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We're in Giza still. We just decided to stay in Giza for a couple more days. We thought that we could go see the pyramids again. We also had to get gas for the jeep we were renting.
(This Egyptian money confuses me a bit). We got the gas and we headed to the pyramids. We stayed for a few hours and went back to our hotel.
... like a ghost town. Just about as appealing as the shacks that were built along the road.
Now we were crossing the Nile, from Cairo into Giza. A car containing a family zoomed past, with the two kids happily bouncing around facing backwards on the back seat. We left the ring road and all of a sudden the city came alive! We passed phone shops, convenience stores, auto repair shops and cafes, where men were hanging out smoking their pipes. Little boys were still ...
After a typically fantastic Mena House breakfast, the Nine Sunflowers accompany Hala, our driver and the ever present guard, to downtown Cairo and the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities. Unfortunately, pictures are not allowed in the Museum.
The contents of the Museum date from Prehistoric Egypt through the end of the Roman era. The exhibits are arranged in chronological order on two floors. The treasures of ...
... out of the garage, my spirits felt a little lower than they had the morning.
Feeling incredible grateful that I was in a place with kind people to help me I decided to give it a few more days for my bag to show up. My biggest fear was that I'd have to leave before my bag arrived and I'd never get it then because I wasn't coming back to Cairo. Without the help of the Mostafas I'd have next to no chance of ever getting my bag back. It was hard enough ...