This is a lot more difficult than it looks!
Camels are a lot higher up than horses, and a lot wobblier than elephants. Kisses are very scary at that height on an unpredictable animal!
I was going to post a picture of me kissing a camel, but I had already posted it here, and this one is more appropriate for the week that is in it!
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This is a wonderful picture =) Riding a camel is one of the things of my “bucket list”, actually. You are so lucky that you’ve had that experience!
Thanks 🙂 It was great fun, just the kiss bit was very nerve-racking! Peter is not keen on horses let alone camels, so the next one will be a solo ride I am sure
Okay, so I have to ask, do camels make you feel frisky? I ask because have you seen the number of kiss photos that include camels????? What is it about camels I apparently don’t know? 🙂
I think with the camels, it’s just animal attraction!
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Whadda photo! How was the Great Pyramid?
Pretty amazing to be standing right next to it, the only remaining of the seven wonders of the ancient world! An iconic image from early childhood, and we could touch it!
Although it wasn’t open for tourists to go inside, we did manage to get to go inside other pyramids. We went at a quiet time for tourists in Egypt. I expect it could get extremely busy there!
I don’t know about now, but I would love to visit the Great Pyramid.
It is most definitely a visit worth taking. All you need to do is get to Cairo, the Pyramids are a short bus ride away
Gotta do it.
A trip of a lifetime 🙂
It would be.
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Great photo and what a wonderful thing to be able to experience!
Yes, we are so lucky! Egypt, the dawn of civilisation, it really is an amazing place. I really want to go back to Cairo, I really loved it, and hopefully visit Alexandria someday too
super! kissing while riding camels…i love the idea and look at the sweet camel faces! lovely.
I think they are very cute… Have you seen their teeth? There’s a close up here
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Thank you 🙂
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One camel says to the other: “Don’t look back, Dear, they are kissing!”
Wonderful photo, I can almost feel the heat!
I think the camels are very used to it! Egypt is a common honeymoon destination 🙂 Warm was lovely! 14
degrees C yesterday here….(4 today)
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