Akram Inn

5 Tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the وسط البلد area of Cairo, is near Mastaba of Kagemni, Mosque-Madrassa of al Ghouri, Qa'a of Muhhib Al-Din (Uthman Kathkhuda), and Palace of Emir Bishtak.
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    Travel Blogs from Cairo

    Walk like an Egyptian

    A travel blog entry by aimeejane on Oct 08, 2014

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    ... in. The people of this country are really nice and I am excited for the rest of the year. So far I have gone to the pyramids, scuba dive Red Sea in hurghada amazing I saw dolphins it was breathtaking I've had a weekend in Sokhna a beach town an hour and a bit away from Cairo. Teaching is really exhausting I never knew how draining it can be the kids are great sweet and nice but they do love to talk a lot in this culture and are a bit lazy. I'm ...

    “THE EGYPTIAN MUSEUM – ancient, middle

    A travel blog entry by munag on May 08, 2014

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    ... Amun-re. Now I have to find out more about him! And of course the boy king tut and his burial chamber. Everything else was just a blur of gods, kings and important people who died a long time ago but whose faces all look the same to me. After a two hour leisurely walk of the museum, a bathroom break that cost me 10 Egyptian pounds and two requests to “make a picture” with men, we left the museum. We were both tired today. Perhaps because of the late ...

    "Bye Bye, Pyramids!"

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Sep 29, 2013

    8 photos

    ... that I was there in the morning I hardly saw a soul, other than the people trying to make a buck or two. Tourism is really suffering hard in Egypt at the moment. Despite what happened earlier this summer I didn't feel unsafe for a minute the entire time I was in Cairo. Yes, that was easy to say when I went for a swim at the hotel pool afterwards, but even on the drive back in the daylight I didn't see anything worrying or disturbing.   I did see a lot ...

    05/05/13 - Day 47 - Egypt 2 - Museum and Pyramids

    A travel blog entry by adamis on May 05, 2013

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... during the day, when it was most needed. It wasn't all doom and gloom though, Laila and Isabel managed to make friends with some locals again, and even ended up babysitting their kids for part of the journey!

    Oh, and I forgot to mention yesterday: that flight broke the longest streak of no-flying I've had in as long as I can remember! It's been over 12 months since I was last on a plane, when I flew from Istanbul to London after ANZAC day last year.


    Cairo... what can I say?

    A travel blog entry by reeve_travels on Mar 26, 2013

    3 photos

    ... cost around $85 000. A high income worker will get around $65 000 a year. No social security, high unemployment and tourists too scared to come. The government has done nothing since taking over last year. The rubbish was cleared from the streets regularly, but now it clogs the streets and waterways.
    The country is struggling without tourists and I suspect it will get worse before it gets ...