Travel Blogs from Cairo, Egypt

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RAPIDO BAG, Cairo, Egypt travel blog

RAPIDO BAG

A travel blog entry by maltschu

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... way; at night most of the cars don't use head lights. We've done all the typical stuff you'd expect; pyramids, marketplaces, Egypt Museum, etc. For some reason I keep thinking about that Steve Martin King Tut song from the old SNL. You know... ...

Parting Thoughts on Egypt, Cairo, Egypt travel blog

Parting Thoughts on Egypt

A travel blog entry by kally563

... our tour with Imaginative Traveller: I think the tour was one of the best we could have booked for the standard, one week, Egypt experience. It sacrificed absolute luxury for adequacy to lower costs and let us have a lot more fun along the way. The small ...

The Hostel and a day at the Market, Cairo, Egypt travel blog

The Hostel and a day at the Market

A travel blog entry by mrcwoodsman

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... about last nights Belly Dancing show and her plans to take another class in belly dancing somewhere nearby. The unappealing thing about Cairo is that everyone has their hand out. You cant go anywhere with out someone offering to "help" you  but ...

Cairo Hustle and Bustle, Cairo, Egypt travel blog

Cairo Hustle and Bustle

A travel blog entry by tigo2

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Back from the desert and into the big city. I have spent way too much time on the train and now find myself dodging cars instead. A few of the locals have told me the real way you walk like and Egyptian is to put your arms up and pray to the sky that you ...

Cairo, Egypt, Cairo, Egypt travel blog

Cairo, Egypt

A travel blog entry by barrowmw

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... love it here! Aside from the small detail that there is a war raging in the Middle East about a 5 hour car ride from here, Cairo is wonderful. The people are so helpful and curious. They say that they like Americans, and they separate tourists from the ...

Caire et Giza, tout un baptême !, Cairo, Egypt travel blog

Caire et Giza, tout un baptême !

A travel blog entry by luclegrandexplo

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... élément clé pour se transporter) pour se diriger dans le quartier du vieux Caire avec l’enclave du « Coptic Cairo » qui comprends plusieurs églises et cimetières. Par la suite, nous nous sommes allés dans le quartier Islamique pour ...

Day 20 Cairo, Cairo, Egypt travel blog

Day 20 Cairo

A travel blog entry by penguinx

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So nice not to have to get up early to get on a bus, train or plane.. Woke up leisurely at a 5 star hotel , the Conrad Cairo Egypt , how cool is that... Made coffee then sat by the window watch over the Nile while we watch Fox news .. yes English ...

So long Europe, Cairo, Egypt travel blog

So long Europe

A travel blog entry by jmckerricher

... my way to the front of the line and after a painless pass through customs was on the road. Oh, it feels good to be back in Egypt. The familiar smells, the constant honking, the food. "Are you hungry?" I ask my taxi driver "No, not really, are you?" "Yeah, ...

Cairo - Day 4, Cairo, Egypt travel blog

Cairo - Day 4

A travel blog entry by bna

... time with a guide. Told us a number of facts (writing this a number of days on so sorry if any are repeated!) 72m people live in Egypt. Its the biggest city in Africa Live on 7% of land - around the Nile, rest is desert. East of Nile is Cairo, West is ...

Egypt: What you talking about Fuul?, Cairo, Egypt travel blog

Egypt: What you talking about Fuul?

A travel blog entry by jmckerricher

... 7000 years of food evolution. The Persians, Arabs, Ottomans, and Greeks all had their influences historically. More recently Egypt has taken from the Middle East and Mediterranean Europe. Despite all these influences modern Egyptian cuisine maintains its ...

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