Bedouin Hostel

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

    A Day in Cairo

    A travel blog entry by shawnbuckle on Apr 27, 2014

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    ... and moving towards the last - Saqqara, Dashur and then the notorious Giza Pyramids & Sphinx. It was interesting moving throughout the city. While Cairo is a big city with almost 8m people, it is not a tall city, but one that is spread out. The majority of the buildings are made from clay bricks with very few windows, making the whole city feel very stuffy and given its in the desert, everything is covered in sand. Traffic is a nightmare with ...

    Walking Like An Egyptian

    A travel blog entry by vmason on Apr 07, 2014

    11 photos

    ... earth. And words can’t describe the feeling of seeing in person all of these iconic monuments and sites that we’ve all read about our whole lives, it was truly something special.

    And just a few of the highlights - 1) shisha, one of the most enjoyable cultural activities. Whether it's by a road side, in front of a temple, or in a cafe, people congregate to share a smoke and pass the hours. Blueberry and apple mint are two of my favorites. 2) Shopping ...

    Egypt Part 1: Cairo, Aswan, and Abu Simbel

    A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Dec 17, 2013

    153 photos

    ... So, I guess pride decided Sudan was out and flying was in. I know my parents will be happy. In addition to the Visa fiasco, on my first day I took a nice walk through Old Cairo, so named because it was founded during Roman times and nowadays consists of the Coptic Christian quarter of Cairo. Due to the sporadic flaring of sectarian violence that has occurred since the revolution, the army has armored vehicles positioned in several areas around the neighborhood, road blocks ...

    Changes of plans

    A travel blog entry by engtravelblog on Oct 25, 2013

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    When I got there I was attacked by three travelers while I was digging in the place of my supposed treasure. And so it was that I could finally know where my destiny would take me. By them I could really know where where my treasure was. I am forced to comment about the pyramids, I could contemplate them and I got emotional. You should visit ...

    Catching up in Cairo

    A travel blog entry by diandpete on Jun 30, 2013


    ... recharge the tablet to keep you all intrigued with our progress. Since the last post we've had a few more days on the Amalfi Coast, two days in Rome and our six days in Egypt. I'll try to catch up soon.

    We're both well and while sad with the fact our Egypt adventure is finished, we're both looking forward to the next part of our journey, the Danube River cruise.

    Di and Pete