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Falling Off a Pyramid, Welcome to Epic Traveling in Egypt

It isn’t everyday you can climb the Pyramids, let alone fall from one.

FunForLouis is one of the best travel blogs out there, if you haven’t seen it there’s about a million (maybe I’m exaggerating a bit) adventures that he goes on all across the world.

I wanted to share this one primarily because I have always wanted to go to Egypt, and the Pyramids are definitely on my bucket list.

How do you get to the pyramids? On a cell of course! (Screenshot/YouTube)

How do you get to the Pyramids? On a cell of course! (Screenshot/YouTube)

Egypt is a stunning place to adventure. In fact, The Egyptian Tourism Authority tells visitors: “Venture deep into the desert; safaris to Western Desert oases, the stunning Great Sand Sea desert and the Sinai desert are engrossing adventures.”

Getting inside a mummy tomb is definitely not recommended by tour guides, but it does make for a cool travel vlog .(Screenshot/YouTube)

Getting inside a mummy tomb is definitely not recommended by tour guides, but it does make for a cool travel vlog. (Screenshot/YouTube)

Pictures and camera use are kind of frowned on within the Pyramid, but Louis had his friend sneak hers in which gives us a really cool perspective on how narrow the hallways are within these giant structures.

Narrow hallways don't allow for much light but make really cool point of view shots! (Screenshot/YouTube)

Narrow hallways don’t allow for much light, but make really cool point of view shots! (Screenshot/YouTube)

Protip for climbing any of the Pyramids: First of all don’t, because that’s illegal and it turns out kind of dangerous.

Check out what happened when Louis tried to climb a Pyramid. He fell! Or did he?

Guess you will just have to watch the video to find out.

Woah! Watch out for that loose rock, you just may fall. That's likely why they tell people not to climb these things. (Screenshot/YouTube)

Woah! Watch out for that loose rock, you may just fall. That’s likely why they tell people not to climb these things. (Screenshot/YouTube)

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