Taking a break from the long essays, I wanted to post from my travels. While there are a million travel blogs all over the world, I travel extensively. In the past five years, I have been to South Korea, Taiwan, Japan, Northern Mexico, Southern Mexico, and Cairo. It is one of the perks of the job I have chosen to do: I make a middle class living at much lower pay than I could in the States, and I get to travel all over the planet. This has been crucial to changing my thinking in the past five years, even if the internet lessens the alienation (and thus the impact) of travel.
Today, my partner and I went to outskirts of Giza with a group of Americans and two Egyptians to ancient capitals of KMT. Here are some pictures for your enjoyment: