Mohamed Zayed HasabAllah
Mohamed Zayed HasabAllah is a tour guide in Egypt. He is passionate about his work, his destination and especially the Great Pyramids.
"For 7000 years the great pyramids have stood like a giant goliath defying anyone from learning it's secret. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and the only one to remain largely intact. When it was built, The Great Pyramid was covered by white stones that formed a smooth outer surface. Some of these stones can still be seen around the base. Most of what can be seen of the pyramid now is its basic core of 2,300,000 blocks of limestone and granite. There have been many different theories to explain how the pyramid was built".
Affluent Society would like to thank Mohamed for sharing his photo and comment with our Destination Revisited Series. This is our way of supporting the global and local tourism industry, which has been adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. We look forward to seeing you in Egypt!
All of us live somewhere with interesting sights. We travel to new destinations. Some of us jet-set and live in different places around the world. Affluent Society's Destination Revisited Series reminds us that travel is still possible during these COVID-19 times by posting and sharing photos of places and experiences. It gets us dreaming and inspires our travel plans for the foreseeable future. This post adds to the Destination Revisited Series. Now it's time to share yours.