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‘Egypt is the Most Fascinating Place on Earth’: How to Spend Just 48 Hours in Egypt

‘Egypt is the Most Fascinating Place on Earth’: How to Spend Just 48 Hours in Egypt

Jeff and Anne (via What Doesn’t Suck)

How much can you do in Egypt in just 48 hours? A lot, as Jeff and Anne from What Doesn’t Suck show in their latest viral video.

“I’ll go ahead and say it right now, Egypt is the most fascinating country on Earth,” says Jeff, both in a blog post and in the video that has been viewed more than 280,000 times on Facebook.

From visiting the oldest pyramd in the world and drinking hot Egyptian-style tea, to chilling at a roof top bar and celebrating their proposal in Egypt with a cake at the top of Moqattam, the American and French duo show travellers how it all can be done in the video below.

If you don’t feel like watching, you can check out their blog post about their 48 hours in Egypt by clicking here.

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