Bedouin Hostel

4 Elwy St., Cairo, 11750, Egypt | Hostel
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    Travel Blogs from Cairo

    Practical herpes simplex 1 Solutions - An Analysis

    A travel blog entry by yew95morton on May 15, 2014

    ... to other person. Where jock itch does look much like a red rash, by incorporating tiny blisters for the edge, herpes infections appear to be heat blisters which might be filled up with fluid. Getting the herpes simplex virus may be really disturbing and will affect one's sexual and private life. You may suffer shocked and upset, but everyone works her or his made use of on track psychological functioning within 3-6 ...

    The Pyramids of Giza

    A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 11, 2013

    42 photos

    ... we asked about how much one of them were! We bargained for a while then ended up buying the set instead of just one! We continued into the sphinx area, followed by a couple of young girls selling bookmarks, who were very funny. One girl kept telling us she'd give us a special price of only one million dollars, then as we went through to the next section she told Darren "when you come back, you buy from me or I kill you!". I've never heard such a cute death threat before! So ...

    Cairo, Week 1

    A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on Aug 23, 2013

    5 comments, 27 photos

    ... ride and we were home. As we were looking for the last taxi, we could hear the mosque sermons over the loudspeakers. John had said he'd gotten an email from the US embassy (you can sign up for informational emails) that there were planned protests for the afternoon and we all wanted to be home by then.

    So far, everybody I've met has been very Pro-American (Amreekey). Today both taxi drivers said, 'Yeah! Obama' and one 'Finish Morsi!' Of course, we have to be ...

    Part II - Citadel and Old Cairo

    A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 04, 2013

    8 photos

    ... it very peaceful, pillars from the Romans. The doors were closed off in the ancient time when there was an attempted murder of the builder.

    Omar gave us some high-level points of the Islamic Religion:
    In 610 Mohammed was 40 years old and climbed the hill in Mecca and became the messenger of God. After 22 years he managed to form the first central government and religious unification. Islam came to Egypt 10 years after Mohammed's death. The fourth Khalif ...

    To the land of the pharoahs.

    A travel blog entry by muzbec on Mar 21, 2013

    4 photos

    ... completed, by the construction workers. This occurred so much in ancient Egypt that the construction chiefs would blind-fold the workers and put them on donkey’s who commonly remembered the path to the tombs. Problem is, come night-fall, the workers would hunt down the transit donkeys, jump on-board and have them lead them straight to the treasure. Ironically it was a donkey who discovered King Tut’s tomb when it fell down a submerged staircase, right to the ...