Egyptian Night Hotel
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... and dozens on docks for the famed boat and fellucca cruises down the Nile. Perhaps the most fun is the restaurants and cafés that dot the corniche and are right on the Nile. We headed to. The grande café on the Nile… Lena had been there once and really liked it and so we thought it'd be good to be low key that night and just chill at the café reading or writing in my case. We stopped a Taxi (preferred and probably safest mode of transportation for visitors in ...
... an ATM, being taken to a Christmas lunch of roast chicken, stuffing, vegetables and chocolate ginger pudding, sleeping it off on the couch, and later in the day walking down to the local coffee shop for a macchiato. Sure beats 12 hours in a transit lounge. A lovely family, and in the final twist to the international saga, as well as the Ethiopian/Norwegian/Dutch/Japanese connection that I mentioned yesterday, the host's neice was flying in tonight - from Melbourne!
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... for last…as you’ll find out later this was a huge mistake. Nevertheless, we reached the top and explored not only the calcium travertines, but also the ancient ruins of a Roman city, Hierapolis, that is situated in behind.
The views from the top were amazing and we were able to capture some stunning pictures, especially when the sun started to set in the distance. We eventually started making our way back to where we had to remove our shoes and head for the ...
... likely to see the same people everywhere you go. Pepito joined us for the show.
The show was an hour long and was OK. The lights and projections were not bad, but I think they need to update the story and the voices. It seemed disconnected and I did not understand what the point of the stories that had been selected.
We returned to the van on good time and did not have to deal with much traffic. We ...
- Trash & poop in streets
- Noise pollution including the incessant honking of horns
- Crazy bus drivers (drivers in general also)
- Overcrowded second class trains
- Being lost and getting run-around
- The ambiguous head wiggle (Still don't have clue what it means.)
- Inevitably loose or broken toilet seats
- hot ...