❂ Scorching in the Necropolis of Giza ☥

Behold, the wonders of a lost world…
Pyramids are architectures of the future – built by the ancients, with power granted from the heavens.
“King of Kings am I, Osymandias. If anyone would know how great I am and where I lie, let him surpass one of my works.” – King Ramses the great 

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Hi! I'm Hideki. You can call me Josh! ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ Welcome!!~ This is a Travel Blog covering Japan, and many other bits & pieces of my personal life. Photography, Blogging, Fashion & Traveling in Style. A travel guide for everyone with these passions. Absorb the mesmerizing atmosphere, take in amazing sights & let the enchanting ambiance take you away as you embrace different cultures & see the world through my eyes - my Eternal Memories. Visit my Blog at: JoshuaHideki.com ! Come discover Japan from the inside with me and also we'll provide you with the best destinations to visit; and that includes the rest of the World too! Please enjoy! Discover Japan & Travel the World with me!! Life is precious, you only have one so live it to the fullest!

8 thoughts on “❂ Scorching in the Necropolis of Giza ☥

  1. NIce photo ; D

  2. OMG! I always wanted to visit Egypt! Actually, I wanted to be an Egyptologist! xD
    Cool picture! 😉

    • Cool! I had that dream when I was a child too. I used to play many computer games that were set in Egypt when i was still a kid. Guess that sparked my interest! 😉

      Btw would you like to follow each other via GFC?
      Please let me know, thank you!~


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