no jet lag, no taking off your shoes, no packing …
Panoramas are a great aid to any homeschooling studies related to travel or history. Muslim families especially will enjoy these, from the Sahih Bukhari site.
Young Sprout recognizes the Kaaba and is already asking when we can go, so I’m planning to do some downloading. For the time being I simply downloaded the Cave of Hira (where Angel Jibreel first visited the Prophet SAWS) to make sure it’s working properly.
Technical note: You have to download the Sahih Bukhari panoramas to view them.
A while back on my other blog, I wrote about panophotographies. This post contains a link to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It’s amusing that even in 2009 I was ranting on about people who dress up in red hats and purple dresses to express their individuality just like everyone else!