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Matt: We are NOT getting any more cats! 😾 Also Matt: I love her and I would die for her, she’s perfect 😻 Introducing... Peach 🍑 The most beautiful, playful, sweet kitten in the world and our third and final fur-baby 😂 We’ve had a few bumps introducing her to Figgy and Weetie. Figs loves her and wants to be best friends while Weet is taking a while to warm up. After a rough start I’ve been following the @thecatdaddy’s guide to introducing them (a 4 or 5 part series on his blog) and it’s going so much better now! His posts have been a life saver and with a bit of patience, we’ll get there 😊❤️ P.S this photo makes me think how much happier we’d be if we embraced our bodies with the same love we do with our pets - look at that big, full belly and those skinny lanky legs 😂 adorable!
DRESSING FOR EGYPT 🇪🇬 . . Dress for the Desert. One of my best Egypt travel tips is to dress appropriately. It gets HOT in Egypt, especially the further south you go. Peak tourist season in Egypt runs from mid-October to May, during winter and spring. If you visit in the summer (June – September) you’ll be constantly seeking heat relief. We visited in mid-October and while Cairo and the Red Sea were fairly comfortable, once we got to Luxor it was stifling hot until we departed Egypt. It’s important to dress for hot temperatures, while still respecting the fact that you’re in a conservative country. This means white and tan loose clothing. Dresses past the knee, light pants, and shirts and tops that aren’t revealing are ideal. Also don’t forget to bring a hat, sunglasses, and sun protection! Also make sure to bring the right shoe as You’ll be walking around a lot in Egypt. Most people in our groups wore trainers, Cameron wore his @allbirds Tree Runners (best travel shoes ever #notsponsored) which were comfortable and let his feet breath. I, on the other hand, wore my @sanuk Yoga Slings as I find flip flops and sandals very comfortable and stylish in hot places. How do you guys dress in more conservative, yet very hot places?