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mseif_99

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  • Member since 7th May 12
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  • Full Name: Mohammed Seif ( 35 / Male )
  • Lives In: Sharjah, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
  • Citizenship: Egypt
  • Marital Status: Married
  • Occupation: Architect
  • About mseif_99:

    A coffee aficionado. Would appreciate a nice cup of macchiato or a cappuccino anytime of the day (sorry Italians!).

    I have a strong passion about photography. Have been photographing using 35mm films till recently. Would not call myself a professional, but rather a serious amateur.

    One of my biggest pleasures is to relax on a secluded beach (those palm-fringed ones) reading about something I'm passionate about.

  • Hobbies:

    A coffee aficionado. Would appreciate a nice cup of macchiato or a cappuccino anytime of the day (sorry Italians!).

    I have a strong passion about photography. Have been photographing using 35mm films till recently. Would not call myself a professional, but rather a serious amateur.

Iran_2016me...:)

Trips

Trip Stats

Zambia_2015

Visiting: United Arab Emirates.

Zambia_2015 (5372 kms)

Visiting: United Arab Emirates and Zambia.

Ghana_2015 (6519 kms)

Visiting: United Arab Emirates and Ghana.

Travel Help

Egypt

As a resident of the always tourist-troubled and also a tourist dream destination, it is so common in Egypt to hear & read stories of people got scammed, or most commonly miss-guided. I'am An architect, living in Cairo, but have experienced most of the travelers' Egypt's destinations, encountering many activities, starting from just visiting the pyramids in Giza, to interacting with the people in the busy nights of Cairo, snorkeling in the red sea, climbing/hiking Mount Sinai in St.Catherine, camping in the desert under the full-moon light...etc. Hopefully I can answer your queries, and aid you to enjoy your stay.

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