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... from food prep to building. Egypt has these things as well but with such a large population controlling them and enforcement go out the door. I am not in anyway putting down Cairo or Egypt just trying to show a true vision of what it is like compared to here. So more on that later.
We arrive at our beautiful hotel Le Meridien pyramids Hotel , Fady got us all settled in and we went over the itinerary adding a ...
... goes to Egypt without seeing
the famous tomb of Tut Ankh Amun. His mummy is there as well as one of his gold sarcophagus and golden death masks. Even though it was a small tomb, it is not to be missed. The Viking provided ticket allowed for entry to three other tombs Some were very large with beautiful walls and others very accessible and well decorated.. All the ones we chose to view were incredible. Next was Queen Hatshepsut's ...
... and the water so dirty. Yet the land is lush green on the banks with palm trees and vegetation. Fields of crops grow in the searing sun. I see small row boats on the river, fishermen trying to feed their families. I cannot handle the thought of eating anything out of this river! Woman collecting water in jugs, children playing in its' water. They have lived like this forever. Cairo is a city that thrives on chaos. It is exciting and never ...
... our cruise tour would be reversed. Finally he told us about driving through the desert to get to a cool place but the fact that we would need an armed escort there... Increase sense of doom.
We were soon out and about driving crazily on the streets of Cairo heading towards the Cairo museum, which is right behind the central square of Egypt where all the troubles were centred. There were tanks parked all over and men walking around with weapons, plus ...
... Square and took some photos of the graffiti from the time of the revolution. We then crossed the square to the Emeco Office.
We were graciously welcomed by everyone and had a nice conversation with the Vice President of Leisure and the President who had just returned from Toronto and had met with some of the Goway staff. We were treated to a great Egyptian lunch with ?. Then he was also kind enough to drive us back ...