Pampered English tourists stumble up the pyramids and float down the Nile to Philae—and sneak in an afternoon snooze—in these whimsical drawings by the turn-of-the-century artist Lance Thackeray. A popular British cartoonist and postcard illustrator, Thackeray toured Egypt in the early 1900s, chronicling, and skewering, his fellow travelers. His watercolor sketches were published in The Light Side of Egypt, Thackeray’s charming 1908 tribute to innocents abroad (see “Beneath the Pyramids,” Past Perfect).