The perfect dish, injera acts as tablecloth, as eating utensil, and as the main dish.
Trying to find the best tagine in Morocco is like trying to find the best snowflake in Switzerland.
Koshari makes no sense until you eat it.
Once a shabby affair, Cairo's newer Terminals 2 and 3 fall in with international expectations.
EgyptAir, which turns 90 this year, doesn't have the bling of its Gulf rivals, but is a worthy alternative that is often cheaper.
This is the oldest of the two all-inclusive Club Med resorts in Mauritius, but a pre-pandemic refurbishment has given it a fresh, vibrant look.
They might be 4500 years old, but there's change afoot around the Pyramids of Giza.
Further good news comes in the form of two new safari camps.