It’s not everyday you get to meet someone who can claim “adventure tour leader in the Middle East” as one of his past jobs. After two years of this exciting work, Nick has settled into “the delicious chaos of Cairo” where he is currently working as an English teacher and freelance writer.
More on Nick:
I’m fired up on: The complexities and absurdities of the human condition; reality, consciousness, and belief systems; social and environmental justice; where we’ve been, where we are, and where we’re going.
Travel style: With little baggage, few preconceptions, and serendipity as a guide.
Favorite books: Difficult one, changes all the time. Shantaram (Gregory David Roberts), A Scanner Darkly (Phillip K Dick), Foucault’s Pendulum (Umberto Eco).
I want to make a difference by: Living my dreams, and making my own small contribution to the beautiful unfolding narrative of the universe.
Why I travel: Because to travel is to live: there is no better way to learn about yourself, and the world around you. By doing so, you might help to make the world a better place.
To get in touch with Pharaonick, visit his Matador profile.
For more on Egypt, check out Benjamin Orbach’s Egyptian Paradise article.
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