Bedouin Hostel

Address: 4 Elwy St., Cairo, 11750, Egypt | Hostel
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      A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Sep 03, 2014

      ... so we could get out and see one of the temples before the midday heat. We left the boat at 6am and got the horse drawn carriages out to the Edfu Temple. Again Ahmed showed us around and explained the temple scenes and gave us some free time before we headed back to the boat on the horse drawn carriages. These horses weren't in the best condition and the horse owners have a bit of a bad reputation with all the tour companies because of what they did after the Revolution happened. ...

      Crossing the Sea

      A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Aug 20, 2014

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      ... the world. Not that I was feeling completely healed, but I was getting there. It was coming. I had a driver pick me to take me to my hotel. As we drove he explained a couple of things with Cairo, which were so amazing. I had no idea the city was as big as it was, and it is so rich in history. I checked into my hotel, and there are very few things that don't surprise me anymore. However my room was on the 16th ...


      A travel blog entry by jennifersarah on May 06, 2014

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      ... Tut Ankh Amun which wasn't the biggest or most glamorous of tombs but it was found fully in tact and unraided by thieves. His mummy was kept inside for viewing and we later saw all his riches at the Egyptian museum in Cairo. Now that is an impressive museum! We had a 3 hour guided tour and we barely skimmed the surface of all that was inside. Other mummies we saw were the golden mummies that were a little unique and then many at the Egyptian museum. I had to laugh at the one ...

      Weddings and the crash

      A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Sep 16, 2013

      ... my British standards of the lad Fist Pump) throwing their groom into the air, and someone without fail raising great woops and laughs by tying a scarf or tie around their waist and assuming the imitated movements of a belly dancer. But like curdled cake mixture, the sexes surely separate and the girls will form a limp circle in the shadow of their overpowering counterpart, some allowing themselves to move freely with the music for a while –with effortlessly ...

      Just like Canada Dry

      A travel blog entry by kendrasworld on Jun 19, 2013

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... of these heaps were slowly smoldering with no appearance of anyone watching. It's amazing how something that these people know they depend on to survive could be so polluted and mistreated. The area all around Saqqara has things to look at. We first went to a museum and saw a mummy and some other old artifacts. Then we drove up and went in some tombs which were fascinating. They were the only place where we saw hieroglyphics and ...