pyramids are visited by thousands of tourists each year and yet none of them are allowed to climb on these architectural wonders of the world. However, onContinue reading “Pyramid Climbing at Giza”

Sports the Olympics Forgot – Pyramid Racing

This is an excerpt from the Pyramid Racing story in the book, Sports the Olympics Forgot A basic pyramid race comprises four racers, one for each of the edges. The idea is that the contestants start the race 50 yards from their corner of the pyramid. They stand by an empty plinth and wait for the StartingContinue reading “Sports the Olympics Forgot – Pyramid Racing”